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spencers

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My new deer killer, a 2006 330i sport, sparking graphite, terra interior, 6-speed manual. I've now owned every generation of 3-series BMW since the late 80's model E30, which was my first car.

Bought it on New Years Eve and has been a blast ever since.

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Ann P

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Some snazzy-looking beemers in here. :) Mineral grey and graphite are quite the popular colors.

My f30 after the first carwash in months!
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Heavy Fluid

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Orrrr, you could just call it a BMW, since that is shorter than beemer, bimmer, whatever.

This thread needs less imports. :)

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kbright1892

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I think I've posted this before but it's a new thread so... Adding to the 3 series theme, my F30 335.

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Anonymous Freak

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Aerospace Engineering - University of Texas



The funny part is...I work in the oil and gas industry. Go figure.

Hahahah... I took Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Work in the software industry. (And not the Aerospace software industry, either.)

Although I do know people who work at Boeing, SpaceX, NASA, Lockheed-Martin.

Still have my college-era license plate. (The car died a painful death on the freeway my last year - ironically while I was going the speed limit...)

Also pictured is the back end of my current car.
 

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dallas112678

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Hahahah... I took Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Work in the software industry. (And not the Aerospace software industry, either.)

Although I do know people who work at Boeing, SpaceX, NASA, Lockheed-Martin.

Still have my college-era license plate. (The car died a painful death on the freeway my last year - ironically while I was going the speed limit...)

Also pictured is the back end of my current car.

Yah, I have a friend working in the not aerospace software industry also. We all graduated when sequestration (and the budget cuts that came with it) was happening so there were massive hiring freezes across the industry. As a result, the vast majority of my aerospace classmates are in the oil and gas industry with me.
 
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