Introducing our Z4

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Mint
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Introducing our Z4

Post by Mint » Fri 03 Apr, 2015 22:29

Well, we've only gone and done it. We've treated ourselves to an early (big) birthday present. We've bought a Z4 to keep our Z3 company in the garage. She's a 2006, 2.5 Si Sport in Metallic Silver Grey with 40,000 on the clock on BMW Style 101 rims. She was the eighth Z4 we looked at and we travelled as far afield as Preston, Leeds, Lichfield and Derby. Finally bought her over in Northants. The first three photos are from my phone and the rest are from the advert. Perhaps some proper photos later...
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Re: Introducing our Z4

Post by brilie » Fri 03 Apr, 2015 22:33

Pictures taken in your back yard Dave?

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Re: Introducing our Z4

Post by Mint » Fri 03 Apr, 2015 22:36

brilie wrote:Pictures taken in your back yard Dave?
What gave it away Brian? :)
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Re: Introducing our Z4

Post by gookah » Fri 03 Apr, 2015 22:38

beautiful.. there is something about Bangle's flame surfacing that, now we have got used to it, makes the angles look so clean.
Even the chicken's bum rear looks good.

Z3 and Z4 are two totally different cars in style and accomplishment. You have the best of both worlds, so enjoy.
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I have an element of 'M-styling' on my car, If that's a good enough reason for the manufacturers to adorn a 320 with the M badge, then its certainly a good enough reason for me..

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Re: Introducing our Z4

Post by Mint » Fri 03 Apr, 2015 22:54

gookah wrote:beautiful.. there is something about Bangle's flame surfacing that, now we have got used to it, makes the angles look so clean.
Even the chicken's bum rear looks good.
Z3 and Z4 are two totally different cars in style and accomplishment. You have the best of both worlds, so enjoy.
Cheers gookah, looking forward to getting some miles under my belt in the 4. About 100 miles home so far...
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Re: Introducing our Z4

Post by Del » Sat 04 Apr, 2015 00:01

Looks like a lovely car :) I think I would be tempted to get rid of the Z3 if I bought something like a newer and more refined Z4.

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Re: Introducing our Z4

Post by Mint » Sat 04 Apr, 2015 09:03

Del wrote:Looks like a lovely car :) I think I would be tempted to get rid of the Z3 if I bought something like a newer and more refined Z4.
Nooooo, we can't sell our 3. She is a unique colour combo :D
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