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Posted by RN on September 16, 2000 at 16:26:31:

In Reply to: I am supprise that.......more posted by RN on September 16, 2000 at 16:23:27:

I didn't know you are only 17, just was your post couple lines down. You are a successful 17.
Again nothing suppose to wrong by doing that to your car.


that an M3 enthusiast would ask this question.... kidding. Nothing suppose to be wrong, especially you couldn't find anything weird after you are suspicious. Nothing wrong with him too, as a friend, but if he's nice he would ask you first. Don't worry too much.


Hey anyone here get burned by letting a friend drive their M3?
I MIGHT HAVE..
My friend and me, are headed to get some lunch, and he asks if he could drive. Normally, I'd say no, but he's like a father to me and was a highway patrolman for years, so I figured he'd take it easy, right? Well, he did, up until he decided to hit 60 mph in a parking lot and hit the handbrake... the wheels locked for a second. Could this have caused any damage? I checked the tires and didn't find any flat spots. Basically, I want to know what if any harm could this have done? Thanks.






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