Show Me Your BMW!!!!!!!!!

Show Me Your BMW!!!!!!!!!

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Amirhussain

11,107 posts

111 months

Monday 18th November
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MRGDC said:
This is mine, only three weeks old.

BMW 330CI M Sport Convertible. (14 years of BMW Service History)

Great car, gave not much money and coming from a 60hp Skoda... It's like going from a 330ci M-Sport to effectively a Ferrari 488 in terms of speed!

Very nice. Have about a million E46 330ci convertibles adverts saved as I’m looking to buy one next year.

2 GKC

540 posts

53 months

Monday 18th November
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Nice. Lot of brake dust on those alloys though...

95JO

1,403 posts

34 months

Tuesday 19th November
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Brisk one this morning, hopefully the last photo of the car with the standard exhaust/diffuser too hehe



Edited by 95JO on Tuesday 19th November 09:39

monthefish

19,411 posts

179 months

Tuesday 19th November
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Wills2 said:
My 7er barge, not the prettiest but a great motorway car.



[url]|https://thumbsnap.com/T5wQeOKN[/u
Christ that looks comfy cloud9

Do you not get envious of your passengers?

monthefish

19,411 posts

179 months

Tuesday 19th November
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NEC3 said:


Took me a while to pick a colour but finally went for San Marino Blue with individual Opal White Merino leather, ultimate pack and Carbon fibre kit.
You chose correctly. clap

MRGDC

21 posts

40 months

Tuesday 19th November
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Amirhussain said:
Very nice. Have about a million E46 330ci convertibles adverts saved as I’m looking to buy one next year.
I love it but at some point it's had the 318D SE wheels put on and the original MV2s removed frown So I'm on the look out for those and a silver grille.

As it's becoming a modern classic of sorts I want to preserve the originality of it, so it still has the original BMW Business CD Player but just a bluetooth module in the back to keep that OEM look.

Pereldh

192 posts

60 months

Tuesday 19th November
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My 2006 Z4M:

|https://thumbsnap.com/6VVP7I0h[/url]


...and now it's winter - my 2010 118D:

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NEC3

47 posts

19 months

Wednesday 20th November
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monthefish said:
NEC3 said:


Took me a while to pick a colour but finally went for San Marino Blue with individual Opal White Merino leather, ultimate pack and Carbon fibre kit.
You chose correctly. clap
beer

ianbee

10 posts

85 months

Wednesday 20th November
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Just in case no one has noticed that my 2016 435i Cabriolet is a four series! I special ordered it in 2015. Now at four yrs it only has only 21K kms. Better than any of my pervious Mercs including a 500 SL.

MikeM6

2,723 posts

50 months

Sunday 24th November
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Just picked up my new toy to replace the 335i. Sad to see that one go, but this beauty made up for it!



Monaco Blue with Silverstone interior.

Wills2

16,251 posts

123 months

Sunday 24th November
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monthefish said:
Christ that looks comfy cloud9

Do you not get envious of your passengers?
Very, it has 4 comfort seats so everyone has the same, plus massage in the front.

Pioneer

900 posts

79 months

Sunday 24th November
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monthefish said:
Wills2 said:
My 7er barge, not the prettiest but a great motorway car.



[url]|https://thumbsnap.com/T5wQeOKN[/u
Christ that looks comfy cloud9

Do you not get envious of your passengers?
Wills2, is that the 760? Very nice. Back of these are SO comfy! Mine is wasted as hardly anyone ever sits in the back. Kids very occasionally and the outlaws every now and then. I sat in it one night last week, just out on the drive. Reclined the seats, adjusted the pillow, blinds up, heat, scent & massage on and watched Dark Knight on blu-ray. Away from the kids and peaceful. I'd only gone out to see if I could figure out one of the controls on the tablet!


Wills2

16,251 posts

123 months

Sunday 24th November
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Pioneer said:
Wills2, is that the 760? Very nice. Back of these are SO comfy! Mine is wasted as hardly anyone ever sits in the back. Kids very occasionally and the outlaws every now and then. I sat in it one night last week, just out on the drive. Reclined the seats, adjusted the pillow, blinds up, heat, scent & massage on and watched Dark Knight on blu-ray. Away from the kids and peaceful. I'd only gone out to see if I could figure out one of the controls on the tablet!

I wish! No it's just a 740d xdrive, not as well equipped as your though I don't have the tablet or the screens in mine, but like you no one hardly sits in the back but it is lovely back there.



NEC3

47 posts

19 months

Monday 25th November
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Pioneer said:
monthefish said:
Wills2 said:
My 7er barge, not the prettiest but a great motorway car.



[url]|https://thumbsnap.com/T5wQeOKN[/u
Christ that looks comfy cloud9

Do you not get envious of your passengers?
Wills2, is that the 760? Very nice. Back of these are SO comfy! Mine is wasted as hardly anyone ever sits in the back. Kids very occasionally and the outlaws every now and then. I sat in it one night last week, just out on the drive. Reclined the seats, adjusted the pillow, blinds up, heat, scent & massage on and watched Dark Knight on blu-ray. Away from the kids and peaceful. I'd only gone out to see if I could figure out one of the controls on the tablet!

You could get Uber Eats to deliver to you while your on the driveway watching your TV's.. laugh

Pioneer

900 posts

79 months

Monday 25th November
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The wife did bring me out a coffee. I'll tell her to up her game

Drogo

433 posts

165 months

Tuesday 26th November
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328i New to me and love it.

328i Touring by Dave King, on Flickr

Petrolsniffed

1,184 posts

13 months

Tuesday 26th November
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Drogo said:
328i New to me and love it.

328i Touring by Dave King, on Flickr
very classic looking, love the colour and big fan of them alloys, though bh to clean

stevethegreek

363 posts

141 months

Wednesday 27th November
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Munzy123 said:
2011 530D F11 104K

Had it 3 months now.

Jobs done DIY:

Mechanical: oil, filters, glow plug control unit, diff oil, boots & bump stops for all four shocks (fronts done at garage), Hunter alignment

Interior: leather cleaned and bolster repainted, parking brake switch replaced, cabin filters, installed tweeters + Focal front speakers, fixed soft open on glovebox

Bodywork: clayed, compounded, polished and three coats of wax.

To do: wheel refurb, rear pads and discs, clean inlet manifold

Such a smooth and comfortable big car smile
Edited by Munzy123 on Sunday 17th November 05:18
Munzy, can I ask what you used for the leather clean/bolster work please? Same interior as mine and I need to do some work on it...thanks.


Matt97

519 posts

76 months

Friday 6th December
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We took this e38 735 on a tour around Europe a few years back. This photo was taken in the south of France.


Munzy123

6 posts

28 months

Saturday 7th December
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stevethegreek said:
Munzy, can I ask what you used for the leather clean/bolster work please? Same interior as mine and I need to do some work on it...thanks.
Hi Steve,

Sorry for the slow reply.

I used this:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/272958739626?ul_noapp=t...

Great for £6 although now a few weeks in and the bolster is showing slight cracks, however still a vast improvement on before.

I reckon a sealant or 'clearcoat' would help longevity and I think long term that's how I'll go.

See post 47 here for my pics:

https://f10.5post.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2545...