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    Wonderful pics! For a moment there, I thought it was you making an announcement. Great find!

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    I especially liked the short movie he put together of his adventures.

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    Nice photos of his journey.

    Wonder if his 525 is iX? Would love to have all-wheel-drive during Chicago winters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L View Post
    Nice photos of his journey.

    Wonder if his 525 is iX? Would love to have all-wheel-drive during Chicago winters.
    The article said it was RWD. But, yes AWD would be helpful in the midwest.

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    nice - inspiring even... thanks for the link Ben

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    Wow. Take the palace with you when you go climbing? What an idea!! 4 adults in comfort in a car designed for the bad weather, heh- by the sounds of it, the HVAC was all working okay.

    What a terrific story for a group of young Romanians keen to go to all the right places (in all the right ways)... LOL!

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    Awesome!

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    great article.
    eastern Europeans especially love the E34. and an average 10l/100km is stunning for such a load and weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim eh? View Post
    nice - inspiring even... thanks for the link Ben
    Oh, I didn't provide the link.

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