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10-29-1998, 09:30 AM
Alittle off topic, and probably kind<br>of personal at the same time. Just <br>wanted to get some figures on avg. <br>annual salary/residence/and of course<br>what type of BMW (model/year/price or<br>monthly lease payments per month) you <br>drive.<p>I don't care for names, or your e-mail<br>addresses, just kinda curious. Leave <br>an anonymous post, but TRUTHFUL!<p>So I guess that I'll start it off. <br>NYC/$60,000-year/'99 E46 328i/<br>$550-month. I figured that most people<br>on this salary would never be able to <br>afford something like this, unless you <br>are living at home with your parents, don't<br>pay any rent, and they feed you for free <br>(kinda like ME!).<p>Thanks for all responses, once again I <br>think that this will give us a more better<br>demographic/socio-economic understanding<br>of each other.

no-name
10-29-1998, 09:51 AM
<i>: Alittle off topic, and probably kind<br>: of personal at the same time. Just <br>: wanted to get some figures on avg. <br>: annual salary/residence/and of course<br>: what type of BMW (model/year/price or<br>: monthly lease payments per month) you <br>: drive.<p>: I don't care for names, or your e-mail<br>: addresses, just kinda curious. Leave <br>: an anonymous post, but TRUTHFUL!<p>: So I guess that I'll start it off. <br>: NYC/$60,000-year/'99 E46 328i/<br>: $550-month. I figured that most people<br>: on this salary would never be able to <br>: afford something like this, unless you <br>: are living at home with your parents, don't<br>: pay any rent, and they feed you for free <br>: (kinda like ME!).<p>: Thanks for all responses, once again I <br>: think that this will give us a more better<br>: demographic/socio-economic understanding<br>: of each other.<p></i>

Bill Gates
10-29-1998, 10:32 AM
<gggi>: Alittle off topic, and probably kind<br>: of personal at the same time. Just <br>: wanted to get some figures on avg. <br>: annual salary/residence/and of course<br>: what type of BMW (model/year/price or<br>: monthly lease payments per month) you <br>: drive.<p>: I don't care for names, or your e-mail<br>: addresses, just kinda curious. Leave <br>: an anonymous post, but TRUTHFUL!<p>: So I guess that I'll start it off. <br>: NYC/$60,000-year/'99 E46 328i/<br>: $550-month. I figured that most people<br>: on this salary would never be able to <br>: afford something like this, unless you <br>: are living at home with your parents, don't<br>: pay any rent, and they feed you for free <br>: (kinda like ME!).<p>: Thanks for all responses, once again I <br>: think that this will give us a more better<br>: demographic/socio-economic understanding<br>: of each other.<p></i>

Bill Gates
10-29-1998, 10:36 AM
$10,000,000.00 A year.I live anywhere I want.I lost track on how many childern I have and I don't drive A BMW. <i>: Alittle off topic, and probably kind<br>: of personal at the same time. Just <br>: wanted to get some figures on avg. <br>: annual salary/residence/and of course<br>: what type of BMW (model/year/price or<br>: monthly lease payments per month) you <br>: drive.<p>: I don't care for names, or your e-mail<br>: addresses, just kinda curious. Leave <br>: an anonymous post, but TRUTHFUL!<p>: So I guess that I'll start it off. <br>: NYC/$60,000-year/'99 E46 328i/<br>: $550-month. I figured that most people<br>: on this salary would never be able to <br>: afford something like this, unless you <br>: are living at home with your parents, don't<br>: pay any rent, and they feed you for free <br>: (kinda like ME!).<p>: Thanks for all responses, once again I <br>: think that this will give us a more better<br>: demographic/socio-economic understanding<br>: of each other.<p></i>

Anonymouse
10-29-1998, 11:27 AM
$110k, Northern California, Software Engineer<br> Age: 33 <br> Car: ordered a '99 328i, paying cash.

