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Anyone know who did these hoodies 3-4 years ago?
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Hey. forgot to mention, I bought a 2001 E39 M5 in January. Flew out to Dana Point, California drove the car for an hour and a half, did the purchase paperwork, got new tires and drove it home to Texas.

It's a daily driver and so far its the best/most fun car I've ever owned.
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Put a Honda console between my Subaru seats...
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Does anyone know where I may be able to find a 4 barrel intake manifold?

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Hey i'm pulling the engine from an E34 (91 535) for my E3/B35 swap.
I could really use some guidance on how to deal with the harness once i get it out... is there a post somewhere (notes, engraved tablet, tattoos, etc) on how to wire it up to the E3 Fuse panel and any E3 ideas on passing it through the firewall? 

***BTW.. if someone wants to buy a Brand new unused E34 windshield. it was literally installed and then i bought the car. 
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Picking up a 90 E34 on Saturday. Texas is so dried up, I have to drive 7. Hours to Arkansas to get my B35 and 5 speed. Finally saying goodbye to carbs. Driving through van ordsol country.

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Interesting perspective, since I own 4 old crappy cars...

http://www.wired.com/2015/05/nothing-beats-old-crappy-car/

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Doing some work on the ol' E3 today, replacing the corrugated rubber that surrounds the bumper.  These of course are the better US style bumpers that a lot of people disdain and call diving board bumpers.  I happen to prefer the aesthetics of the diving board bumpers, even though E3 owners everywhere will try to pressure you to convert the larger better bumpers to the euro or pre-73 style.  There is actually such fanaticism about this that there are very few big bumper cars left, thus making them rare and valuable!  Not to mention better looking!!

My old bumper corrugated rubber for lack of a better term just looked shitty.  First pic below is the old bumper with frayed shitty accordion rubber.  Just getting the out was a hassle, b/c as I understand it the E3 was not a car that was built to be repaired.  Everything is always major PITA to access and take off.  At first I thought the nuts holding this guy in were beneath the car, so I got under and scraped away a bunch of mud from under the fender thinking the nuts were burried under there....WRONG!  The nuts that hold this bumper piece are actually accessed through the trunk!  That was not in the workbook :[

The replacement bumper pieces I bought on flea bay were a little rough.  There was some rust on the screw plates and old rotted and rusty metal plate that attaches to the rear bumper.  Being anal like I am I proceeded to treat these minor issues, so that when the alien archaeologists discover my car in 10000 years and take it apart they will see what quality and attention to detail I gave it. 

At this point Hermes is looking really mad at me and I feel guilty for neglecting to walk such a high energy dog!  Off to the store it is and finish this story later :D
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