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red35 last won the day on February 7 2012

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About red35

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  • Birthday 25/06/1971

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    04 645ci

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  1. Wow. That's errr.... expensive for a rotten Alpina!
  2. Would need to be sensible money as it failed its MOT in February this year with lots of rot
  3. red35


    Parking on the pavement is fine if its done sensibly. I live in a narrow street and park with just the width of my wheels on the pavement which still allows a wheelchair/double buggy to pass and gives more room in the road for larger vehicles to get by. Sadly most people seem to abandon their cars at a stupid angle blocking the whole path!
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    Goodbye my friend.

    Glad everyone was ok but what sort of cockwomble stops in the outside lane because of low sun?! Slow down yes, but don't stop ffs!
  5. red35

    Parts price

    Hi, Could I have a price for a rear bearing bolt and nut please. Part numbers: 33306793897 and 33326760383 Cheers, Daz.
  6. red35

    Champagne II on AT

    That looks a very nice car and I quite like the wheels but at that money it would need to be super low mileage and properly mint. They would need to get the drivers seat bolster and front door handles sorted for a start off.
  7. red35

    e32 750iL Calypso Red

    Unfortunately not I owned it for around 3 years and should have stashed it away for future cruising, but a Supra Turbo project and a strong desire for V8 noises saw its regretful sale.
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    e32 750iL Calypso Red

    Look a very nice car in the pics This is my Alpina'd 735 8.5 and 10 x 17" wheels and fibreglass replica spoiler. (standard ride height) I used black vinyl to 'shadowline' the chrome bits for a while but removed it as the bumpers looked better with the chrome. Front clears look ok but clear rear lights are crap quality and look naff imho.
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    Lets see your BMWs that you have owned

    Most of the time I just switch it off and use my right foot instead
  10. red35

    Lets see your BMWs that you have owned

    I had an initial problem with a duff alternator which killed my battery and IVM but apart from that its an epic car! Plenty of poke with a sweet V8 soundtrack to go with it and she handles quite well for 1650kg. Oil leaks can be a problem on the N62 but mine had been thoroughly gone through by the PO so I don't have any (at the mo ) A 650i was my first choice as they have a few more ponies and do slightly better on fuel, but they were none for sale within sensible distance and this one looked to good to miss. Edit It could do with an LSD as the traction is constantly working overtime even in the dry
  11. red35

    Lets see your BMWs that you have owned

    Here's my selection minus a 1990 318i and a 2002 318Ti which I don't have any pictures of. 1985 M535i dogleg manual with Recaros. Jazzy B owns this now. 1992 735i manual with Alpina goodies 1992 850i A with a lovely V12! My current 645ci with V8 goodness as standard
  12. red35

    To enclose or not to enclose?

    I find the 1:18 stuff fairly robust so that stays open on the shelf but the 1:43 stuff is in perspex boxes.
  13. red35

    E32 735i Manual £1995

    I had a manual a few years ago. Much better than the slushbox fitted to most of them. If it had been a V8 I'd still have it now!
  14. red35

    Delta Integrale

    ^ This. And what point did an Integrale become a 5 door saloon?
  15. red35

    E65 730D - New battery needed

    I replaced the Bosch one in my 645 with a Lucas LP019 (95AH) one from Advanced battery supplies on Ebay. £84 delivered.