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Old 03-03-2014, 01:55 PM   #6481
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I was only in town for a short time - conference for work from Wednesday afternoon till Friday afternoon.
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Old 03-05-2014, 10:41 AM   #6483
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Some new tires and a built trans I got off of phil.

So I see your front SC/T lip does the same thing on the sides, when you first put it on did it fray out that much? or over time did it start to become like that?
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I actually found a car that is very affordable that I really like. If I can find one in good shape for the right price I'll be getting one and won't have any debt. I'm looking for a e46 330i. Two of my friends from school have this car and they love it. I drove one of their cars two days ago for a court of hours all across Houston and I loved it. Best of all if I can find one for the right price I can just pay it off in full and not have a car note. If I go this route, it's a 3.0v6 so that should help me a little on insurance and they have good potential. I'll lower it, tint it out, get some nice aftermarket rims, throw some potenzas on it, get M3 motor mounts installed to start off with. I'm trying to find one with the m tech-1 package if I can find one I'll be happy.

I wanted a GTO but I'm 20 and I'm in college so getting myself into a 16k+ car note probably isn't the best option at this point of time. I think this will work out great if all is in my favor.

I looked it up and I can find one with low miles, in near-mint condition for under 10k. So I just need to save up a little more and I'll have myself a new whip.

I know how some of you guys feel about BMW's in general, but I personally really like the e46 330i, it looks aggressive, I had a blast driving one the other day, and these cars have lots of potential when hey are taken care of. I'd be happy with one.
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Old 03-05-2014, 04:14 PM   #6487
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I actually found a car that is very affordable that I really like. If I can find one in good shape for the right price I'll be getting one and won't have any debt. I'm looking for a e46 330i. Two of my friends from school have this car and they love it. I drove one of their cars two days ago for a court of hours all across Houston and I loved it. Best of all if I can find one for the right price I can just pay it off in full and not have a car note. If I go this route, it's a 3.0v6 so that should help me a little on insurance and they have good potential. I'll lower it, tint it out, get some nice aftermarket rims, throw some potenzas on it, get M3 motor mounts installed to start off with. I'm trying to find one with the m tech-1 package if I can find one I'll be happy.

I wanted a GTO but I'm 20 and I'm in college so getting myself into a 16k+ car note probably isn't the best option at this point of time. I think this will work out great if all is in my favor.

I looked it up and I can find one with low miles, in near-mint condition for under 10k. So I just need to save up a little more and I'll have myself a new whip.

I know how some of you guys feel about BMW's in general, but I personally really like the e46 330i, it looks aggressive, I had a blast driving one the other day, and these cars have lots of potential when hey are taken care of. I'd be happy with one.
Before you get set on something like that, be sure you're ready to maintain it. It's an entirely different world than a Pontiac.

I'm assuming you'll be looking at one around 100k miles, give or take, at that price range. I could be wrong, I don't know what prices are around you, but that's probably what you'd get in my area. Lets say you get an 03, just for kicks. So now you have a 12 year old, 100k+ mile BMW.

Are you prepared for the maintenance costs on something like that? A power steering pump for a GA is what, around $50-$75? You're looking at $250+ for E46. That might be an extreme example, but you're not going to find the plentiful, inexpensive parts like you have for the GA.

I'm not trying to come off as a d!ck, I'm just making sure you know what you're getting in to. Premium cars cost much more to own and drive than the mass-produced, inexpensive sedans. I'm reminded of this every single time I have to fix something on my Saab vs my Honda.

I'm not saying you shouldn't do it.... personally, though, I wouldn't. You're at a point where you need a car that can provide reliable transportation, I'm guessing.... not something that might leave you stranded somewhere (of course, any car can strand you).

Props for not taking on debt, however. People in their early 20's getting $15k+ car loans are just throwing money away.



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Old 03-05-2014, 04:20 PM   #6488
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Before you get set on something like that, be sure you're ready to maintain it. It's an entirely different world than a Pontiac.

I'm assuming you'll be looking at one around 100k miles, give or take, at that price range. I could be wrong, I don't know what prices are around you, but that's probably what you'd get in my area. Lets say you get an 03, just for kicks. So now you have a 12 year old, 100k+ mile BMW.

