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  1. Agree! I test drove one just before last years lockdown. I told the sales person in all seriousness - the only car that I can compare it to, which I have previously owned is... E60 M5! it had heads up display, adjustable suspension, 'sport mode', seats, handling, ride comfort and its practicality was pretty much on par - which actually speaks a lot to the E60 M5! Only area the Stinger couldn't compare - the shear savageness and noise of the M5! oh and fuel economy 😎, but it only has a 50l tank so they probably have the same range haha How about a 6 series gran coupe: https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/motors/cars/bmw/650i/listing/2962412947
  2. Kia Stinger. There ya go, I said it 😎. Something M-ish, M5 - E34, E39 or E60 would be my suggestion... ohhh how about a M6 Gran Coupe?
  3. treone

    BMW vs E10

    Ok millennial 🀣 Always remember this - the older you get, the wiser your parents become! and we know whats coming for you 🀣🀣🀣
  4. treone

    BMW vs E10

    ^^ This is hilarious and so true! Lovin it 😁 To quote some rap lyrics from β€˜84 - β€œ...and don’t be a slave to no computer, huh!”
  5. And that 330 WILL NEVER be an e34 M5! Agree with you on what you’ve said - well put πŸ‘
  6. I will only add to the above, triple check the part you want with the description and part number. I have found that if you are not familiar with different terms used for the same part to what is described in realOEM it can become daunting, confusing and frustrating. As you do not want to find that the part that turns up is not the one you need. For example, RealOEM will say rubber bushing with a part #, it will be handy to know what part that bush fits, and that part could have several names. From someone who has been there and done that 😁
  7. Having a soft spot for the e34 this one sounds like a great example. Look forward to the updates
  8. No I don't need another project 😎
  9. If you haven’t already, check out M539 Restorations on Youtube. His series on Project Cologne may get you more inspired about an E46 325i 😁. I doubt many would go to his level just for a daily driver. Well @Olaf maybe 😎! Seriously though, Olaf does know what he is talking about when it comes to E46 (and E30)! Welcome and good luck.
  10. Holy moly, 6. Speed. Manual! 😎
  11. ^thanks! Looks like i will need to dig deeper. I will keep doing it the old school way for now - use the key in the door to lock/unlock haha 😁
  12. Yup i get the flashing red light post changing batteries. I’ve tried both ways but no luck. Read on other forums that it could be a safety connection in bonnet or boot that may not be engaging when closed, thereby creating an open circuit? But have no idea how to check this
  13. Glad you got it to work @qube! I gave it a go and no joy - anyone got any other suggestions? Oh, BTW mine is an E31 with the 3 button remote. I have fresh batteries in the remote but it just wont 'pair' to the car ☹️. Cheers!
  14. Having the same issue with initializing a remote too, so will give this a go!
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