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Check out Real Muscle Car Miami. They have a lot of cool imports. Weekend get away for you maybe. haha

I follow their IG as they post a lot of cool cars.

 

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I've always liked those but $17K with 160K miles? Fuck are they going up in price or is something super rare about this one?
 

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From what I can tell it's just super original, except for I think the head unit. Knock a few thousand off and I think it'd be in the right price range.
 
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oh fuuuuck yeah id love something like that once dust settles
 
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wtf
 
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stick 540i


Bru Bru you drove one of these within the past 3-4 years and was rather uninspired by it, right?
 

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Bru Bru you drove one of these within the past 3-4 years and was rather uninspired by it, right?
I drove a sport package 540 with automatic transmission, and the 18:1 steering ratio was really off-putting; it also uses recirculating ball steering versus rack and pinion on the six cylinder. The 530 had a much tighter 14:1 ratio. So the car just felt really lazy in corners, and also I was driving one with 100,000 miles that had no history of shock replacement. For something mags claimed to be a mini M5, I wholly disagreed. The M5 had a much tighter steering ratio.
 

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