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Old 01-01-2019, 03:11 AM
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Default New guy from AZ

Hi all -- I'm Paul in Phoenix, AZ, and I recently purchased a 2004 525i -- my fourth BMW (had a 1980 323i when I was stationed in Germany, then had an E90 followed by an F30 up until a few years ago) with the idea to use it as my main daily driver. Car has just under 130k miles and seems to be in pretty decent condition. I've put a couple thousand miles on it since i bought it and it seems to be overall solid so far. That said, I know the key to BMW longevity is frequent care and feeding and much TLC. So unlike with my other BMWs, I've started the process of identifying the various parts and pieces that make up my ride so as to better understand what i can change/upgrade/tweak things (and how to better dx and repair issues that arise).

Anyway, just wanted to say hi and look forward to learning and being part of the community.

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