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Old 1st December 2007, 08:03   #91
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She really looks good in white kbk, congratulations.

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Looks far out. Butttttttttttttttt....street parking an M3?
I guess you dont really have much choice in some parts of Mumbai.
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Old 1st December 2007, 17:03   #92
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Nice nice!

Hmm..maybe not speedrun, but when are you going to take her out on some nice twisty roads? Maybe the next big TBHP drive?? (provided its when i am around )

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Old 1st December 2007, 21:39   #93
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wow!Thats a truly gorgeous car, kbk!and a mighty powerhouse under the hood.Congrats man!Have loads of fun and drive safe!
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Old 1st December 2007, 22:40   #94
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Looks far out. Butttttttttttttttt....street parking an M3?
dude kbk u can park her on my street anyday...i'll even watch her for u while ur away, u just have to leave the keys with me

but where in mumbai do u get a chance to let her strech her pretty legs and let the hoses gallop...
this is what mumbai does to all that horse power ----
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Super Buy... IMO White is quite sober and does not bring out the real lines and design of the car.

Bahh .. Who cares when its a M3. eh?

Nice choice. That Engine is one the best rated engines in the world in terms of reliability, build, performance and a whole lot of other things.

Let us know what it feels like when you open her up on a open road.
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Congratulations KBK! That is one sexy car. I hope you have made big speeds and hand party in car! cheers:
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OK, here's one more pic...
A beautiful shot!
The white paint, and dark wheels and roof contrast each other very nicely indeed. That isn't a panaromic roof now, is it?

I like the vents on the hood.

How many kms have you put on the odo yet?

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That is one sexy car. I hope you have made big speeds and hand party in car! cheers:
YIKES ! I hope not!!

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If I know KBK (and I do) then he has probably already made liquid explosion at high speed! Congrats KBK!
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A beautiful shot!
The white paint, and dark wheels and roof contrast each other very nicely indeed. That isn't a panaromic roof now, is it?

I like the vents on the hood.

How many kms have you put on the odo yet?
Thats a carbon fiber roof that debuted in the M6.
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Old 5th December 2007, 18:54   #101
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Hi guys, just got back from Goa! I've never missed being in Bombay as much as I have the past few days!

@ GTO: Fortunately I have a closed garage for her, but you can't get much by way of pics in there can you?!

@ Lancer: Speed97 is what it takes to run the M3. It's available in Bombay and on the Expressway outside Pune, not sure where else, so my list of places to go will be somewhat limited for a while!

@ Rehaan: Thinking of taking her up to Mabi, that should provide the twisties eh?!

@Iron: I've taken her to JUST under 6,000 rpm (inadvertantly) and the party starts somewhere just over 5,000 to be honest. I normally switch between 5 - 5,500 rpm, so I've not really had a taste of what the REAL power is all about yet!

@Aah: Not sure how many Kms I've done. Ran just over 100 Kms in my first 24 hours with her. But I've been away for five days. Will have to make up for lost time!

@Chram: You know me? You sure?

Thanks for all the kind words again guys, I'll be sure to take some more pics and keep posting them.
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kbk would love some pictures of the car's interior too. Happy motoring .

As for long drives... you can always try putting octane boosters in reliance petrol. I guess you'd get less fuel efficiency and power but what the hell.... long drives are atleast possible.

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Here's one that I posted in another thread, but here it is again...

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@Iron: I've taken her to JUST under 6,000 rpm (inadvertantly) and the party starts somewhere just over 5,000 to be honest. I normally switch between 5 - 5,500 rpm, so I've not really had a taste of what the REAL power is all about yet!.
Pure blisss !! Not many of us can say that unless you ride a bike and shift at 5500 rpm on avg

And what happened to your "i am gonna run her in easy" plans
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Here's one that I posted in another thread, but here it is again...
kbk , congrats on the car .

Could you shed light on how a BMW customer is treated after the car is delivered in terms of service and support .
How is the warranty on this car ? ,2 years ? unlimited mileage ? unlimted support ? personal service manager available 24X7 ...?? parts flown in air to be available in 8 hours or 24 hours within after breakdown ..?? how is the service level agreement .Just curious how would BMW treat for a such high paying customer .

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