bmw e38 740i manual drifter

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  1. Papercutout

    Papercutout Active Member

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    That makes me giggle, which is a VERY rare thing!


    But they're right, needs uber wheels, or at least for the fronts to be wider (same as the rears?)...

    Glad to see you've updated :D
     
  2. caged

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    :wack:
    are you a mind reader?

    thats the plan!

    with the carbon rear being wrapped in walnut!:wack:
     
  3. caged

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    Im all ears if someone else is paying!

    otherwise - it stays as is!
     
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    Yeeees! :worthy:


    Noo :cry:
     
  5. caged

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    have also mounted the bucket on the electric rails :wack:
     
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    this is awesome if you ever sell this i have cash ill sell my wife
     
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    I'll keep my eye out to see if anything decent comes up cheap, and let you know. I am not paying though :p
     
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    Pm me when your on the road fella , I'd like to do a quick photoshoot if possible!!!
     
  9. caged

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    cheers - really appreciate that.

    you're only MK yeah? straight down the a5:wave:
     
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    Bolf Resident Nut Job.

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    Yea man , I'm just the other side of bletchley ,
     
  11. caged

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    ace - i'l be in touch when the MOt is in my possesion!
     
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    As long as you aren't IN Bletchley.
     
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    wow thats perrrrty
     
  15. caged

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    why is it the best bits oft end up unseen? :cry:
     
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    MOT on saturday morning - so fingers crossed!

    prob fail on a front bush - so will kickstart me into getting off my arse and poly bushing the front end :smokin:
     
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    Holy cow, this is awesome.

    Get some rich mahogany on it.
     
  18. caged

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    :cry:failed the MOT on skyhigh CO reading on the emissions

    back to the drawing board - temp sensor?
     
  19. neil a walker

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    lambdas more likely, I had that on my 328 , had to replace two then was all good after.
    Are they new? if not give them a new lease of life with some brake cleaner dude. probably caked in shit after running rich
     
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    Great car for £500! Im on the look out now LOL!
     

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