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The arrows on the steering wheel are indicating the upshift and downshift for Switchtronic, a shift system which was introduced by Alpina. On the exact opposite side of the arrows are sitting small buttons.

More about Switchtronic :Switchtronic

The logos on the seats are custom order. (costed him about $1000)

The base price for B3S Coupe is about $ 49.000 (incl. sales tax)
 

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Ack said:
Alex, what are those arrows on the steering wheel for, shifting? It's weird the pictures of the interior look pshoped even though I know they're not (stitching on steering wheel, Alpina logo on seats). It's a very nice looking car. How much more do these go for over a regular E46?
Be sure to ask Vince all about his quest for the Switchtronic wheel. :D
 

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VinceTopasBlau3 said:
Hey AlexB,

I just read that Sherlock (owner of this beautiful B3 S) is thinking of selling his B3 S?:dunno:

Is it true?
Hehe, no , it was cold, rainy and snowy in Belgium on that day :D

So he was a little bit down.

He has changed his mind, after we have told thim that he'll be driving a Yugo for the rest of his life, if he ever thinks of selling that car again :lmao:
 
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