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Old 03-06-2018, 07:52 PM   #16
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there’s a lot of e30 guys that daily e39’s.
There are also a lot who daily E90s, not to mention Jeep, Subaru and Toyota products...

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Only question now is if the Moderators are feeling the flow.????
I'm not, and I owned an E39 for nearly seven years until last February.

bimmerfest.com has a metric ton of info available for them.
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Jeeps? Subaru? Toyota? If the E90 was close to 20 years old I would lobby for a spot for it to. But thanks for the consideration.
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Old 03-07-2018, 01:56 PM   #18
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Hey James. I was throwing it out there. R3V format is easier to navigate then a lot of the other BMW forums. Having a generic 5 series forum is a plus. I just was thinking because of the age, the E39 would be a good fit along with the E34.

Real talk, a lot of guys submit E36 and E46 for sale in the Cars for Sale sub forum. And plenty of 5x120 wheels for swaps. I'm feeling it because I could use parts and tech talk. IJS. Your thoughts.
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