In Reply to: Re: then whose is it? posted by Paul on September 15, 2000 at 06:00:42:
Darn, if I knew that I would of not had them fitted and saved that little extra weight 8-). They do look better without them, clear ones look alright though but I would hate the yellow ones on a black m3.
Nah, it can`t be a brit car. It would HAVE to have the side blinkers behind the front wheel like you said in a previous message.
A German car maybe......
DOnt come to the UK. We dont have any fuel - e he he. One of my local petrol stations must of had a delivery last night or this morning because I couldn`t even get close to it due to MASSIVE traffic jams. I only wanted to drive past it to get onto a fast road 8-(. Hopefully by 2002 it will be over 8-).
I`m about 40 miles West of London, but could very well be working there soon though.
Blimey you must probably be young if you are still studying, how the heck can you afford an M3 - he he hehe.
Mines black anyway(see below).
If u mean Darren I, I think he has a black M3 too because I saw it at a track event recently.
Where are the side blinkers? I thought all european car had side repeaters behind the front wheel.
I know it's one of you british guys! I remember those wheels standing out, only get them in europe or something. by the way, I'm probably going to study in London next spring (2002) can't wait to see england and Europe, especially Munich
Although you are supposed to have the side repeaters in the UK mine doesn't the mot stations don't usually pay much attention to it and pass the car anyway, I've seen quite a few other M3's without them and someone even told me about a policeman they know whos got an M3 that hasn't got them so I guess most people aren't bothered, I prefer the look without them as well so I won't be fitting them until I have to.
The white M3 belongs to Dave Bryan you can see more of the car at his web site just follow the link below.
89 cecotto(with no side repeaters)