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Are you a gun fanatic as well? If so, you'll want to talk to other owners about what you own in this forum.

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Old 02-03-2014, 07:36 PM   #1
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I sold my BMW

And since no one in GD gives a crap about me I will post about it here.

So, I sold my e46...

This is my new car....breaking down the day after I bought it.


To keep it gun related I bought one of these...


Anyone know where I can buy the BMW security machine gun slide out rack for the e66?
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Old 02-03-2014, 08:21 PM   #2
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you bought the ugliest bmw in existence, congrats!
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Old 02-03-2014, 09:03 PM   #3
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Old 02-03-2014, 09:17 PM   #4
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Old 02-03-2014, 10:35 PM   #6
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Old 02-04-2014, 02:22 AM   #7
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Knowing Tailo it's probably the executive armored 7er...
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Old 02-04-2014, 02:23 AM   #8
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Lots of car for the money. Have a nice savings account ready.....but repairs should not be that bad. Try owning a E60 M5 with the V10 like I have or Porsche 911. My last Porsche 911 cost me 10K in repairs over 3 years and I bought it with 56K miles on the ODO. Now this BMW M5 will more than eclipse that..........but if you have the money set aside for these cars...they are more than worth it. I never use them as daily drivers.
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Old 02-04-2014, 09:54 AM   #9
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I used to be a BMW tech long ago, that's why I fell in love with that body style and the e46 for that matter.
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Old 02-04-2014, 10:38 AM   #10
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The E38 body style remains my favorite 7er.

The 7 Series has been dead to me ever since they phased them out.
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I used to be a BMW tech long ago, that's why I fell in love with that body style and the e46 for that matter.
I think it is a fine car and they look very nice. The luxury they came with was awesome for the time. Great family cruiser. Once you get it all figured out, you will be fine. Like any 5 and 7....and as a ex BMW tech, you know what to prepare and save for. Might have to sell a few guns to get stuff fixed...but I know you can cover that.

Any updates on what might be wrong? I really want to see you happy in this car.
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Oh wow. The ugliest of the ugly 7 series.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder....play nice.

EDIT: Sorry, you have a BMW station wagon with M stuff on it.....you are qualified to cast your vote...
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As ugly as some of us think it is, wasn't it the best selling 7 series of all time?

The E65 still looks fresh today.
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I think it is a fine car and they look very nice. The luxury they came with was awesome for the time. Great family cruiser. Once you get it all figured out, you will be fine. Like any 5 and 7....and as a ex BMW tech, you know what to prepare and save for. Might have to sell a few guns to get stuff fixed...but I know you can cover that.

Any updates on what might be wrong? I really want to see you happy in this car.
Yeah, it was just some "simple" oil leaks. Front timing cover and valve cover gaskets. They stuck there foot in there mouths with out talking to the BMW shop that they farm out the work to. 2 days and $500... I'm going to call them in the evening and see how there 2 day plan is working out.

Basically I bent them over and didn't bother to spit on it.

They paid for a new battery and towing also...

I cant wait to get it back, I'm in a POS dodge mini van right now....worst loaner vehicle EVER... Drivers door is rubbing from being hit, nearly 100k miles, light on everywhere, power steering whailing, and they gave it to me with a empty tank! I pulled in to the shop today, some customers looked at me like I was a commoner

I want to burn it to the ground
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The Banglebutt 7er was a very popular car. I could go either way with the looks, but handling of it was spot-on BMW for the era. Despite how big that car was, it still handled like a proper BMW. I drove a couple and they were nice. The 760 was a rocket.
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Old 02-07-2014, 01:35 AM   #17
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Yeah, it was just some "simple" oil leaks. Front timing cover and valve cover gaskets. They stuck there foot in there mouths with out talking to the BMW shop that they farm out the work to. 2 days and $500... I'm going to call them in the evening and see how there 2 day plan is working out.

Basically I bent them over and didn't bother to spit on it.

They paid for a new battery and towing also...

I cant wait to get it back, I'm in a POS dodge mini van right now....worst loaner vehicle EVER... Drivers door is rubbing from being hit, nearly 100k miles, light on everywhere, power steering whailing, and they gave it to me with a empty tank! I pulled in to the shop today, some customers looked at me like I was a commoner

I want to burn it to the ground
Very happy for you then!!!! You lucked out. The 7 is a awesome car and I never had any issue with the Bangle rear. To this date, still looks like a new car and for what you can get them at now....big time steal. Like I said...save some money for maintenance. This car will really suit you. Plenty of stuff for you guns and gear. Also, once you get used to the I Drive, you will be fine. Congrats again!!!!
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And you are too obsessed with your M5.
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