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No hot chick pictures taken for me.....I had my daughter for spring break so I went home for the week and got to play with my old e30 that my brother drives on the weekends for fun. Took some pictures:

Teaching my daughter how to properly drive like a woman bmw driver, by wearing big sunglasses, on the phone, and eating.......while driving

Her saying daddy "e36 m3 sedans suck"!

Just letting her fiddle with stuff

I wear a size 13 shoe, the orange and black shoes are size 18!!!

"I'm two years old damnit and I want whatever you won't let me have!"

The baller ass RR we saw in Downtown Phoenix on the way to the Children's Museum.

The cool drum set they had at the museum....I tried to steal the tools btw.

What I supervised with my brothers doing

Yes I hate the headlights but hey my brother bought them and is doing the work on the car, so I gotta pick my battles.

My brother cleaned the cars ass off.

My daughter supervising

"Going to stomp some mud in these seat covers daddy"

Us being weird, she now lives in NY and I live in AZ it was 85 degree's the whole week, the kid was in shock.

Feeding the "baby" Giraffe....Regardless of your age, this is pretty cool to do.

In the noodle room at the museum, awesome idea for a haunted house or a house party.

Needs mo' powa! Pretty cool engine toy for the kids to play with, I played with it for a good 10 minutes, haha.

Hopefully I will get to post pictures of the final tuck of the front and rear diving board bumpers. The e30 is pretty basic set of mods done, upgraded rotor's, egay headlights, rear strut bar, m3 rear springs (fronts not installed right now), e36 m3 power steering rack, terrible fitting custom exhaust, and of course the bottle caps.

All in all a pretty good spring break got to spend time with the kid and family at the park, zoo, and museum. Did the rear shock mounts on the e36 m3 and yelled at my workers/helped break stuff on the e30. All while it was 85 degrees the whole week, can't complain!

What's everyone else's plans or do?
 

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I've been training to be a lifeguard for most of my break. I've also been fixing all the little things on my car like re-gluing the door cards etc. I also installed a really cool iPod dock in the dash, I made a nice DIY for it that I'll upload later.:supdude:
The weather has been anything but consistent here in Oregon. it got up to 71ºF and then the next day it snowed and actually stuck!
 

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I've been training to be a lifeguard for most of my break. I've also been fixing all the little things on my car like re-gluing the door cards etc. I also installed a really cool iPod dock in the dash, I made a nice DIY for it that I'll upload later.:supdude:
The weather has been anything but consistent here in Oregon. it got up to 71ºF and then the next day it snowed and actually stuck!
Sweet, I used to be a wsi and lifeguard II. I may be an assistant coach for a swim team if my interview goes well tomorrow.
 

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Sweet.

E30E, dope pics dude. I sometimes wish i had a project Dirty30 so much. As for my SB, i went to San Luis Mexico and visited two Spanish Colonial Estates (Haciendas), i was able to hold and read a 1908 dated magazine from Spain- Eff that, TWO of them. I saw some 1800's era prints and also touched a letter addressed from President Santa Anna to the Muriel Family-owners of one of these estates. Very dope. :bigpimp: Not Many Bimmers in the city however and i fear that bringin a nice E36 in the country may mark you for extortion. Sucks. Capitalist **** Block!!!!! No likey.:) :mad::mad::thumbdwn:
 
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