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General Forum : Very small e21 meet with Baur Convertable Demo...

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nsbone   Posted Monday, Sep 11th 11:59am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 435
   
KL, Malaysia
e21 323/6 316, e34 520i, e32 730i
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imaradiostar   Posted Monday, Sep 11th 5:01pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Nashville, TN
81 323i, 82 525i, 85 524td, 90 535i
neat!

We don't even have a dunkin' donuts in Nashville, not fair!

jamie

MayanArch   Posted Monday, Sep 11th 5:31pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Florida, USA
Baur E21 2.7 1982, Baur E30 318i 1985, 323i 1978
imaradiostar wrote:
neat!

We don't even have a dunkin' donuts in Nashville, not fair!

jamie


Oh, MY God...that is too funny.

BruceH   Posted Monday, Sep 11th 8:40pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Atlanta, GA USA
81 323 Baur, 85 745
I had lunch at the Hard Rock in Kuala Lumpur. A rather strange export from the USA to KL.

MayanArch   Posted Monday, Sep 11th 10:00pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Florida, USA
Baur E21 2.7 1982, Baur E30 318i 1985, 323i 1978
Sort of related story:

I was on one of my archeological getaways in one of the most remote parts of Guatemala. I was visiting a site of the Ancient Maya civilization that you need either a donkey or a small 4x4 to get to.

Most of the very remote villages there are inhabited by people that dont speak Spanish. They still speak a Maya dialect.

There was a lady selling soda out of a straw hut. Another guy had taken his son, and the son got a Coke........but in the bottle. The son asked the father....."how do you open one of these things?".

Makes you feel old, seeing a teenager that only knows Coke in a can.

Makes you understand how prevalent American influence is when you can find a Coke in a village that is STILL speaking a language of a civilization that has been dead for 1,000 years.

MayanArch   Posted Monday, Sep 11th 10:01pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Florida, USA
Baur E21 2.7 1982, Baur E30 318i 1985, 323i 1978
Yeah...yeah...Bruce......I know.......typical MayanArch post.......right?

BruceH   Posted Monday, Sep 11th 10:18pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Atlanta, GA USA
81 323 Baur, 85 745
It would have been a typical Mayan post if the 4x4 that you used to get to the village was powered by cold fusion.

Good story.

nsbone   Posted Tuesday, Sep 12th 1:31am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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KL, Malaysia
e21 323/6 316, e34 520i, e32 730i
BruceH wrote:
I had lunch at the Hard Rock in Kuala Lumpur. A rather strange export from the USA to KL.


Hi Bruce,

I think it's wilder at nightime and it's very similar to Singapore too. In contrast, i was in Hard Rock cafe in Heidelberg in Germnany once in 90s, and it was just a like a quite bar.

BruceH   Posted Tuesday, Sep 12th 3:02pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Atlanta, GA USA
81 323 Baur, 85 745
It (KL) is quite a place. The Hard Rock is across the street from the Mandarin Oriental right? The Mandarin was nice but not as slick as the new hotels.

I got a cockpit jumpseat ride in a Malaysian 747-400 for the landing in KL.


MayanArch   Posted Tuesday, Sep 12th 3:24pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Florida, USA
Baur E21 2.7 1982, Baur E30 318i 1985, 323i 1978
BruceH wrote:
It would have been a typical Mayan post if the 4x4 that you used to get to the village was powered by cold fusion.

Good story.


Hmmmm........had not thought of that one. How to convert a Subaru to cold fusion? hmmmm

chupchup   Posted Friday, Sep 15th 3:21pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Singapore
320m20
[quote=MayanArchHmmmm........had not thought of that one. How to convert a Subaru to cold fusion? hmmmm [/quote]

Use dry ice instead of petrol..... ha ha ha


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