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      06-12-2018, 05:04 AM   #1
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Would love to know who owns my E85 M Roadster

I regrettably sold my 2006 E85 M Roadster 4 years ago as a trade-in. Through Carfax I can see it is in the Bay Area but can't tell who owns it. I am hoping it went to a good home, is well cared for - it was my baby ordered new from the factory - and being driven respectfully.

It is Titanium Silver over Black leather. It has the Carbon Black Fiber trim, premium package, heated seats. It does not have Navigation. It had a couple of mods. Stromung Mufflers, a ZHP M Shift Knob, the aux connector in the ash tray, and a stubby antenna.

If you are the proud owner of this beauty let me know how she is please. VIN is 5UMBT93576LE89658
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      06-12-2018, 08:02 AM   #2
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I regrettably sold my 2006 E85 M Roadster 4 years ago as a trade-in. Through Carfax I can see it is in the Bay Area but can't tell who owns it. I am hoping it went to a good home, is well cared for - it was my baby ordered new from the factory - and being driven respectfully.

It is Titanium Silver over Black leather. It has the Carbon Black Fiber trim, premium package, heated seats. It does not have Navigation. It had a couple of mods. Stromung Mufflers, a ZHP M Shift Knob, the aux connector in the ash tray, and a stubby antenna.

If you are the proud owner of this beauty let me know how she is please. VIN is 5UMBT93576LE89658
How do you like your e89 M sport compared to your old M roadster?
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With it being the 28i I can't see it being nearly as rewarding. Now if it was the 35is.....
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      06-12-2018, 11:55 AM   #4
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How do you like your e89 M sport compared to your old M roadster?
Strangely, it is more fun to drive. I didnít track the E85 and I donít intend to track the E89. Since my driving is on twisty and flat back roads on NJ I am finding the N20 a good match. I can actually row through some gears without breaking as many speed limits! Itís a bit more refined and the added benefit of having a Coupť and a roadster all in one has so far been pretty cool. Would I take my E85 back if it was offered to me, sure. But not because I miss driving it as much as I have a first owner attachment to it.
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