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Old 11-05-2012, 05:44 PM
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Mein Auto: E24x2,E36x1,E30x1, F150
They'd have a fit if they saw my yard. 4 BMWs in various stages of restoration, one dead Chevy Blazer and a '92 Chevy Lumina Euro (for sale! cheap!), plus another BMW and a '71 Firebird in the garage.

I believe California has most of the rest of the world "out-nannied". They're never satisfied until they've got their fingers in everybody's pie.

Mojave19, how about an update? Any luck getting your E30 running?
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