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Drew Dowdell

See? I told you people will drive anything as long as it has a BMW logo on it!

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Yeah, but I bet it's very balanced and handles well. :)

For reasons I still don't know, one of my housemates in grad school fixed up a rusty early '80s RWD Corolla coupe (the really square ones) and put BMW roundels and 318i badges on it before he sold it...

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ocnblu    719
I bet he even paid over sticker for the privilege as well.

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That is sooo kick-ass!:)

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ocnblu    719
But...but... I thought you loved to drive ass. Or is it the other way around? :scratchchin:

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Too funny...

BMW builds some great cars, including several that GM has no direct competitor for. I don't fault anyone for driving BMW if it is based on product.

Chris

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toesuf94    0
Too funny...

BMW builds some great cars, including several that GM has no direct competitor for. I don't fault anyone for driving BMW if it is based on product.

Chris

Thank you Chris! I know this is a GM site, but truly, BMW makes some fantastic cars that GM does NOT compete with. IF GM made a TRUE 750 competitor, or a GT car like the 650 coupe - they would attract a different crowd. They moved in the correct direction with the CTS and CTS-V and I had hoped they would build on that. Still waiting.

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