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Old 09-11-2005, 02:40 PM   #46
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brien what do you mean the bumper....? I agree with you somewhat...that the striping and the ALPINA words shouldn't be there... but I like how the shape of the bumper works with the shape of the skirts and the rims...it's more aerodynamic and bolder looking that the M3 snouts!

and yes Komodo...I guess I'm old...at 26!


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Yo Voca, is that an american E36...the steering wheel is on our side!!!??
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Old 09-11-2005, 03:03 PM   #47
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that black alpina is one of the sexiest I have ever seen. I would kill to get an alpina. You guys are all nucking futz.

and here is that video

http://its-over.net/Videos/Top%20Gea...rtge%205.5.mpg
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Old 09-11-2005, 03:06 PM   #48
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Yo Voca, is that an american E36...the steering wheel is on our side!!!??
nah, that car is from Norway.
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Old 09-11-2005, 03:14 PM   #49
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that black alpina is one of the sexiest I have ever seen. I would kill to get an alpina. You guys are all nucking futz.
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Old 09-11-2005, 03:16 PM   #50
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Old 09-11-2005, 04:29 PM   #51
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yeah brien...I just saw the video of the E46 HARTGE (400 HP V8 engine) vs. the E46 M3 (333 HP i6) vs. the E46 ALPINA B3 (280 HP i6)
And the M3 smoked em.
The Hartage was technically the fastest, but it was almost impossible to control and stabilize. The ALPINA had the most points for styling, suspension comfort, and handling was superb but it was the slowest and the suspension was said to be too soft. The M3 had everything...the best of both cars; style and power!

The Hartage was too much-like a Frankenstien E46....ugh! The M3 was awesome!!!!
but I'm an ALPINA man at heart that B3 sounded cleaner that it looked!!!
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Old 09-11-2005, 04:45 PM   #52
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brien what do you mean the bumper....? I agree with you somewhat...that the striping and the ALPINA words shouldn't be there... but I like how the shape of the bumper works with the shape of the skirts and the rims...it's more aerodynamic and bolder looking that the M3 snouts!

and yes Komodo...I guess I'm old...at 26!


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Yo Voca, is that an american E36...the steering wheel is on our side!!!??
No, Coco, I was talking about the windshield wipers and the way the tires look from the front of the car....
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Old 09-11-2005, 04:48 PM   #53
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yeah brien...I just saw the video of the E46 HARTGE (400 HP V8 engine) vs. the E46 M3 (380 HP i6) vs. the E46 ALPINA B3 (280 HP i6)
And the M3 smoked em.
The Hartage was technically the fastest, but it was almost impossible to control and stabilize. The ALPINA had the most points for styling, suspension comfort, and handling was superb but it was the slowest and the suspension was said to be too soft. The M3 had everything...the best of both cars; style and power!

The Hartage was too much-like a Frankenstien E46....ugh! The M3 was awesome!!!!
but I'm an ALPINA man at heart that B3 sounded cleaner that it looked!!!
e46 m3 with 380hp? im lost...

i was just saying that i like the way e36 m3s are over alpina e36s
style(looks)
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Old 09-11-2005, 05:17 PM   #54
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e46 m3 with 380hp? im lost...

i was just saying that i like the way e36 m3s are over alpina e36s
style(looks)
just see the video Maurice
and stop talking big
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Old 09-11-2005, 06:39 PM   #56
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give me an E36 with an Alpina B5 engine and M3 bodykit in high gloss black and ill be in heaven. That would be the ultimate E36
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Old 09-11-2005, 08:35 PM   #57
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agreed.

and delmarco. the e46 m3 comes with 333hp bro.
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Old 09-11-2005, 09:22 PM   #58
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All though ALPINA is all that, please lose the wheels, they've been forever and a day. Much more smokin shit for BMW. Plus BMW's are almost twice as much up in Canada than US. So I can't even think about ALPINA or DINAN.
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ha ha ha...
I never understood what DINAN is exactly...
DINAN seems to be less about bodywork and more about computer chips and air filters?
i think?
i'd like to research DINAN when I get time.
then you have HAMMANN which does body and exhaust
and HARTAGE which does frankenstien shit that i can even begin to comphrehend
next up is the classic M series BMWs which needs no explaination
and finally yo have the house of ALPINA...which deals in suspension, style, engine blocks and rims and bumpers and pinstrips to boot!
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