Are you prepared for the maintenance costs on something like that? A power steering pump for a GA is what, around $50-$75? You're looking at $250+ for E46. That might be an extreme example, but you're not going to find the plentiful, inexpensive parts like you have for the GA.

I'm not trying to come off as a d!ck, I'm just making sure you know what you're getting in to. Premium cars cost much more to own and drive than the mass-produced, inexpensive sedans. I'm reminded of this every single time I have to fix something on my Saab vs my Honda.

I'm not saying you shouldn't do it.... personally, though, I wouldn't. You're at a point where you need a car that can provide reliable transportation, I'm guessing.... not something that might leave you stranded somewhere (of course, any car can strand you).

Props for not taking on debt, however. People in their early 20's getting $15k+ car loans are just throwing money away.



TL;DR: don't waste your money. You're 20 years old. Worry about school and girls. Get a fun car later in life, when you can afford a really fun one.
Well I work at for Bridgestone so I get parts cheap, as far as labor hey charge me $25/hr of labor. I do most of the work myself anyways. I know things will cost more but I'm up for it and already aware of this. Two of my local friends from school have this same car and they have tons of extra aftermarket/performance parts that they will give to me if I get one of them. I'm looking for one with in between 80-100k on it.
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Update:

I spoke with my insurance company, and I gave them the vin number for a fully loaded 2005 330i that was looking at and they have me good news. I currently have full coverage on my 2003 Grand Am and they said that for the same Full Coverage insurance on this other car that I would only be looking at an additional cost of $2 per month. Not bad.

The car is newer, worth more, much sportier, and RWD so I find that to be odd but this means it's easily possible for me to afford this car.
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Old 03-05-2014, 08:50 PM   #6490
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Old 03-06-2014, 04:10 AM   #6491
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all i can say is, the GAGT is stoopid cheap to fix AND mod. get ready for shell shock when you see the price of mods for other cars.
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I actually found a car that is very affordable that I really like. If I can find one in good shape for the right price I'll be getting one and won't have any debt. I'm looking for a e46 330i. Two of my friends from school have this car and they love it. I drove one of their cars two days ago for a court of hours all across Houston and I loved it. Best of all if I can find one for the right price I can just pay it off in full and not have a car note. If I go this route, it's a 3.0v6 so that should help me a little on insurance and they have good potential. I'll lower it, tint it out, get some nice aftermarket rims, throw some potenzas on it, get M3 motor mounts installed to start off with. I'm trying to find one with the m tech-1 package if I can find one I'll be happy.

I wanted a GTO but I'm 20 and I'm in college so getting myself into a 16k+ car note probably isn't the best option at this point of time. I think this will work out great if all is in my favor.

I looked it up and I can find one with low miles, in near-mint condition for under 10k. So I just need to save up a little more and I'll have myself a new whip.

I know how some of you guys feel about BMW's in general, but I personally really like the e46 330i, it looks aggressive, I had a blast driving one the other day, and these cars have lots of potential when hey are taken care of. I'd be happy with one.
Nope... it's not a 3.0L v6. It's an inline 6.


Good cars, but they have their bad points as well. Like Fabs said, be ready to do some maintenance on a 100k+ mile BMW, and at least some parts are going to be more expensive.
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Nope... it's not a 3.0L v6. It's an inline 6.


Good cars, but they have their bad points as well. Like Fabs said, be ready to do some maintenance on a 100k+ mile BMW, and at least some parts are going to be more expensive.
sweet, im still learning about these cars. Looks like I can get one anywhere from 60k-100k with in my price range. Im going to try to find one with lower milage on it though. I have to wait until my parents get their income tax return anyways because they owe me money and they also want to buy the GA from me. So I have some time to think about this before I made any final decisions. Realistically I should be able to afford one with low miles in mint shape come June if all goes well.

Not the best car out there but they are affordable for me to buy and maintain and they are quite aggressive.

This is similar the look I will be going for in this picture (Its a picture of one of my friends 330i's)
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I have always liked the e46 though so I'll enjoy it.
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Hey now, I'll make it work, can't wait to go e46
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Best of luck to you, I love the e46, incredible cars. You can get them relatively cheap as well, the M3 I was looking at last year had 40k on the odo, and they were asking $20k. Clean carfax, dealer warranty for a year. Thing was like a train, just pulled and pulled xD

**** why did I buy a miata?
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We were assuming Kayaus is straight? This is news to me.
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