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  • AndrewBird
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    Originally posted by Ludwig View Post


    That's something that bothers me for a while now. There's people who try aything to make non-descript photos, hide the numberplates on photos, never make a photo of their car in the vicinity of where it's stored. And then the google car comes and makes a picture of it in your driveway or at your working place and voilá: people come visit for parts of the complete car.



    I find it very pleasing however google tries to pixelate one of the sponsor stickers on the Jägermeister car :rofl:
    Anyone driving down the street can see your car, so what's the difference? It would probably be quicker for someone to drive around prowling than it would to prowl on Google maps.

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  • 2mAn
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    Stupid truck ruined the shot of this little dude backed into the driveway
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  • E30SPDFRK
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    Found my car while not-working today, thought of this thread.

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  • e30sh
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    Originally posted by Ludwig View Post


    I find it very pleasing however google tries to pixelate one of the sponsor stickers on the Jägermeister car :rofl:
    I googled the car. The pixelated area behind rear tire is Pirelli sticker. Wonder why? I thought tobacco was the no no in auto racing today.

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  • AWDBOB
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    Originally posted by Ludwig View Post
    That's something that bothers me for a while now. There's people who try aything to make non-descript photos, hide the numberplates on photos, never make a photo of their car in the vicinity of where it's stored. And then the google car comes and makes a picture of it in your driveway or at your working place and voilá: people come visit for parts of the complete car.
    I had my home blocked out by google for peace of mind. They do it for privacy reasons if you request it.

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  • Ludwig
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    Originally posted by jgilber0 View Post
    Hmmmm. Google Maps be a good tool for “driveway finds.”

    That's something that bothers me for a while now. There's people who try aything to make non-descript photos, hide the numberplates on photos, never make a photo of their car in the vicinity of where it's stored. And then the google car comes and makes a picture of it in your driveway or at your working place and voilá: people come visit for parts of the complete car.



    I find it very pleasing however google tries to pixelate one of the sponsor stickers on the Jägermeister car :rofl:

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  • GodOfChugs
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    Damn that's incredible. Such a sick car too

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  • jgilber0
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    Hmmmm. Google Maps be a good tool for “driveway finds.”

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  • lukeADE335i
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    Pretty sure I've seen a magazine article that car & it has an LS1 swap?

    Was an orange M3 in Jägermeister livery from Norway - can't be too many of those around :D

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  • sgtskid
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    I wanna play.

    Here is my 353 while it was still under the knife.
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  • jdt10768
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    Nice shadow of the Google periscope camera there!

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  • audiquattrot
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    my ix shows on google maps as well.

    325ix
    325ixx

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  • AWDBOB
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    Google maps is a great thing. I was searching through my M3 after I purchased it and thought to run a few addresses I found in the car. Sure enough, the Google Maps image for one of them had the car in the driveway, with some "rimzzzz" nonetheless.

    Untitled by Bobbie Morrone, on Flickr

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  • fight4life28
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    I see this guy on IG bmw sites. I think it has ls something in it now days.

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  • 2mAn
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    That is awesome

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