Greetings from wet Seattle!

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SeattleZ3
Joined: Tue 21 Oct, 2014 21:33
Posts: 4

  Z3 roadster 2.8

Greetings from wet Seattle!

Post by SeattleZ3 » Thu 23 Oct, 2014 01:51

Hello everyone!

I was referred to this wonderful place by Southernboy aka Barry and already feel at home. I look forward to learning more about BMW and the Z line of cars.

Our baby is a 1998 Z3 2.8L with 139k on the ticker. Having Inspection 1 done on Nov 1st so here is hoping all goes well!

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See yall in the forum!
Chris

bertiejaffa
Joined: Fri 26 Jul, 2013 10:28
Posts: 1715

  M roadster S50
Location: Manchester

Re: Greetings from wet Seattle!

Post by bertiejaffa » Thu 23 Oct, 2014 13:32

I like that roof colour combo - welcome
Here come the girls.....
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Bowler
Joined: Sun 27 Oct, 2013 18:43
Posts: 378

  Z3 roadster 1.9
Location: Doncaster

Re: Greetings from wet Seattle!

Post by Bowler » Thu 23 Oct, 2014 18:01

Welcome to the wonderful world of Z
In love with driving again (its the Z effect)

TR4man
Joined: Wed 24 Oct, 2012 14:34
Posts: 431

  Z4 coupe 3.0si
Location: Woore, Near Nantwich, Cheshire

Re: Greetings from wet Seattle!

Post by TR4man » Thu 23 Oct, 2014 18:18

It does look very nice, but whilst they may be effective, I'm not convinced by the aesthetics of the mud flaps.

Jonco
Joined: Sat 04 Jun, 2011 08:24
Posts: 382

  Z3 roadster 1.9
Location: Cheshire

Re: Greetings from wet Seattle!

Post by Jonco » Thu 23 Oct, 2014 21:06

Welcome - we unfortunately do `wet' over here but it has been delayed this year.

SeattleZ3
Joined: Tue 21 Oct, 2014 21:33
Posts: 4

  Z3 roadster 2.8

Re: Greetings from wet Seattle!

Post by SeattleZ3 » Fri 24 Oct, 2014 16:27

Thanks much for the warm welcome! Hope to learn a lot here, Im actually looking at a 740il for myself now.

The mudflaps were interesting to see on the car. Visually, i actually dig it because it seems to add a little more presence to the car and do add a weird stance style without geting new suspension.
Downside? They do scrap on steep driveways which i hate... Im thinking of trimming them up a couple inches though.

I dont even know if they are effective haha

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