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Old 12-25-2012, 01:26 AM   #289221
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Spent a nice day with my gf, her family and my family We opened presents from each other...she got me a black metal BMW plate frame, and an aftermarket PDC system with the new trim piece for the rear bumper I'd been drooling over it for 2 years.
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Old 12-25-2012, 01:34 AM   #289226
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Spent a nice day with my gf, her family and my family We opened presents from each other...she got me a black metal BMW plate frame, and an aftermarket PDC system with the new trim piece for the rear bumper I'd been drooling over it for 2 years.
Sweet!
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bcz asian parking
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I like the look of the PDC on our cars (oddly enough), along with the fact that I park facing out quite a bit so it'll make things a bit easier, not that backing up in these cars is hard in the first place
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Hmm, good question. If it doesn't rain, will probably do a bit of driving in the morning followed by working on cars.
The streets will probably be empty in the morning, followed by many police and drunk drivers in the afternoon. Sounds like fun. If you happen to drive up in my direction (look into Redwood Rd to Pinehurst Rd to Skyline Blvd to Grizzly Peak) I would offer some lox and bagel as a rest point around noon-2'ish.
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