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Tweedehands BMW M3 of Audi RS4?

Welke kies je (budget mee in aanmerking genomen)  

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  1. 1. M3 aan 25k of RS4 aan 20k

    • 2008 M3 E92 - 25000 euro
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    • 2008 RS4 - 20000 euro
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Balleke    44
Balleke
2 hours ago, Ian said:


Maar daar past de buggy en maksikozie moeilijker/niet in he.

Van mij past dat, vrouw, maxi-cosy, kinderstoel en in de koffer 2 kinderplooibedjes, matrasjes en 1 buggy + nog wat kinderstuff..

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Krikkie    2,828
Krikkie

Zal toch maar een kleine buggy zijn dan? 

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Balleke    44
Balleke
Zal toch maar een kleine buggy zijn dan? 

Zo ene waar de maxi-cosy op kan, normaal dus. Wel de wielen der af

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Avantus    4,750
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B7 RS4... wat een auto :inlove:

En je kan daar serieus mee spelen... wat een chassis. Erg veel plezier mee gehad! 

 

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Greg    1,947
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20 minuten geleden, Avantus zei:

B7 RS4... wat een auto :inlove:

En je kan daar serieus mee spelen... wat een chassis. Erg veel plezier mee gehad! 

 

What the ???

Heerlijk! Ik dacht dat er enkel met de R8 wat te driften viel... En de B8 S4 met sport diff.

Gaat heerlijk vlot dwars :lolz:

 

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Avantus    4,750
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B7 RS4 had ook al een e-diff achteraan, naast de nieuwere 40-60 verdeling.  Kan je erg leuke dingen mee doen idd :)

B8.5 S4 is nu ook zeer leuk met sportdiff en als die in dynamic staat komt de kont zeker gewillig. Nog niet zoveel mee gespeeld echter. Moet op een gelijkaardig natte trackday zeker ook top zijn.

maar die manuele v8 is dan toch emotioneler :inlove:

 

 

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gewoon ik    3,428
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2 uren geleden, Avantus zei:

B7 RS4... wat een auto :inlove:

En je kan daar serieus mee spelen... wat een chassis. Erg veel plezier mee gehad! 

 

Gelukkig quattro voor betere grip in de bochten :lolz:

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The Swede    2,573
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Herinner me destijds ook een paar keer met die manuele RS4 te hebben gereden. Zalig beest. Kon je je naam mee schrijven op de straat. 

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Polygoon    5,580
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Op 30/10/2019 om 10:31, The Swede zei:

Ik ging hem net in  zetten.

Ik moet de poll gemist hebben. 

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