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Re: Get the contours & change the color! (archive)

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Posted by Silber///M3 on March 12, 1999 at 13:06:10:

In Reply to: Get the contours & change the color! posted by ScottSt on March 12, 1999 at 01:00:46:

I was jogging the other day and saw 4 different silver m3's around the vicinity within a time span of 30 min. Mine is silver too...how common!

: My Silver/Black coupe w/Forged was built on 2/23. Hopefully it will be delivered in early April. I'm hearing of way too many silver cars being built lately, so please go w/a different wheel & color combination entirely while you're at it :)
: Just kidding, of course. I went w/forged simply because I wanted to option my car in a sporting manner: forged alloys & no roof. How's that for bizarre?

: Scott Stiles
: '99 M3 Coupe, silver/black, forged, hk, cruise, trip.
: '98 A4 30v qm/sport (silver/black too. gawd I'm predictable.)

: : I am about to order a new M3 Coupe, I've decided on Titanium Silver with a black interior. I'm having trouble choosing the wheels though. The M Contours look nice, but so do M Double Spoke Polished (wheels from the M3 Lightweight). What do you guys think? Are there any advantages getting either wheel? Aesthetically which do you think would look better on a Silver M3. Thanks in advance.

: : Andrew





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