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  • #31
    Real shame.

    Kevs car was one of the first I saw (when it was on M Parallels) that car was one of the reasons that helped me decide to get a E30


    • #32
      Originally posted by Kevin
      Where are you guys getting the pictures to look at ? I can't see any of Kev's but I can see the one "H a n" posted.

      Kev, Glad your ok and it sounds as if you are starting to get it all back in perspective.
      They are all in his post on Page 2 of the thread, do they not show up for you at all?
      Chris L.

      Spray paint and tire shine doesn't equate to a "restoration!"


      • #33
        Originally posted by ROBM3
        What were the exact words that came outta your wife's mouth, after she found out ?:mario:

        well at least the CF intake wasnt harmed !!
        "Are you okay?"

        She later said, "Don't be bummed out, you'll just have to get another M3 to build."

        /// M3NTAL Kev


        • #34
          Originally posted by UNHCLL
          They are all in his post on Page 2 of the thread, do they not show up for you at all?
          That's really wierd, yesterday I couldn't see them, not eve the little image box with a x in it, now they are there in all their gory detail.

          Anyway that's an aside, I've seen car in worse condition straightened out. Of course it could look different when you get close up.

          Kev, Good Luck with your rebuild.
          Cecotto/Ravaglia Register.


          • #35
            Originally posted by M3NTAL Kev

            She later said, "Don't be bummed out, you'll just have to get another M3 to build."
            she's a keeper...
            Glad you're ok man, it will all work out... sorry to hear about the car...
            1990 e30 m3


            • #36
              Kev - please try to rebuild it. I hate to see these things go to the crusher.



              • #37
                Kev rebuild is the word of the day.


                • #38
                  To quote Rocky, "It ain't so bad".

                  I think the best thing to come out of this is your wifes attitude. I think I would have a heart attack if my wife said "You will just have to get another M3". Some guys have all the luck. Bet she's cute too:-)

                  If nothing else it has moved you in the right direction, you definitely belong on the track. I predict high 37's for you next year. Good luck Kev. Like I said before, if you need any help, let me know.

                  Now...about that beer!
                  1990 M3
                  1991 318is
                  1994 325is
                  2004 Kia Sorento


                  • #39
                    glad you are ok. cars can be fixed or replaced easily.


                    Ruining Motorsport one M3 at a time...


                    • #40

                      I'm possibly looking at an '88 M3 that was rear ended. Apparently still drives straight. I'm really only interested in the motor and tranny. Drop me an Email here in Markham if you want to talk more about this .....

                      [email protected]


                      • #41
                        Haven't been around in a bit but I see the pics are up. Once again sorry for your lose but fortunately you and the instructor were fine.

                        Good luck with the car.
                        Who knows where I'll be, changes from day to Continent.


                        • #42
                          Very sorry about the lost, know you've heard it quite a bit, but one more won't hurt.

                          Gone but not forgotten 1988 E30 M3 - Current ride Mazdaspeed 6