I am in the process of restoring a 1988 BMW 750iL. I put it in a storage facility until I could afford to do the work, and until recently, all was well. My car sustained minor VANDALISM. That's right. Somebody molested my BMW. Pictures are below. Thankfully, all they did was rip the fuel door off (it's nowhere to be found - I looked). But I was just outraged at the principle of the thing. It would be one thing if I had ticked somebody off, cut them off in traffic, etc. Sadly, BMW envy has resulted in more than one beautiful car getting its paint damaged by keying or other vandalism. What's particularly striking about this is that my car nor myself did anything (to my knowledge) to warrant this kind of violence against an automobile. It wasn't blocking anyone in or out. It had a whole section of the wall all to itself, not harming or bothering a soul. It's sad that there are a (thankfully) small number of people that just don't have any concept of respect for another person's property: if it ain't yours, you don't f**k with it! (Pardon my french). Most people would not want to see their loved ones or cherished material things screwed with. Totally understandable. Which is why it's baffling when those few knuckleheads out there can't relate to respecting what belongs to someone else. Irate tirade over. I rode 10 miles on the bus, then 14 miles on my bicycle to see my baby today, and then another 6 on that same bicycle to visit a friend. All in all, I was mostly relieved to see that my prized car suffered no further indignities than to have a small piece of her body callously RIPPED from her hindquarter panel. No one should have to experience having a chunk of skin ripped from their body. Especially if you did nothing to warrant such a barbaric act. Sorry people. I'm kind of tripping right now. Hope everyone understands. I don't have much in the line of material possesions, and even though not currently running, this is still the nicest, classiest vehicle I have ever owned. I do what I can with this car under current conditions, but no one should have to experience this to their personal property.