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    Douche or no douche, I'd take an M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokey View Post
    Douche or no douche, I'd take an M.
    E30, E36, E34, or E39. In that order.

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    E39 for me (I'm with child). This one would work -

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    Quote Originally Posted by lokey View Post
    E39 for me (I'm with child).
    A 34 would do the job nicely. If you could snag a 98 36 they made those in a 4dr flavor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    A 34 would do the job nicely. If you could snag a 98 36 they made those in a 4dr flavor.
    The older Ms just dont have enough hp, and I don't like fighting rust. An E90 would be #2 for me....but that would require a second mortgage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokey View Post
    E39 for me (I'm with child).
    5-series wagon. I would say M5 wagon, but those never came stateside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lokey View Post
    The older Ms just dont have enough hp, and I don't like fighting rust.
    Swap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    Swap!
    I'd rather turbo the E90's S65 (4.0L V-8).
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    Quote Originally Posted by maus View Post
    Do you still have your Z? Post pics of that. My dad has a bad ass 91 Twin Turbo. We currently have 2 project cars we are working on that need 5 speed swaps.
    Naw, sold the Z to a buddy. At work right now but once I get home I'll have to post some picks. Owned her for 11 years though. Was a fun toy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaQuin View Post
    Congrats!!! You just ordered your car and getting it Friday or Saturday? I ordered mine on 2/25 and still nothing... You so lucky!!
    Went thru a broker who found a vehicle with the options I wanted in California. Thats the only reason that it is so quickly. Wasn't my first color choice however. I wanted white actually due to other Greg's vehicle. Spent time drooling at his pics. Lol!
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    Thanks for the compliment...and the drool.
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    good luck

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    grats dude, i always loved those fairladys. best lookin one IMO. the latest 2 iterations are kinda meh, but at one point in 2010 i thought my next car was going to be a 370z, until i saw the 2011 wrx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asharus View Post
    grats dude, i always loved those fairladys. best lookin one IMO. the latest 2 iterations are kinda meh, but at one point in 2010 i thought my next car was going to be a 370z, until i saw the 2011 wrx
    Agreed on the looks part. I loved my Z32. With a family now however, a two-seater sports car just isn't the answer. Besides, as much as I like Nissan and Z's, if I were gonna get a two-seater sports car today, it would either be a used S2k for a Cayman S. both are outrageously fun to drive and don't weight like a stuffed pig. Lol
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