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Handling is EX, and 700nm stock. Yes the misses like it.
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On 11/12/2022 at 2:26 AM, Tomchri said:

Handling is EX, and 700nm stock. Yes the misses like it.
Cheers Tom. a7607262538f8a60da1f63d3e97c7915.jpg8d0f26c8dfe55e4191633e94f6be58f5.jpg

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Nice- one of the better looking modern beeeeemers.

I have a 2000 740i E38 myself.  4.4 litre beast, sounds mighty, most of the electrics work, only marginal rust around the rear arches 🙂.  A pleasure to drive.

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5 hours ago, footgoose said:

...The GTV6 was a glorious auto....

Indeed. I would have loved to have one at the time, but as a "financially disadvanted" student it was completely out of the question. :(

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20 hours ago, Joe said:

I love these cars, and yes the V6 sounds glorious.

 

If you find yourself in NE Tennessee, swing by and we can take mine out, I need a good excuse to drive it more.  

I wish today's engines were pretty as Busso V6.

 

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16 minutes ago, HRC_V4 said:

If you find yourself in NE Tennessee, swing by and we can take mine out, I need a good excuse to drive it more.  

I wish today's engines were pretty as Busso V6.

 

B) Docc, add this to our Spring SSR Wat points please.

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1 hour ago, HRC_V4 said:

If you find yourself in NE Tennessee, swing by and we can take mine out, I need a good excuse to drive it more.  

I wish today's engines were pretty as Busso V6.

 

 

1 hour ago, Joe said:

B) Docc, add this to our Spring SSR Wat points please.

Still hoping @HRC_V4 will get in on the sSSR in May . . . 

Promise the guy a TechSession and he shows up with his rollaway . . . :luigi::nerd::drink:

 

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1 hour ago, docc said:

 

Still hoping @HRC_V4 will get in on the sSSR in May . . . 

Promise the guy a TechSession and he shows up with his rollaway . . . :luigi::nerd::drink:

 

Not sure I can (or want to) fab a tow hitch for the GTV6, think I could shoe horn this into a spine frame? (Too much for a Tech session?)

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Enjoyed that memory; as an 18 year old my Dad hit his mid life crisis & bought the 2.0 four cylinder model that came before the V6. 
I fell in love with the sound of the engine, the look of the car & the handling :wub:

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On 1/4/2023 at 8:35 PM, HRC_V4 said:

Not sure I can (or want to) fab a tow hitch for the GTV6, think I could shoe horn this into a spine frame? (Too much for a Tech session?)

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Toyota Tundras... had three of them. Bought a new Limited Crew Cab in 2005, which lasted until an accident a few years ago (still sore about that guy that lost control and hit my truck in a driveway...)

Have had two others, both used with over 200,000 miles. Still have the 2006 SR5 Crew Cab that my daughter drives. Spent last weekend on my back replacing the steering rack, struts, shocks, tie-rods, sway bar bushings, rotors, calipers, etc. I think everything I took out was original parts (except brake rotors). Almost ready for another 200,000 miles.

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