From digest.v7.n435 Tue Oct 14 13:01:10 1997
From: dstevenson_at_batterymarch.com (dstevenson)
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 1997 10:03:03 -0400
Subject: M badges (lets make this a one time post)
Someone was looking for a place to buy M badges and I remembered this
previous digest post that I snipped.
Thanks Scott, sorry for the bad text formatting but somtimes CCMAIL
does this on cut and pastes. I hope it dosen't piss off Dr.
BMWCCA Boston (1988 325IS)
> From: Scott Blazey <edpm3_at_earthlink.net>
> Date: Tue, 14 Jan 1997 09:31:12 -0800 (PST) > Subject: Re: Fake M
> Okay kiddies, you asked for it.
> Top Ten Reasons To Put a Fake M Badge on Your BMW >
> 10. As a free speech activist, you're making the statement, "I'm an
> but I only want BMW fans to know it!? >
> 9. It gives you the edge when it comes down to you and the other
> the pizza delivery job.
> 8. You drove an M-60 tank in the Army and it's just a little
> 7. You're hoping to get those lower rates since you heard M cars
> cheaper to insure.
> 6. It really impresses the chicks when you're in the bar and they
> "Will the owner of the brown BMW M528e please come to the parking
> left your lights on."
> 5. You're hoping that just this once, after seeing your M3 side
> the grandmother in the Crown Vic at the stop light will decide your
> 320 is just too much for her and she won't blow your doors off. >
> 4. If enough people do it, the Blue Book people will add a special
> category for fake M-badged BMWs and you'll get more money when you
> 3. You're a member of the Hair Club for Men, your Rolex was made in
> Taiwan, you autographed your own Michael Jordan basketball, your
> spitting image of the plumber, and you just called in sick from work
> spend the day at the casino. Why stop now with your car? >
> 2. You figure the cop is more likely to let you off with a warning
> 1. Whaddaya mean fake! This M318i came like this . . . from the
dealer . .
> . from the factory . . . yeah, that's the ticket. And they only made
> . uh . . . 85 . . . uh . . . and this is the only one. Yeah, that's
> And it's got a special motor with 240, no 321, no . . . a thousand >
horsepower. And I never let anyone else drive it, except my wife,
> Fairchild . . .
> - --------
> Scott Blazey
> (Feel free to archive this list and enjoy it again and again in the
> and years to come whenever this thread pops up again on the Digest,
> because, like some venereal diseases, it will return.)
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