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    e30 magazine advertisements

    Scanned my e30 ads, thought i'd share. Sorry some don't line up too well. But they are out of a magazine. Also the seconed to last is a postcard. Enjoy!

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    Last edited by JasonC; 09-06-2019, 07:32 PM.

    1992 BMW 325iC
    1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 140hp

    #2
    Wow these are awesome!

    I love the life begins at 6000 rpms one; D

    BMW used to be so cool... Now everything they do is so lame...

    Last edited by Metallated; 04-12-2019, 04:02 PM.
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      #3
      Great Post! I had forgotten about many of those.
      Thanks!!!
      Jimmy P.
      87 E30 M3 Prodrive British Touring Car
      88 E30 M3 Zinnoberot - Garage Queen
      88 E30 M3 Lachsilber - SCCA SPU #98
      92 M Technic Cabrio - S14 Powered!
      98 318Ti Morea Green
      04 Ford F350 Dually Tow Machine

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        #4
        Sighhhhhhhhhhh Having been a child of the 80's, this brings back fond memories of my mom bringing home our 85 325e in 1984. The M20B27 was so silky smooth, you couldn't even tell it was running. Her BF at the time, had a new Fiero GT that looked badass but he still liked the 325e better, everybody did. It was a big leap ahead of the cars that were being built at the time. These cars are now 30-35 years old and still going strong, still being displayed, still talked and written about, etc. not a lot of cars from the era can brag about that. Some people say it's just hype but these cars have always been popular just for different reasons. Thanks for posting Jason.
        "I'd probably take the E30 M3 in this case just because I love that little car, and how tanky that inline 6 is." - thecj

        85 323i M TECH 1 S52 - ALPINEWEISS/SCHWARZE
        88 M3 - LACHSSILBER/SCHWARZE
        89 M3 - ALPINEWEISS II/M TECH CLOTH-ALCANTARA
        91 M TECHNIC CABRIO TURBO - MACAOBLAU/M TECH CLOTH-LEATHER

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          #5
          Awesome post as usual. How did you come by so many of these?

          One thing that gets me is the giant walls of text. Today's adults can barely be bothered to read 4 incomplete sentences (see: the recent BMW ad posted by Metallated)

          I took my E30 out today on an 'errand'. Stares everywhere I went (and honestly, it's maybe a 7/10 example). The F and G series may get more looks on Instagram but IRL nobody gives a flying fuck about them..
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            #6
            bottle caps look so good.

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              #7
              Thank you so much for posting this stuff. I too am a child of the 80’s and fondly remember the never ending Car and Driver articles that just could not stop telling the world that these really are the ultimate driving machine. It’s really sad to see how the automotive industry has evolved. (Well, its how people have evolved, but that’s another conversation isn’t it.)
              My son has the 1987 325e, 2 door, 5speed
              I daily the 1989 325i, 4 door, 5speed

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                #8
                Originally posted by nando View Post
                Awesome post as usual. How did you come by so many of these?

                One thing that gets me is the giant walls of text. Today's adults can barely be bothered to read 4 incomplete sentences (see: the recent BMW ad posted by Metallated)

                I took my E30 out today on an 'errand'. Stares everywhere I went (and honestly, it's maybe a 7/10 example). The F and G series may get more looks on Instagram but IRL nobody gives a flying fuck about them..
                Pretty much sums it up. Stopped by the dealer yesterday in the M3 and everyone from Foreman to techs came out and spent about 20 minutes checking it out. Newer ///M owners didn't understand why everyone was checking out the "old car with a bodykit" on it :sigh:
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                  #9
                  Welcome everyone!

                  Nando, I got them off of Ebay through the years. I have one M3 ad that I misplaced along with a Kamei pamphlet. But I'm sure they'll pop up when I'm not looking for them.

                  1992 BMW 325iC
                  1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 140hp

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                    #10
                    These are great.
                    My dad has (or had) an advertisement from somewhere for an M20 24 valve head from Hartge I think. I've never come across one in the wild so I don't know if it was actually a thing, but it was pretty cool.

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                      #11
                      I love old auto adverts. I used to collect old Honda ads back in the day. Thanks for posting these!

                      It’s sort of bittersweet I suppose. To see where BMW was and where they are now. I guess that goes for the entire industry.

                      Every “Morning Shift” I read on Jalop makes me die a little more on the inside.


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                      90 Bronzit 325is
                      16 Black Sapphire 340i M Sport

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                        #12
                        Are the pics now missing from the OP or is my browser buggered?

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                          #13
                          All pictures are missing since the forum update. I got to go back and edit the threads. It will take me a while, so I'll probably have to do it on the weekends

                          1992 BMW 325iC
                          1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 140hp

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                            #14
                            Original post fixed.

                            1992 BMW 325iC
                            1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 140hp

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                              #15
                              makes all of us more proud of what we have taken care of...
                              thanks man
                              ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                              '90 325i sedan daily driven
                              '85 325e coupe also a daily

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