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Parting Out
Parting out your car? Post your entire list of BMW parts for sale in one forum. Single items should be posted in one of the other classified forums.

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Old 06-18-2008, 04:32 PM   #141
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man i wish i lived in california. i have NO (none, nada, niet) bmw friends around here.

80% of them are other german cars than bmw 12% american 8% japanese

haha, I am just getting into the BMW scene but I am from NC as well. Just bought a stock 323i and I am looking to get some work done on it. Know any good places to get tinting or getting it lowered?


NC BMW fans unite!!
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Old 06-18-2008, 06:16 PM   #142
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haha, I am just getting into the BMW scene but I am from NC as well. Just bought a stock 323i and I am looking to get some work done on it. Know any good places to get tinting or getting it lowered?


NC BMW fans unite!!
well pro-tint here in greensboro is the best ive heard of. they wanted 340 dollars for me and lifetime warrenty. they get a LOT of dealership work and from foriegncars italia. there was a lambo in there the other day, i tihnk a super leggeras. they do amazing work. just dont go to dedona. also join either nceuro.org or carolinaeuros.org or .com i dont remember.

im on on nceuro just to check out the classified ads. but usually im on ncdubs.org. lol (vw website/forum)

getting it lowered is best done yourself. just buy the springs from a sponsor here and probably shocks too and do a DIY, or take it to mann motorsports here in g boro or hell anyone. it doesnt really take a rocket scientst to install shocks and springs lol. what city are you in?
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"You makes me sick" officer responds, "So worried about your BMW; but don't even notice your left arm is missing?"
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