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BMW 654 ci

Discussion in 'Motors' started by doofski, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. doofski

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    one of these went past me today on the highway and it looked very nice. Top was down and when i saw it in the rear view mirror i thought whats that ? After it cruised past me i saw that it was a 654 ci convertable. Very nice car, licence plate was 1654 too :)
     
  2. grudas

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    645ci you mean... never heard of 654... surprised that its your first time seeing one.. :O
     
  3. Scania

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  4. PeterNem

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    A google for 654i shows few enough results that are actually proper pages that it could well be a typo...
     
  5. iaind

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    Is the point of this thread just to say a car went passed you? There's an m6 around here, wasn't aware it was worthy of starting a thread over
     
  6. Jez

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    Maybe they are rare around where he lives? :confused:
     
  7. doofski

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    just never seen one before, never been a fan of BMW's ( i know i just swore :p ) but i thought that one was pretty nice.
     
  8. Stupot_

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    I once saw a BMW.
     
  9. grudas

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    omg! me too!! :D
     
  10. Stupot_

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    How many wheels did it have?
     
  11. daveydave

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    Jeez lay off him chaps, they may well be rare around his way. This place is going to the dogs...
     
  12. Scania

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    I think he's well aware he's walking with hounds here..... ;):D

    I am very surprised the Oracle (aka Fox) has not dropped in here yet!
     
  13. [TW]Fox

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    Totally mate, nostalgia aint what it used to be!
     
  14. Scania

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    Did somebody shout "Here Boy!" ? ;):D
     
  15. doofski

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    lol youve gotta take motors with a pinch of salt :)
     
  16. Joe T

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    And we still dont even know what car it was! lol
     
  17. grudas

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    29 as i can remember.. :o
     
  18. iaind

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    It was a 645

    Either the OP misread the badge or the owner swapped the numbers around, like corsa 12v drivers to to make it say v12
     
  19. DM

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    do they really do that? Thats special.
     
  20. iaind

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    Have you not seen that before? You've got to be a bit special to own a chavved up corsa I suppose!
     


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