Z4 Coupe

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Ken, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. Ken

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    Elegant sports car :nod

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  2. Ken

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    And they only produced 12,000 of them total from '06-'08.
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  3. a1fa

    a1fa Throttle Jockey™

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  4. Ken

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    And you can get used ones from $17k up to $29k for a garage queen with 15,000 miles. Tack on about 3-5k more to each price for the "M" version.
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  5. falconati

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    One of my coworkers has one and loves it. Fast car, and really pretty.
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  6. Ken

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    I hope I'm going to love mine :lol3

    The interior of the one I think I just bought.

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    Those are the "M" seats. It was a $500 option on the new cars. Cool option.
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  7. DriveShaft

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    way way better than the penis-mobile it replaced. classy.
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  8. a1fa

    a1fa Throttle Jockey™

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    congrats Ken! Looking forward to seeing some young sexy chicks posing in, and on, your new ride!
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    No bitches allowed ON the finish :nah :yikes :lol3
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  10. Ken

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    When I started this search it was the Z3 coupe that I was looking for but when I started looking at the Z4 :tb


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    Z3 Coupe
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  11. Jurgen

    Jurgen Trolljegeren Super Moderator

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    What the hell? When did Ken develop taste? :huh


    (Nice looking ride there Ken)
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  12. cogitate

    cogitate What Marcellus Wallace Looks Like

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    Careful of those garage queens. You may find yourself playing for the other team :loll



    Not that there is anything wrong with that.
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  13. FPGT72

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    I always liked this version better......I currently have a 1967 Triumph GT6 and just love the style of that car.....I always figured that I could get a good BMW for what I have in the GT6.....but I just can't bring myself to part with the Triumph.

    One thing I am sure of tho, is as I get older the ability to drive it is getting longer and longer in the classic car is getting shorter and shorter....I just don't want to wrench on them anymore.

    I have 5 cars in my garage, 2 get driven every day, 3 have sat for a year, an opel GT the GT6 and a Fiat 850 Spyder....all cool cars, all are missing good heat, have no AC and no Cup holders.....When the fuck did I get old.

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  14. Thinc2

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    Beautiful!

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  15. eric1514

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    I always thought that's the car you got when your wife finally allowed you to buy a "sports car". A BMW station wagon.

    Eric
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  16. Speedo66

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    A friend has a Z-3 Coupe, and I always enjoy driving it. I can only imagine the Z-4 is better yet.

    Good luck with it!
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  17. FPGT72

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    I look at it like the GT6, MGA coupe, E-type coupe....along those lines....for a BMW wagon look to the 7 series, HOT LOOKING CAR.
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  18. DriveShaft

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    It's more like a BMW Civic Si hot hatch. :lol3 Except it's a pure 2-seater.

    Don't get me wrong wrt penis-mobile, I really wanted the Z3 Coupe when it came out. Damn functional sports car. Fun to drive.
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  19. A-Bone

    A-Bone Indubitably

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    Same here... Looks even better in person than in the pictures..

    This may be why Ken bought one: they look even better from the back..

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    And with a rear hatch like that it is ready and willing to be curred of its bitchines:

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  20. Crocker

    Crocker Just passing through

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    cool car, when you getting the stars and bars painted on the roof?
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