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Old 11-19-2012, 04:53 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Alex323Ci View Post
i have to agree with the other poster, although yes it is made to be driven. such a well kept car would be a shame to subject it to Boston winters. what the M3 does best or well is not going to come out or be shown in the winter. but I understand its your car now and do as you please. just mentioning to consider possible benefits or not using it as a daily driver in your Boston winter.
What's this "no winters" thing? You might want to put some snow tires on it and wash it after the roads are salted--like twice a winter. But I see no reason not to daily drive an M3 year round. It's not a Lamborghini Countach or something.

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