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

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

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cerb4.5lee

18,800 posts

145 months

Monday 5th April
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Amirhussain said:
cerb4.5lee said:
Great to be back in a BMW(F82 M4). Number 8 for me(sadly they still don't know how to make a nice interior/but they do drive very nicely though for sure). smile



Great car, love the colour.
Thank you. beer

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JamesRF

741 posts

63 months

Monday 5th April
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cerb4.5lee said:
JamesRF said:
Few snaps of my Tanzanite Blue 440i out in the sun yesterday....





Very nice! cool

I love Tanzanite Blue. thumbup
Cheers bud, not a patch on your M4 though wink

graham22

3,139 posts

170 months

Tuesday 6th April
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HM-2 said:
graham22 said:
My first petrol BMW. After a E46 320d and two E90 330d.

One owner M240i with all the options I wanted.

Coral interior, definitely lifts an otherwise slightly austere cabin wink
TBH looking at the dealer photos it looked very red and was putting me off, went to view it to 'eliminate' it but looked better in the flesh and nothing else around at the time (140 or 240) had the same spec.

Here's my other BMW.


AMC243

41 posts

1 month

Friday 9th April
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My first BMW, and my second car. It's a 320d that was formerly owned by a London-based doctor who got rid of it for obvious reasons, and in his eleven years of ownership he only did 35k miles on it. I like it a lot, even though it conspires to empty my wallet at every turn.

Gramski

14 posts

1 month

Sunday 11th April
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Got myself a Z4 recently (midlife crisis) and love it !

d_a_n1979

2,837 posts

37 months

Sunday 11th April
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Gramski said:
Got myself a Z4 recently (midlife crisis) and love it !
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Never owned a Z4, can't fit in them laugh But those wheels are stunning cool

AMC243

41 posts

1 month

Tuesday 13th April
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Gramski said:
Got myself a Z4 recently (midlife crisis) and love it !
Always liked the Z4. Made a lasting impression on me as a young child, much like the E46 M3.

Ranger 6

6,339 posts

214 months

Thursday 15th April
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RichardM5 said:
nomis36 said:
RichardM5 said:
Was that taken on the Isle of Mull?
As was this.

That's the entrance to the grave yard near Dervaig isn't it?

1st picture is the little car park near the Eas Fors Waterfall.
It's been a while since I've called in on this thread - dragging this post up from last year.

Here's my old one on Mull - It'll be good to get back again later this year


Edited by Ranger 6 on Tuesday 20th April 14:53

1602Mark

14,659 posts

138 months

Friday 16th April
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cerb4.5lee said:
Amirhussain said:
cerb4.5lee said:
Great to be back in a BMW(F82 M4). Number 8 for me(sadly they still don't know how to make a nice interior/but they do drive very nicely though for sure). smile



Great car, love the colour.
Thank you. beer

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Gorgeous colour that.

Armchair_Expert

15,825 posts

171 months

Saturday 17th April
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Big, big day next week when I go to BM Autosport in Sussex and have my 19 inch Veemans + new tyres all round fitted. Really hoping this will be the final nail in aesthetics - and intrigued to drive the car on matching non RF's for the first time. A 4 wheel alignment will follow within 100 miles of the new wheels and tyres.

Car is exactly where I want it to be ...









drdino

933 posts

107 months

Sunday 18th April
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rlg43p

952 posts

214 months

Sunday 18th April
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Armchair_Expert said:
Car is exactly where I want it to be ...
Nice car. Disapprove of the deliberately mis-spaced number plate though. nono

Justin S

3,570 posts

226 months

Sunday 18th April
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Since April 1st , when it went back on the road from being SORN since November, have now managed more mileage than the whole of last year. Wasn't a major thing to overcome , but enjoying being out again in the car.

georgiansoccer

10 posts

142 months

Monday 19th April
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New m340i just got it last week smile






Kessler

141 posts

177 months

Tuesday 20th April
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RoverP6B

4,245 posts

93 months

Tuesday 20th April
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Posted this car before, I think. E66 760Li LCI (2005/55), bought nearly two years ago at just shy of 260,000 miles (of which 201k were done prior to its first MoT at three years old!). Currently laid up owing to lack of need for it, and the fact that when it was last in use in 2020, the intermittent misfire on one cylinder had become a persistent one on all twelve. Now it has drained its battery and I can't even get into it to charge it. Any ideas?

Ranger 6

6,339 posts

214 months

Tuesday 20th April
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nomis36 said:
......and another one dragged up from last year

Not a BMW, but I borrowed a demo car from work - taken across the road from your shot


Mr Ben

232 posts

142 months

Tuesday 20th April
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My new to me 630i

After many 6cyl BMW's in the past, and after 6 months of only my trusty Touareg to fulfil my ICE needs, it's great to have something purely for fun again.

My first N52 and enjoying it immensely biggrin

E63eeeeee...

463 posts

14 months

Tuesday 20th April
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RoverP6B said:


Posted this car before, I think. E66 760Li LCI (2005/55), bought nearly two years ago at just shy of 260,000 miles (of which 201k were done prior to its first MoT at three years old!). Currently laid up owing to lack of need for it, and the fact that when it was last in use in 2020, the intermittent misfire on one cylinder had become a persistent one on all twelve. Now it has drained its battery and I can't even get into it to charge it. Any ideas?
Do you not have a physical key hidden in your remote key? Usually you push a button and you can remove the metal key so that you can open stuff with a dead battery.

Armchair_Expert

15,825 posts

171 months

Tuesday 20th April
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Got some new tyres, and wheels. After 1 year making the most out of the rubbish that came with the car when I bought it.

Veeman 19 inch, Goodyear F1's. A wonderful day, and well worth the hassle.










Edited by Armchair_Expert on Thursday 22 April 08:21