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    What do you think...a new concept for your Zee

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    New Concept

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    It is not for me. I think BMW got it right with the original.
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    Meh

    It's not for me, I like my Zee
    '99 Z3, '11 X3, '07 Mini Cooper S

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    Hey Gizna, long time

    How is your Zee doing...
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    Whoa, a few names on this board from WAY back. How is everyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryanclar View Post
    Whoa, a few names on this board from WAY back. How is everyone?
    I started to post threads, just to see if anyone else from the past do look at this Forum...in my case I still adding mileage to my Zee, and Giznaz did post, the last time him and Zeattle Dave and I went for a drive was about 10 years ago, another old timer will be stopping buy by my place in route to Texas is BigDaddy, I'm hoping more old Roadfly followers post threads again.

    Are you going to the ZFest in Ventura, CA?
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    I still keep this as my homepage and check it anytime there's a new post. I'm actually deployed out to Germany right now (if anyone needs a rare part...). My Z is driven on nice days but is covered in the garage back home right now :-(

    I went on the Fred R Memorial Drive last year with the Alamo City Zed Heads, but it's happening this year while I'm still gone so I can't make it. I saw Mike and Di back in 2013 enroute to a football game in Norman. I'm sure y'all have heard Mike suddenly passed away about 2 years ago from a heart attack.

    Unfortunately no Z Fest for me this year. I'll be busy in San Antonio...
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    Yes I do...please

    Quote Originally Posted by bryanclar View Post
    I still keep this as my homepage and check it anytime there's a new post. I'm actually deployed out to Germany right now (if anyone needs a rare part...).
    I think BigDaddy is going to Texas for Mike's or Fred's memorial drive.

    Now, about rare part...I have been looking for a maintenance/service manual for my X1 sDrive 2014 BMW here in the States none to be found, there are Haynes, Bentleys manuals available for the X3 and X5 beemers but none for the X1 I'm wandering if in Germany they do have one, and I don't care in what language. Money is not an object, if you find one I'll fax a check or just give me their business address I'll deal with them.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlin96/M44 View Post
    How is your Zee doing...
    Carlos, all is good here, but the roadster has become a garage queen.
    Haven't heard from ZeattleDave in a while, but he seems to be going out with a number of women often. He went to the dark side and traded for an MZ4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giznaz View Post
    Carlos, all is good here, but the roadster has become a garage queen
    Good to hear from you...wife ask how those bushes are doing if they survive the transplants in your slope hill.

    So ZDave finally went to the more powerful sibling. Here I belong to a Zee Club about (50) members and we go on drives once a month, there are only (3) members with 1.9L beemers and we always have to catch-up to the 6cyl on strait roads, but when it comes to curves we kick-***.

    later,C
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    Okay, there's a BMW repair shop nearby and I'll see what I can dig up for you. I'll also check the auto parts stores. More to follow...
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    Where did my post go? Okay fine, I'll retype it :-)
    I'll take a look at the local auto parts store and the BMW repair shop up the road and see what I can dig up. Germans are particular about using "official" maintenance so it might be trickier than we hope (that red stamp in the owner's manual is crucial to survival!) but I'll see what I can do.
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    Whalen Shift Machine, polished - Type II windscreen (non roll-hoops) - Bilstein HD shocks/struts
    Axxis Metal Master pads - Brembo rotors - Doug Whalen seat bushings
    Passenger Eject (unfortunately non-functional) - OEM Passenger Airbag Disable switch
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    Grrrrr...now they both showed up and it won't let me edit/delete!
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    Passenger Eject (unfortunately non-functional) - OEM Passenger Airbag Disable switch
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryanclar View Post
    Okay, there's a BMW repair shop nearby and I'll see what I can dig up for you. I'll also check the auto parts stores. More to follow...
    I do appreciate the effort, but don't get into any trouble I don't know how our servicemen are treated there by the locals.

    Again thanks, C
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    Heck, Our servicemen & women are treated treated great in Germany - I was TDY over there numerous times and always loved it - I might relocate there, if such a thing was feasible... And I still have my '97 1.9L Z3, but the New England scene is not what it was 20 years ago...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlin96/M44 View Post
    I do appreciate the effort, but don't get into any trouble I don't know how our servicemen are treated there by the locals.

    Again thanks, C
    We're treated quite well here, don't worry. :-)
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    Passenger Eject (unfortunately non-functional) - OEM Passenger Airbag Disable switch
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