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      10-11-2011, 03:08 PM   #23
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I fit 4 girls in the back of my car once. But they were all skinny so it wasn't that impressive I guess.
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      10-11-2011, 03:27 PM   #24
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I just finished unloading my new 60" plasma...and I brought it home in my E92! Unboxed it and folded the rear seats down so I had plenty of room. God I love this car
and you took no picture

Reminds me when I had my first ever new car a VW Beatle ... we moved and I took out the rear seats and the passenger seat ... then moved my then bulky 1965 24" Colour TV ... got quite a few laughs and smiles on the red lights
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      10-11-2011, 03:42 PM   #25
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nice!
Reminds me of what a German Comedian once said ...

He said (as part of his performance).

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I was in Africa and I meet this African beauty I married her, we then went to a zoo and she made me kiss this fat Hippo .... I should have married the Hippo and only kissed the African beauty .... I had no idea that an African beauty would gain so much weight over time ....

.... End Quote

Mind you the joke might have lost some of its meaning in my translation from German to English, still your 4 skiny girls reminded me
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      10-11-2011, 03:55 PM   #26
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I loaded once a 14'X 14' feet piece of a carpet in my MK II GTI. don't ask me how I did it, but I did. Drove 2 hours and delivered it to a client. He was surprised when the client saw me. He thought I was joking with him that the rug was in the back.
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I believe that's Radiation Joe with the Tree.
Yup. That was me, two Christmas'; 2008 and 2009. I also brought home a 55 inch TV in the back of that car, an 8' ladder and my Trek sl5200 in the current car as well as one Christmas tree, obviously at different times.

Turned some nice laps at Watkins Glen, too. Pretty good utility.
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      10-11-2011, 09:14 PM   #28
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A 46inch LCD barely fit in my e46 with the seats folded down... Not quite sure how u fit a 60inch in there
Maybe he folded it in half
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      10-12-2011, 10:49 AM   #29
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A 46inch LCD barely fit in my e46 with the seats folded down... Not quite sure how u fit a 60inch in there
E46 m3 is a lot narrower in the back. Just recently my friend and I tried putting his 60 inch in his 03 m3 and it wouldnt fit so we tried my car and it fit fine with the seats folded down. Just had to support it a lot underneath.
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      10-12-2011, 11:21 AM   #30
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I loaded once a 14'X 14' feet piece of a carpet in my MK II GTI. don't ask me how I did it, but I did. Drove 2 hours and delivered it to a client. He was surprised when the client saw me. He thought I was joking with him that the rug was in the back.
I can visualize it ... you put the backrest of the passenger seat all the way forward, put the backrests of the rear seats down then slipped it all the way in in an angle with about a foot or so sticking out of your trunk

I've done similar stuff in my 2004 jag
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E46 m3 is a lot narrower in the back. Just recently my friend and I tried putting his 60 inch in his 03 m3 and it wouldnt fit so we tried my car and it fit fine with the seats folded down. Just had to support it a lot underneath.
The e92 trunk is even narrower, I tried to slip a wine cooler into the back with the rear seats folded down ... it was a no go there was no chance in hell

Had it delivered
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I did manage to fit a wine cooler into my 2008 Audi TT...

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The e92 trunk is even narrower, I tried to slip a wine cooler into the back with the rear seats folded down ... it was a no go there was no chance in hell

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      10-12-2011, 11:42 AM   #33
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I keep a wine cooler in my cup holder. Helps tolerating rush hour traffic.
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      10-12-2011, 12:07 PM   #34
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I did manage to fit a wine cooler into my 2008 Audi TT...
My Benz was 200 KM away so I could not do what you did
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      10-12-2011, 12:08 PM   #35
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I keep a wine cooler in my cup holder. Helps tolerating rush hour traffic.
Hide it when you see him

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      02-11-2013, 02:18 PM   #36
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I believe that's Radiation Joe with the Tree.
I put my road bike in the trunk with the rear seats folded down. Love it!
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      02-11-2013, 05:15 PM   #37
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      02-11-2013, 05:23 PM   #38
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It definitely beats the E90 in terms of utility.
How is that, exactly?
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Nice.

I have transported a lawn mower in the E93.
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Last month, I'm driving with a friend when she spies a furniture store closing sign...and finds a Queen-sized headboard at a fantastic price....gotta have it prior to closing time; no time to find a friend with a pick-up truck.

So....

It's either a picture of a good sale item, or a picture of my new E93 M Spoiler.

Amazing what you can get inside a cabriolet....

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I fit 4 girls in the back of my car once. But they were all skinny so it wasn't that impressive I guess.
I fit 2 girls in my Honda S2000 in the passenger seat (with the roof up in the car)
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e90 M-Tree

I would like to see an M under the Christmas tree not the Christmas tree inside my M.
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LOl


Last month, I'm driving with a friend when she spies a furniture store closing sign...and finds a Queen-sized headboard at a fantastic price....gotta have it prior to closing time; no time to find a friend with a pick-up truck.

So....

It's either a picture of a good sale item, or a picture of my new E93 M Spoiler.

Amazing what you can get inside a cabriolet....

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Any noticable increase in downforce?
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I just finished unloading my new 60" plasma...and I brought it home in my E92! Unboxed it and folded the rear seats down so I had plenty of room. God I love this car
Lol 3D I hope I love doing $1k Costco runs in my E92. People stop and just shake their heads
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