How about <$1000 a month for 72 months for a NEW 2010 650i. 4 year free maintanance. With 20-25k off MFSR and BMW 0.9% financing, it is a hack of deal for a new 650i. :thumbup:Yeah thats where I'm at too, but I just can't mentally spend more than 40k. But yes totally agreed that for 40,000 or even 50,000 I can't think of a car I would rather have, and I have looked at a lot of cars!!
Okay its finally decided, it is more than I wanted to spend but only by a bit, and I think I'm still getting a good deal 2007 650i 34k miles, CPO, Triple Black, M6 Wheels, , H&R Springs, H&R Spacers, Black grill LED lights, . And NIB OEM ellipsoids, original springs, original chrome. grill. Just had a break service and has great records from Fields BMW, our local dealer in Orlando. He was asking 44,000. Im getting it for $42,000. So I will have some oem wheels, and springs for sale. I already am working on a deal on the wheels though.
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I just did mine last week. Takes about 10 minutes the first time you try it. You use the hook from a bungee cord to pull on the tabs to unclip the grill without needing to remove the bumper.he just said it was a black mantle grill, he also has the original chrome, I feel like I might like the chrome better, how easy is it to change? Is it something you could change weekly if you wanted too. lol.
so 10 minutes the first time… that means it'll be quicker the second time then its very easy to change on the regular.I just did mine last week. Takes about 10 minutes the first time you try it. You use the hook from a bungee cord to pull on the tabs to unclip the grill without needing to remove the bumper.
Probably 3 minutes the second time around. Once you know how to undo the clips from the outside it's very easy to remove a grill. You pull the first grill then reach in through the opening and remove the second grill from behind in 30 seconds.so 10 minutes the first time***8230; that means it'll be quicker the second time then its very easy to change on the regular.