M5 Touring

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  1. megae39fan
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    Hopefully BBS can be rescued, they've declared bankruptcy twice before and been taken over. Such an iconic brand.

    A new set of LMs would look great on an E61 M5. I had a set of reps on my E39 and even they looked the part, the original wheels are very special. LM-Rs are nice too.

    Recent pics of the M5 required!

    Current:
    E85 Z4 3.0i Manual | Sterling Grey | Oregon red leather | Axe EX10 18s | Custom exhaust
    E65 730D Sport | Sterling Grey | Black leather


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    So we moved house earlier this month and I finally have a garage big enough to put a car in. But only just big enough to get it in and close the doors...

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    It’s actually nice after owned the car for four years to be able to put it in a garage. Also now it is at my house and not at my Mums I should hopefully use it more as I don’t have to do a 12 mile round trip to use it.


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    Congrats on new house and abode for the car
    First job should be the tennis ball thing!
     
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    Congrats on the move. Fantastic looking garage and all the better for having that machine stowed away in there.
     
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    Tight fit, but fantastic height.
    I was thinking, maybe something like this?...
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    Thanks.

    We are going to extend into the garage from the kitchen so should still be able to get a car underneath. I did look at a lift but it was vetoed as my wife wants the whole width of the garage for the kitchen extension.

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    @zarnd Nice set-up! (y) There's enough room there for a mezzanine floor up top, at not too much expense. :whistling: :scratchchin:
     
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    Congrats on the move.

    I have a double garage, but alas my boys use it as a gym so there’s no chance of getting my car in. My long term plan is to have space to stash a weekend toy[​IMG]
     
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    Congrats on the new house. We moved last year and one of the most exciting things for me was being able to get the Macan in the garage. Life (and kitchen projects) have taken over and it’s now full of kitchen units ready to be installed but I can’t wait to get the Porky back in tucked up from the frosty nights.
     
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    Congrats on the move!

    As for the garage that is a huge win, its on my list of wants for our next house move :) I need to move out of London to achieve this
     

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