Mr. ///M3
10-29-1998, 11:53 AM
1998 M3 Sedan, lease. 3rd BMW in 7 years.<br>25 years old.<br>Enough money for the M3 and a decent townhouse, etc.<br>IS Manager for a small manufacturing company in SoCal.<p>:)<p>Chris Gr÷os

John T.
10-29-1998, 11:58 AM
<br>Well, I'll bite.<br>1998/750il (no mods, except<br>T.V.'s in the headrests!)<br>Cash purchase.<br>Making close to 300K/year.<br>Accounting Mgr. for<br>major finiancial company<br>in New Jersey.<br>Let's here about everyone else!<br>John T.

Wesley
10-29-1998, 12:04 PM
Reno, NV/$55,400-year/'97 E36 328is/<br>$479.00-month Financing. <br>

Trev
10-29-1998, 12:31 PM
For what it's worth...<p>Age: 29<br>Salary: Self employed computer consultant ($50K/year)<br>Car: 99 E46 328i<br>Lease: $485 Canadian (tax inc)<br>

dfw mouse
10-29-1998, 01:25 PM
You live in the wrong place, in DFW I can afford <br>an M roadster and an average (for the area) house at the same salary. <p><i><br>: So I guess that I'll start it off. <br>: NYC/$60,000-year/'99 E46 328i/<br>: $550-month. I figured that most people<br>: on this salary would never be able to <br>: afford something like this, unless you <br>: are living at home with your parents, don't<br>: pay any rent, and they feed you for free <br>: (kinda like ME!).<p><br></i>

Tony
10-29-1998, 01:45 PM
age: 21<br>occupation:Computer Tech support<br>residence:Ma<p>car: 98 528 sport<br>previous car: 93 325is- JC chipped<p>30K /year living at home and yes still with my parents.<br>financing-parents gave me down payment and i just give them 1 paycheck per month and they take care of car payments.<br>

Jonathan in Frankfurt
10-29-1998, 01:49 PM
Age: 26<br>Income: $36,000 (including spouse)<br>Employment: US Air Force<br>Residence: Frankfurt, Germany<br>Car: '99 M3/2<br>Monthly note: $493.00 (when it get's here)<p><br><i>: Alittle off topic, and probably kind<br>: of personal at the same time. Just <br>: wanted to get some figures on avg. <br>: annual salary/residence/and of course<br>: what type of BMW (model/year/price or<br>: monthly lease payments per month) you <br>: drive.<p>: I don't care for names, or your e-mail<br>: addresses, just kinda curious. Leave <br>: an anonymous post, but TRUTHFUL!<p>: So I guess that I'll start it off. <br>: NYC/$60,000-year/'99 E46 328i/<br>: $550-month. I figured that most people<br>: on this salary would never be able to <br>: afford something like this, unless you <br>: are living at home with your parents, don't<br>: pay any rent, and they feed you for free <br>: (kinda like ME!).<p>: Thanks for all responses, once again I <br>: think that this will give us a more better<br>: demographic/socio-economic understanding<br>: of each other.<p></i>

me
10-29-1998, 02:32 PM
1992 325i sedan<br>$400 per month<br>24, male<br>$40,000 per year<br>buying a house before Christmas<br>need an M3 soon......

me
10-29-1998, 02:34 PM
<i>: Age: 26<br>: Income: $36,000 (including spouse)<br>: Employment: US Air Force<br>: Residence: Frankfurt, Germany<br>: Car: '99 M3/2<br>: Monthly note: $493.00 (when it get's here)<p>While we're getting personal, how much did you put down (or trade in) to get the M3 for $493 per month??? I pay $400 for my 92 325i. I need an M3 dammit...

anon
10-29-1998, 02:37 PM
31, single, CA, over $100K, software developer<br>'98 M3, paid cash (gotta love those stock options)<p>BTW, out here $100K salary is very common and <br>bimmer's are so common that they're not a prestige<br>symbol. our secretary drives a 5 series.

