Dude, did you know that in other countries...some non-M3 cars get the M-badge from the factory?e46boy said:ugh... please tell me you didn't put the m badge there
:hmm: in Italy at the left of the car --> the right of the way :woot:romansoldier said:Hey, your car looks hot, welcome to the forums, but I got one question, dont you guys in Italy drive on the other side of the car... like the right side? And the tail lights are awesome!
May I ask where are you from?Exacc said:Dude, did you know that in other countries...some non-M3 cars get the M-badge from the factory?
My car came with it straight from the dealer...it had the M-badge...not the M3-badge, but just the M...
I know there are a lot of people here who have strong opinions on this...but hey...BMW does it on their cars...
I have put the ///M after! But it's original from a ///M3 E36maq said:May I ask where are you from?
There has never been a single non-M 3-series with M-badge on the trunklid from factory. Period. I've lived in Europe (Germany, France and England) and have gone through from ordering to delivery a couple of times with either family members or friends (318ti, 320D, 330iT, M-tech 330i, 540i...you name it), and I've never heard of such thing as an "M-badged non-M car". In fact back in 2001 a friend of mine asked the UK dealer to put an M badge on his M-tech 320ci at his own expense before delivery and the dealer refused to do so, because according to their policy they can only debadge, any kind of re-badging is not allowed.
Did you get your car new or used? If new then I believe your dealer put on the badge, not BMW. And that dealer must be a franchise dealer instead of a corporate store