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Old 12-11-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
EmDeeAr
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Join Date: Aug 2011
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My Ride: 330i ZHP
Get over wood trim?

Hey guys,

I've been searching around for the perfect 330, but I have yet to come across anything that fits my criteria (Admittedly, I've only been on the hunt for a few weeks.). A ZHP would be ideal, but I am open to ZSP package cars as well. However, most of the ZSP cars I have looked at have wood trim. Right now, wood trim is pretty much a deciding factor in me not buying a certain car. My previous E36 M3 had wood trim, and I despised it while I owned it. Nowadays, wood trim definitely isn't as big of a deal to me, but I still want the perfect car...

Should I just get over the issue of wood trim and pick up a car if it matches all or most of my other criteria? I'd really like to purchase a local car so that I can be confident in its condition. Mandating that my next car must not have wood trim is making this very difficult.

Or, should I stick it out and wait for the perfect car?

I know this is pretty subjective, but I'd like to hear what you all have to say. Pictures swaying me one way or another would be cool.

Thanks a lot!

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