Out for a drive

Mr-P

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Sold Z3M
This morning went to see a local classic car meet and see if their New Years Day meet is still on. It will be so looking forward to a dry day on 01/01/15 and having a few hours of cars.

On the way back decided to take all the country roads home and took a few photos which I think look better in grey scale.
A nice couple hours with hardly any other traffic on the roads.

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Boysie

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M Roadster S50
Lovely pictures
The Grey colour of the pictures really compliments the car's retro styling
 

Macca

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I'm liking the 1st pic, great composition.
 

Mint

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Zeti

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Looking at your beautiful pictures a philosophical thought came into my mind: not only that we own a car with the shortest complete name :BMW Z3(beside I persnally know:watching: just the DKW and IFA F5,...6,...7,...8,...9) among the car producers, but Z (from german Zukunft) , last letter in the alphabet looks like the ultimate car (for me will really remain !:scorecard:) and 3 looks like the definition of "all you need": driver+ copilote+ car!:)
A real definition of "pleasure to drive", maybe by the best coincidence ever.......
 
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