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    Jeevan
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    Sth East Auck.
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    '11 VW Passat CC 2.0TDi
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    (old cars) E34 525i '96 touring, E34 528i turbo '89 sedan manual
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    '10 Nissan Maxima 250L

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  1. lord_jagganath

    The all-new BMW 8 Series Coupe

    wa hey, it's the 7er Coupe! pity they aren't going with the merc formula, a variant for every sector. there is still room for a 5er coupe, just different price points. BMW needs a M-coupe, much like the Merc AMG GT. something that is completely of it's own type, with no equal. maybe a new Z8? with a proper Z8M
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    A very sad 2002Tii

    it's the presidential model, with a low damage, would be worth checking it out if you want a luxobarge. as for the 2002, I wonder how much more would it take to get it right...
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    SPOTTED! The official thread

    yup, i do not mind electric as long as it looks like it comes out of Tron.
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    Clarkson Sacked

    That Anglia was stunning if a bit riced out, format is more reality show with little bits of info thrown it, cool nonetheless
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    Importing a TV to NZ experiences

    Do not think terrestrial signals are a problem anymore, with most shifting to satellite based digital systems. Have HDMI will travel. Also, a lot of TVs have a separate switching power brick these days(as per your laptop power brick), so it shouldn't be an issue As with anything shipped, packaging is very important. you would find that the best way to ship is in a hard wooden case filled with foam (but your cost savings will evaporate). if you have access to a freight forwarder with a dedicated bin/console direct to NZ, that would be for the best so that the bin is sealed in the US only to be opened in NZ. another option is to ship via newegg, letting them take the risk of shipping. :shrugs:
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    Clarkson Sacked

    I seem to be getting into the Car S.O.S type shows, more entertaining to see cars being rescued and rebuilt.
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    Clarkson Sacked

    i think Top Gear as a franchise needs to be put to bed.Guy Martin would be awesome, but would rather him be in his own show.
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    E39 530i for $15k !

    AM i wrong in saying that rear seat looks rather grey instead of black?
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    E61 535d M-Sport, NZ New, 2006. Open to offers

    oh man. This is right up my alley. best of luck with the sale.
  10. lord_jagganath

    style 95 wheels

    damnit. me too.
  11. lord_jagganath

    635CSI Capitalism ho!

    his responses to the questions were quite aggro too.
  12. lord_jagganath

    635CSI Capitalism ho!

    Not wrong, last posted mid 2016. Had a convertible for sale too.
  13. lord_jagganath

    635CSI Capitalism ho!

    https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/bmw/auction-1532547921.htm?rsqid=542d468961ff444f8338125b471cfde3 a week ago this was 7k. and the ad was pulled in 48 hours.
  14. lord_jagganath

    Anyone here in International shipping or logistics?

    Packaging is Key. we have a North Euro freight forwarder that's been good to us, but even they are at the mercy of the airlines, unless you are lucky enough to get a direct DHL flight. I'd even go so far as to say, it doesn't matter if the packing is heavier than the actual product, as long as it survives the possibility of being thrown about as part of cargo.
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    Project insurance

    either greed or a prelude to disaster. usually both.
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