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    18's mmmmm tasty

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      Those are hot. Very nice.
      -Andy

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        Originally posted by AWDE30 View Post
        I would love those for our E46 but that guy is on crack.

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          Originally posted by Austin! View Post
          I was thinking the same thing. heh

          They are super nice wheels and I think even 8.5" wide too!

          Your correct! 8.5 in the rear and 7.5 front. :) The back has a nice lip to it the front is well..... not enough but it looks good on the car.

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            Originally posted by PNWDan View Post
            I would love those for our E46 but that guy is on crack.
            I wouldn't quite say that. Those are my buddy's wheels. 18" staggered style 5s are super hard to find, particularly in as nice condition as these are, and with new tires, too. Wheels were stripped and refinished roughly 2.5 years ago and they look absolutely amazing.

            They are always worth something to the right person!
            '72 2002 pickup | '88 M5 | '89 330is | '89 M3 | '01 Z3M | '11 328xi-t

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              ...I need to stop looking at 964's

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                Before you do something stupid.
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                  He's right. Start looking at 944's instead.
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                    Eh 964>944. The 964 has always been the attainable dream car for me.

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                      The Porsche Tax on all of the 911 family cars is just way too high. And I've never been a fan of the high beltline over the motors.

                      In a few years if I can get over what it would be to be a Porsche guy, I'd consider getting a Cayman though. Those are pretty neat. My only fear is that it would be like when I was looking at the Evora. Driving any sports car after the e30 just feels utterly boring and slow.
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                        Your E30 is a statistical anomaly.

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                          If you must do a front engine Porsche 968s are the only way to go IMO. 150ish top speed on a 4 banger. And the best looking front engine rd car in my eyes. And the icing on the cake it comes in a 6 speed.

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                            Originally posted by Mlarsen View Post
                            Eh 964>944. The 964 has always been the attainable dream car for me.
                            Unless racecar, then PRO44 is a cheaper and more obtainable dream.
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                              Originally posted by OldDrunkenSailor View Post
                              The Porsche Tax on all of the 911 family cars is just way too high. And I've never been a fan of the high beltline over the motors.

                              In a few years if I can get over what it would be to be a Porsche guy, I'd consider getting a Cayman though. Those are pretty neat. My only fear is that it would be like when I was looking at the Evora. Driving any sports car after the e30 just feels utterly boring and slow.
                              Why no Lotus Esprit Cup? The Supercharged one or whatever. Those are cool.
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                                I don't think that they make the Esprit anymore, and even if they did, that's wayyyyy too much money. I'm actually really happy with the Saab, glad I went back to the Swedes.
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