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    Best of the "cut & slice" designs, so far

    Here's the link.

    IMHO, of course . I really haven't been a fan of BMW's new styling direction, but I think this is a definate improvement.
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    BMW?

    Looks like a 1960's British offering.
    Rootf00 wants one!

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    Re: BMW?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fatal Error
    Looks like a 1960's British offering.
    Rootf00 wants one!
    Heh... Mark'll get one before I will :roll: .
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    I used to think that BMW's were only for the rich. But then I a buddy of mine said something to me that changed my mind. He told me that there were BMW"s before there were yuppies.

    I drove a BMW and I was impressed. They are worth the money. Yes, they are expensive, but well worth it. Maybe someday I will enough money for one. Until then, its just me and my Chevy Cavalier.
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    Mark cashes in his IRA


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