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KevinR
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New to me 1988 M6

Post by KevinR » Fri Jan 26, 2018 1:52 am

Picked this up last week. Should be a fun project. I know, the wheels are hideous.... I’m looking for some BBS Style 5’s. I do have the original TRX wheels too.

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Re: New to me 1988 M6

Post by jps635 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 7:03 am

Welcome, nice car.

I'm always fascinated by and envious of the open style residential neighbourhood shots in the US. I may have the wrong impression but the impression the general trend is no fences. Here everyone tends to build 6 foot high fences around their properties and 98% look absolutely hideous.

We have a holiday house where we're trying to maintain a similar look, at least on 3 boundaries.
'85 635csi JPS (RA2-66)

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Re: New to me 1988 M6

Post by brickwhite » Fri May 04, 2018 2:50 pm

Where are you in IL
- 85 M635csi
- 92 325ic
- 63 Triumph Tr-4

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Re: New to me 1988 M6

Post by sansouci » Thu May 10, 2018 1:43 am

We love those wide open spaces. It's more like lawn envy across neighborhoods, interrupted by rolling automotive art.
--Ken
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84 E24 633Csi Auto, Bronzit/PearlBeige 6997510
93 E32 740il M60 Auto, Alpenweis/Ultramarine
60 535i M30 5-speed Green/Beige (crushed)
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