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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Thu, Oct-02-2003, 12:35:19 PM   #1
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What you all think of a limited edition version of the M3 in Station Wagon form.

I know BMW made a few E34 M5 Wagons some years ago.


Notice that sports wagons are a trend... Even Jaguar are making em now. Sort of an Audi Sports Wagon Competitor.



The pic above is a quick p-shop of a friend of mine.
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What you all think of a limited edition version of the M3 in Station Wagon form.

I know BMW made a few E34 M5 Wagons some years ago.


Notice that sports wagons are a trend... Even Jaguar are making em now. Sort of an Audi Sports Wagon Competitor.



The pic above is a quick p-shop of a friend of mine.
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Heres a high res version of the pic.
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practical...wait, although I don't think this image was photoshopped, funny thing is the marker lights are from a regular 330, and it's hard to see what the wheel arch is because of light reflection.. To me it looks like someone took a 3 series wagon and tried to make a CSL out of it. Looks good though.
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Why would someone want that it is fkin UGLY! I have a hard enough time likeing 4 doors let alone some grocerygetter brady-bunch stationwagon! Just craziness!
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Agreed.....FUGLY.......Hate it.....and this is not the "egg shape" cayanne, or FX 35/45 look....It looks like a plain ole station wagon with ///M gills and CSL wheels..... Only way i would choose this ///M wagon is if my other choices were a gremlin and a pinto...Yuck...
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OK Gentlemen...

At least they made a one-off M5 for some big BMW Director in Germany.

Lets see if someone asks for an M3 for us to see the real thing...

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