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Discussion in 'E39 (1997-2003)' started by MFarisE39, Jun 13, 2008.

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    Hello everyone! My name is Mike and I just bought a 1999 540i.

    Although I'm a new member, I'm a previous believer, owning both an '87 325iC and an '81 320i. I traded both for a '94 Cadillac ETC. Served me well an took 300k miles from me. RIP. What's funny is I drove the 540i off the lot, I thought to myself.... I'm back! I love these cars!

    Thank you for allowing me to be a part of the greatest automobile ever!

    Mike
    Ennis, TX.

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    Hello I am also a new member, I just bought a 2000 540i 6. my first BMW. and it only took 38 yrs... :)

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    Hello, all.

    Been a CCA member for about 10 years, new to the forums.

    Previously had an e34 (my first BMW, bought on an impulse for cheap) then bought my
    E39 98 540i with 50K on it 5 years ago. It now has 180K, started doing my own work on it about a year ago. Put a Zionsville Autosport radiator kit in it this past winter and replaced the water pump at the time. Umnitza HID angel eyes at the same time.

    Bought an E36 M3 convertible 3 years ago, put 7000 miles on it in 3 years, figured out that I am not a convertible guy. Traded it in on my dream car 2 months ago, so now I have a 2003 M5 Imola Red with 45K. Plan to drive the 540 in the ice and snow and the M5 the rest of the time, with any luck, drive it until gasoline becomes unavailable in the United States! :)

    Girlfriend has a 2003 330Xi which I help her maintain as well.

    I'm looking forward to hanging out with you all!
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    Thanks, Scott. I really appreciate the tips.

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