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Is your name really (e) ? (archive)

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Posted by Ouiiiin!!!!!! on June 16, 2000 at 15:37:36:

In Reply to: well then don't post an M3 conv. for sale. posted by if you don't have one. (e) on June 15, 2000 at 17:04:13:

: : What the @#(%[email protected](&%@(R# is wrong with you guys??? What are you trying to prove?! HOW the @#*(%? did you determine that I was trying to pose as an M3. This car has no M3 badges except on the calipers and cluster?!!!!!!! Give it a @#%#[email protected] rest!!!!!!! How can someone read my entire posting with all details and feel the need to write this kind of nonsense! We should do a survey of hamy many clinically idiots are lurking on this forum...

: : Give it a rest!!!!!!!

: : : I've done the 3.2 conversion on my 325 as well as most of those other mods (save for the diff and the bodywork) and the only ///M logos you'll find on my car are on the front calipers and floating rotors (guess what car those came from.) Those are there simply because I can't remove them. I even removed the //M logo from the m3 instrument cluster I put in so my asc light would still work.

: : : Unless your VIN says so, no matter how many parts you replace, it's not an M.

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