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Old 27th February 2004, 06:17   #1
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Old 27th February 2004, 12:09   #3
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IMHO - I think this is a pretty good job and it has the 7 series engine tuned to the max, runs sweet at around 4.6 if i am not mistaken..so wouldnt mind owning one myself..but @ $200k+ I can only dream and also much rather have many other cars before this, eg the XJ220 (my ultimate fav)
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I second the yuk. The only visual effect that I like are the alloys. But $200K is ridiculous for what is after all a 3 series! I'd rather get a Modena for that kinda money.

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Hey i dont think its too bad in the looks department.

Strange co-incidence becoz i was just watching a video of a Hartge H50 today. Its a M3 with an M5 engine and tranny dropped in there! $120k in comparison. Looked like quite a fun car! ;-]

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Not very impressive but then, a fast car need not be good to look at. Al that matters is how this car performs on track.

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Hey crazi4speed

The car featured here looks kinda sad. A BMW M3 with scissor doors, yuk. BTW, Hamann has a habit of putting bigger engines into 3-series, ala AMG. They had put an M5 engine sometime back into a 3-series, and the car was twitching all over the place. I guess Hamman should leave the job of modifying BMWs to AC Schnitzer or Dinan who do a fantastic job of rejiggin BMWs.

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The car has some meaty alloys. But the scissor doors really look out of place out there. And the price is really ridiculous for the car. Like GTO said I'd get a 355 or even a pre owned Lambo for that kind of money.

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