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Old 01-31-2012, 11:48 AM
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Originally Posted by v_therussian View Post
Well... maybe I wasn't joking as much as I had originally thought


BTW, on the serious note, I have noticed a while ago that F10 people tend to not be as extroverted as E60 people - or am I seeing patterns that aren't there?
V, even though you may have only been joking, I must say that, so far, I have seen nobody under low to mid 60's driving the new 5ers (not that there's anything wrong with that, and besides, I'm on my journey to the 60's myself, although not for another eight years).

In addition, I still mistake the F10 for a Buick, at least from far. This car has not done anything that makes me want to get one. I love my E60, but although the E60 is more luxurious, I still get more sheer pleasure driving my 3 series. I may not be young in age, but I guess I'm still young at heart and the F10 does nothing for my young heart, so far.

Although similar in looks, the F30 is probably in my future (more likely than the F10), just because it's smaller and more agile, although I am told that the newest 3 series has grown to the size of the E34. I hope they stop growing them, or down to the 1 series I go....

Tomorrow, we're expecting temps in the mid 50's in Massachusetts and I might just take my E93 topless.
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Originally Posted by porsche911targa View Post
V, even though you may have only been joking, I must say that, so far, I have seen nobody under low to mid 60's driving the new 5ers (not that there's anything wrong with that, and besides, I'm on my journey to the 60's myself, although not for another eight years).

In addition, I still mistake the F10 for a Buick, at least from far. This car has not done anything that makes me want to get one. I love my E60, but although the E60 is more luxurious, I still get more sheer pleasure driving my 3 series. I may not be young in age, but I guess I'm still young at heart and the F10 does nothing for my young heart, so far.

Although similar in looks, the F30 is probably in my future (more likely than the F10), just because it's smaller and more agile, although I am told that the newest 3 series has grown to the size of the E34. I hope they stop growing them, or down to the 1 series I go....

Tomorrow, we're expecting temps in the mid 50's in Massachusetts and I might just take my E93 topless.
You will be surprised:
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In addition, it's probably time to see eye doctor so you can easy distinguish a Buick from F10 even from far.
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Wait till the new M5 comes out you'll see a lot more younger generations driving that beast..

As far a confusion with the Buick, with all due respect you couldn't be further from the truth, the only confusion it might get is getting confused for a 7 series..




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V, even though you may have only been joking, I must say that, so far, I have seen nobody under low to mid 60's driving the new 5ers (not that there's anything wrong with that, and besides, I'm on my journey to the 60's myself, although not for another eight years).

In addition, I still mistake the F10 for a Buick, at least from far. This car has not done anything that makes me want to get one. I love my E60, but although the E60 is more luxurious, I still get more sheer pleasure driving my 3 series. I may not be young in age, but I guess I'm still young at heart and the F10 does nothing for my young heart, so far.

Although similar in looks, the F30 is probably in my future (more likely than the F10), just because it's smaller and more agile, although I am told that the newest 3 series has grown to the size of the E34. I hope they stop growing them, or down to the 1 series I go....

Tomorrow, we're expecting temps in the mid 50's in Massachusetts and I might just take my E93 topless.
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Mine will be here in late Feb. I will post pics then. interior is cinnamon leather and light wood trim. 2012 550i xDrive M Sport with Dinan Stage 2 ECU reflash. Imperial blue exterior.
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I don't know. Are they really that far in the styling department? You judge:


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Yes, they are! The only common thing is colour and 4 black wheels

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Yes, they are! The only common thing is colour and 4 black wheels

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Here is mine interior (f11)

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Really very nice look interior of the car..i like it......
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Originally Posted by Milko75 View Post
Here is mine interior (f11)

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Really very nice look interior of the car..i like it......
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Originally Posted by porsche911targa View Post
V, even though you may have only been joking, I must say that, so far, I have seen nobody under low to mid 60's driving the new 5ers (not that there's anything wrong with that, and besides, I'm on my journey to the 60's myself, although not for another eight years).

In addition, I still mistake the F10 for a Buick, at least from far. This car has not done anything that makes me want to get one. I love my E60, but although the E60 is more luxurious, I still get more sheer pleasure driving my 3 series. I may not be young in age, but I guess I'm still young at heart and the F10 does nothing for my young heart, so far.

Although similar in looks, the F30 is probably in my future (more likely than the F10), just because it's smaller and more agile, although I am told that the newest 3 series has grown to the size of the E34. I hope they stop growing them, or down to the 1 series I go....

Tomorrow, we're expecting temps in the mid 50's in Massachusetts and I might just take my E93 topless.
I'm a green skin as far as owning a BM goes, but for whats its worth, I couldn't agree more. Sure people took a while to get used to the e60 and the design divided people, but it was a forward step not a backwards one (as far as looks and design go). The f10 looks like an "old mans car" compared to the e60. What a shame, perhaps it should be sold off the Mercedes.
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