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Old 07-07-1999, 01:31 PM
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Website for BMW

Does anyone know of any sites similar to this for BMW's? Thanks.


Old 07-07-1999, 01:54 PM
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Go to They have a mix MBZ & BMW board.
Old 07-07-1999, 02:00 PM
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Also try:
Old 07-07-1999, 05:03 PM
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There is a BMW mailing list run by a good friend of mine Rob Levinson. Go to

The list is well run and has a very good quality signal/noise ratio among its posts. Say hi to Rob for me. His list is the closest thing I've seen to a MercedesShop for BMW owners/enthusiasts.


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Any one know of a web site like this for Porsche's?


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For BMW's try
Old 01-01-2000, 09:48 PM
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Just finished it cover to cover. A great book to have around even though it's not directly MB related material. Most of the articles and tips can help to better your Mercedes-Benz "driving experience" so to speak. Highly recommended. Available at Borders and Barnes & Noble for around $30. Too bad no one has written a Benz equivalent! I guess they figure MB owners as people with more money than sense who have their work done at dealers. Shame shame.

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Old 08-31-2001, 10:23 PM
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BMW web sites need

Dear all.

I am looking for web sites which are similar to
Any tips or concerns will be helpful.
Thank you very much for your time and your help will be greatly appreciated.

Pete rgards
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They have an extensive forums for all types of BMWs as well as the new Mini, and Porsche.
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BMW Site Question

Good morning, Does anyone have a suggestion for a similar BMW site. This site has been a great recource for my Benz and I'm hoping there is one for the B.

Old 01-09-2002, 09:26 AM
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try, I believe this is the former board and there should be a seperate forum for each model series.

But, of course, no site could be as good as this one.
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Old 01-09-2002, 01:31 PM
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Hey guy thanks very much for the lead. I will check it out and I have to second your comment about this forum being the best.

A happy New Year and great health to you and yours.

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References to a good BMW site?

No, I'm not abandoning my favorite marque. But my little brother has done it again. Anyone see the reference last week that the Gumball rally was coming to America? Well, my brother has entered and been accepted. One small problem - he now needs a Gumball appropriate car. Despite my attempts to steer him toward a reasonable car (something new, something with a warranty, something made by MB...) he has fixated on getting an 8-series BMW - an E31, I think it's called. These are relatively rare birds - I've only occasionally seen one, never even met anybody who owns one. So we need to learn about the car. Can anyone point me to a BMW site that is, oh, 10% as useful as MBshop? Better yet, anyone have any first or second hand experience with this car? Thanks,

- Jim

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