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Old 09-09-2013, 02:52 PM   #345261
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Who spent $24,000 on this?! hahahahahahahahahahahhahaha

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Old 09-09-2013, 02:56 PM   #345262
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If you've ever lost a guinea pig to a stray arrow, you'd know that 24k is a small price to pay for piece of mind.
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Old 09-09-2013, 03:04 PM   #345263
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Old 09-09-2013, 03:14 PM   #345264
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Really good. Gorgeous venue. They put on a show similar in style to Coldplay. The crowd was pretty good too

Their opener was pretty good. Serena Ryder or something like that. I listened to her stuff when I got home; unfortunately she's a bit better in person. Overall good night, I just wish I wasn't so tired this morning :yawn:
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Woke up at 5:30 to lift.

Then came home and when the sun came up I did HIIT.

If I can keep this up for a few months I'll be lookin bretty gud

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At Kalim's the other night, I found out the ZSP cars have a different trunk floor than the non-sports lol My trunk floor is raised to accomidate a wider wheel whereas the ketchup stick's non-sport floor is completely flat.
I like the flush fit floor.
But, it gave me a great idea for a CF floor that can accommodate a wider wheel.
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The daughter of one of my old managers has a 325i and managed to crack a 16" Style 44 hitting a pothole
16" style 45 or 17" style 44?
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Someone report this...it should be in the W&T Forum or the Showroom

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=1004948
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it was a charity auction.
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sent a text and already sold!
Oh darnit. I want one, too.
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16" style 45 or 17" style 44?
He clearly said 16" style 44



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What model/package had them in 16"?
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I like the flush fit floor.
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Another great idea that'll never happen lawl
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Funny thing is, if it were anyone else, people would be jumping all over him and Jake would've moved it
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Ugh....but then I have to drive to Livermore to pick them up and then store them for 8+ months. I think it makes more sense to wait.
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