Jonathan in Frankfurt
10-29-1998, 03:25 PM
'99 M3 $35,915.00 (BMW Military sales)<br>$11,000 down payment<p>Some people just get lucky!!!<p>Jonathan<p><br><i>: : Age: 26<br>: : Income: $36,000 (including spouse)<br>: : Employment: US Air Force<br>: : Residence: Frankfurt, Germany<br>: : Car: '99 M3/2<br>: : Monthly note: $493.00 (when it get's here)<p>: While we're getting personal, how much did you put down (or trade in) to get the M3 for $493 per month??? I pay $400 for my 92 325i. I need an M3 dammit...<p></i>

phred
10-29-1998, 03:26 PM
<br>: Alittle off topic, and probably kind<br>: of personal at the same time. Just <br>: wanted to get some figures on avg. <br>: annual salary/residence/and of course<br>: what type of BMW (model/year/price or<br>: monthly lease payments per month) you <br>: drive.<p>: I don't care for names, or your e-mail<br>: addresses, just kinda curious. Leave <br>: an anonymous post, but TRUTHFUL!<p>: So I guess that I'll start it off. <br>: NYC/$60,000-year/'99 E46 328i/<br>: $550-month. I figured that most people<br>: on this salary would never be able to <br>: afford something like this, unless you <br>: are living at home with your parents, don't<br>: pay any rent, and they feed you for free <br>: (kinda like ME!).<p>: Thanks for all responses, once again I <br>: think that this will give us a more better<br>: demographic/socio-economic understanding<br>: of each other.<p>

Steve
10-29-1998, 04:10 PM
Male: 47<br>Writer: $75,000/yr<br>1998 318i, alpine white, sand leather, premium package, heated seats, sport wheels ($30,570 sticker)<br>Lease: 3yr/12K miles per yr, with 59% of sticker residual, $454.00/mo ($4000 down) +tax

UMAR
10-29-1998, 05:54 PM
<p><p>AGE 19<br>OCCUPTATION WORK AT CONV. STORE <br>MONEY DAD PAY FOR IT<br>CAR 98M3 4 DR PAID CASH<br>ALSO GOT A 99 CARRERA<p><br><i>: '99 M3 $35,915.00 (BMW Military sales)<br>: $11,000 down payment<p>: Some people just get lucky!!!<p>: Jonathan<p>: <br>: : : Age: 26<br>: : : Income: $36,000 (including spouse)<br>: : : Employment: US Air Force<br>: : : Residence: Frankfurt, Germany<br>: : : Car: '99 M3/2<br>: : : Monthly note: $493.00 (when it get's here)<p>: : While we're getting personal, how much did you put down (or trade in) to get the M3 for $493 per month??? I pay $400 for my 92 325i. I need an M3 dammit...<p></i>

Bimmer Dude
10-29-1998, 07:04 PM
<i><p>: AGE 19<br>: OCCUPTATION WORK AT CONV. STORE <br>: MONEY DAD PAY FOR IT<br>: CAR 98M3 4 DR PAID CASH<br>: ALSO GOT A 99 CARRERA<p>: <br>: : '99 M3 $35,915.00 (BMW Military sales)<br>: : $11,000 down payment<p>: : Some people just get lucky!!!<p>: : Jonathan<p>: : <br>: : : : Age: 26<br>: : : : Income: $36,000 (including spouse)<br>: : : : Employment: US Air Force<br>: : : : Residence: Frankfurt, Germany<br>: : : : Car: '99 M3/2<br>: : : : Monthly note: $493.00 (when it get's here)<p>: : : While we're getting personal, how much did you put down (or trade in) to get the M3 for $493 per month??? I pay $400 for my 92 325i. I need an M3 dammit...<p></i>

Bill Gates
10-29-1998, 08:13 PM
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Amit
11-01-1998, 09:01 PM
<i>All I gots to say is this is sick!<br>But since you asked<br>here goes<br>89325is<br>cost-none of your business but it was recently purchased!<br>age 16 <br>I pay gas and insurance(very very expensive) and make less than 10k a year. For all you kids and adults, whose parents pay for your cars, DO YOU REALIZE HOW LUCKY YOU ARE?<br>Amit <br></i>


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