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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Ken, Jan 14, 2013.
And so the adventure begins
That guy reminds me of this guy.
I didn't want to look as I thought the dog might fall out of the car
Well, I do know that the car will get to 120mph really quick and it sits down at that speed
You know what's funny, Ken? I learned the very same thing the first time I drove a Z4.
And I've spent the last two hours sitting in the car reading the owners manuals. Damn, this is a cool car
The interior and gauges are simple too and I've read that simple was what they were going for. Perfect for a sports car. Mine didn't come with a GPS (on purpose) as that technology is useless after a couple of years. I don't want old technology bolted onto my car. YMMV
Your lips must be getting tired.
Nice car Ken! I considered that route, but never found one local to test drive and check out. There's a guy in my area with a white one that I see all the time. Fun rare sports car! The kind of cars BMW should produce more of.
thats a beautiful car but isn't there a problem with the rear axle?
Are those 24" spinners?
That's not a hurricane Sandy special, is it?
When does the Toxic Z4 thread start
I can't wait to see the track day pics, with him at full lock, sliding through the turns.
Could someone photoshop my head onto a sliding Z4 Coupe photo please
Disconnect the traction control and you can do full lock slides like a sprint car. Otherwise it is a no go.
That looks like fun
But first I think I have to get the suspension fixed. Some kind of knocking in the front right side