Bella: My current e46:
This is Autumn, my previous e46 the day after I picked her up:
This is Autumn a few days before I sold her:
The word "there" can appear as a pronoun, as in “over there".
"Their" is a possessive pronoun. In a phrase like “Susan and Bill's car,” it could be used to to make a new phrase: “their car.”
”They're” is a contraction of “they are.”
“They are” should always be able to replace “they're.”
Extra credit: It's "I'm looking for an M3" not "I'm looking for a M3".