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Your Ride: 1994 525i
I'm euro driver e34. i'm new to the site and wanted to greet everyone on the site and to to say thank you for the opportunity to become a member.
Now to tell a little bit about my self, and the wonderful car I bought. I orginally come from southern Indiana, but now currently stationed in Germany. I am U.S. Soldier so many times I get to to travel to different places arund the world. This time I landed in Germany. I bought a very nice (well I think) BMW 525i within first 3 months I was there and very much in love with it. I got lucky and spent very little money on it. It is an everyday driver and I do drive it. I also have the luxury to drive on some of the world's best roads. So I do sometimes experince what BMW is all about. I probally should say that this the first bimmer I've owned. I don't have a lot of engine mods. I do have a suspension modification and M5 wheels. I will send pictures for everyone to see even though it is a work in progress. But the work will have to wait I guess. Thank you. And good bye.
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