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Old 07-01-2009, 11:33 AM
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OT - Matte Black M3

I'm not a huge fan of matte black unless it's on a yukon and Big Black is riding aound with me but this M3 looks pretty sick


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Wow! That works very well on the m3, the same color looks ugly on the 7, but on the m3 it is bada*s!
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:44 AM
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Wow! That works very well on the m3, the same color looks ugly on the 7, but on the m3 it is bada*s!
I'm with you 730d
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:46 AM
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it looks too good to be real but it probably looks hella badass in person. that site, l4p is crazy, people have wayyy to much money..
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:51 AM
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and a Matte Black RR Phantom MY GOD THATS NASTY and look how FILTHY dirty the wheels are, its a crying shame

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something else i found on that website

http://carpix.fliggo.com/video/IrsHAPCd

its the Phantom DropHead Coupe doing donuts, those poeple have way too much money
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I hate it on the Phantom but do dig it on the M3 (Dig you see the mouth on the M3...HUGE!)
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that m3 is sick, that color goes well with that body style
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+1 it looks good on M3 but not on that 7er we have in the other thread.

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Wow! That works very well on the m3, the same color looks ugly on the 7, but on the m3 it is bada*s!
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I think matte black is ugly on all cars.. but it looks okay on some cars. Good thing BMW owns Rolls Royce.
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is that the stock front end on the M3?? looks so much bigger then the ones i see rolling around town
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I think that is a repost. Also, please post model related topics in their proper sections.
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