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    2006 Coupe | Black Sapphire Metallic | Natural Brown | Gruppe M Intake | Corsa TSE3 | Continental DWS 06 | Koni Yellows |

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    Welcome and hope you find what you need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vas View Post
    Welcome.

    I'm not affiliated with this sale but this is a nice example.


    2003 silver grey, black leather, 6spd with 145k. Has maintenance records which is key.

    Location is Georgia

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    Saw this on Facebook today, looks very well sorted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWM3186 View Post
    Saw this on Facebook today, looks very well sorted.

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    Thank you San and Oli.

    Anyone have a link for the sale mentioned above?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skelkar116 View Post
    Thank you San and Oli.

    Anyone have a link for the sale mentioned above?

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    Here is the thread here on the forum
    http://www.zhpmafia.com/forums/showt...2003-Sedan-ZHP

    The seller listed the car on the zhpmafia facebook page.

    His - 2004 Imola Red / Alcantara 330i | 6MT | ZHP |

    Her's - 2005 Black Sapphire Metallic / Black Leather 330i | 6MT | ZHP |

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    welcome, shiv! glad to have you aboard. as a fellow dad i will suggest you look for a sedan. the coupe doors are HUGE and even without kids needing ingress/egress from the back seat, they are a pain for parking.

    the ZHP is a very versatile vehicle - they can do a surprising amount of things well. the sedan moreso. i love the grey as well - i hope you find a nice one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skelkar116 View Post
    Afternoon folks,

    At the beginning of this year I decided I was going to do something for myself. Most Father's here can attest, it becomes about the wife and the kids first. In my new field I searched for different classes and styles of vehicles to purchase. Wasn't until April when I rented a '16 328i that I realized I wanted a BMW. The overall experience was unparalleled, I found myself realizing there are vehicles made for more than "point a to point b", a foreign concept to my utilitarian view on motor vehicles.

    -Shiv

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    This was me about 20 years ago when I too finally realized how much fun driving could be. For me it was a ride in a friends M3 coupe. Since then we've had 3 kids and bought a 2007 328i/e90 sedan (N52 straight six, Sport/Premium, 6MT, no iDrive). It's been a blast and is the "best 5-series" BMW ever built, as some internet pundits have said.

    Anyway, the e90 is a great car and I'm still using it as a DD at 125K on the ODO... but a ZHP. You've found the right spot my friend. To me the ZHP hits all the right BMW buttons (chassis/suspension and steering) with enough oomph, affordable maintenance/insurance and the family-friendly feel. Our kids are in HS or college, but it didn't stop us from buying a ZHP as a fun car. Now I'm itching to get another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slater View Post
    welcome, shiv! glad to have you aboard. as a fellow dad i will suggest you look for a sedan. the coupe doors are HUGE and even without kids needing ingress/egress from the back seat, they are a pain for parking.

    the ZHP is a very versatile vehicle - they can do a surprising amount of things well. the sedan moreso. i love the grey as well - i hope you find a nice one!

    +1 for the sedan. The door size, the seating position, the extra doors -- all of it makes the car much more useful than the coupe. I can make my coupe work since I don't have kiddos, but it's still less convenient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vas View Post
    Here is the thread here on the forum
    http://www.zhpmafia.com/forums/showt...2003-Sedan-ZHP

    The seller listed the car on the zhpmafia facebook page.
    Thank you, Vas will look into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slater View Post
    welcome, shiv! glad to have you aboard. as a fellow dad i will suggest you look for a sedan. the coupe doors are HUGE and even without kids needing ingress/egress from the back seat, they are a pain for parking.

    the ZHP is a very versatile vehicle - they can do a surprising amount of things well. the sedan moreso. i love the grey as well - i hope you find a nice one!

    Thanks, slater. You make good points, I think sedan is the way to go. I have a 12 yr old who is 5'10, if he ever sat in the back of a coupe I wouldn't be able to enjoy the ride over his complaining ha ha!

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