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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
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how people think we are rich snobby bastards for owning BMW's when I paid the same amount of money for my 328is w/ 66k on it as a girl that bought some old Honda CRV suv type thing. Its not that we are rich, well some of us are, but rather that we are smart and know a good investment!
I love the way the car connects with the driver...the steering wheel and pedals connects me directly to the way the car dances on the roads. The feeling is stubborn, heavy and solid and not weak, and flimsy....its a feeling of power that makes me want to drive my car every day and every night!
PS: Sometimes I feel NYC and NJ is too tiny and plagued with so many potholed roads, traffic lights and crowded highways that my driving experience would increase 100 fold if I lived in a place that had 99% highways, 70 mph speed limit, lots of empty non-traffic stretches of smoothly paved and twisty roads....
hold on that would be Tallahassee!!! which is where I'm heading this summer. woot woot!