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just an observation

I think Wayne is taking total control of the B.M.W. message board!LOL
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Dude... he owns it... he's just taking back his kingdom
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Yeah I know just trying to insite a little humor
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I think its great, He knows his E36's And for that I am thankful!
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I think he has finally dug himself out from under at least some of the huge mountain of work he usually takes on, so he decided to stop by his BBS again. It is also obvious that he has been wrapping up his 3-series book, so the info is fresh in his head...

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it's good to see owners keeping in touch with the customers and friends.It's too bad for me I didn't find this site long ago. I have been owning B.M.W.'s for about 15yrs now, and have spent about 5yrs working on them as well as Porsches. I am one of the lucky people who get to work with the cars I love.
I have however found 1 drawback to driving the p-car. I hate to get out of it and put it to bed. Oh well could be worse!
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I understand that a forum like this doesn't really grow without people getting good answers to questions. I just completed the 101 Projects book (actually 99 out of 101 are done), and I'm excited, and I know it's going to be very successful, because the questions asked here (about 90%) will be answered by the book.

I understand that Pelican is a relatively new player in the BMW market, and if we are to gain and gather the following that we have in the BMW market, then we need to support our customers in similar ways. I have about 10,000 photos that I took for the book, that I wish to share here.

So, help me out and please help spread the word - this is the place to go for tech advice, good selection on parts, and relatively little BS!



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Hi wayne... I will help spread the word. But, Most of my friends have Audis, and VW's.... Any chance you will become a All German import place?
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