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Hello BMW 2002 community. I amwondering if anyone here was able to get one, ( or a few ) of the posters that Bring A ATrailer was offering free yesterday celebrating their 100,000 auction. I loged on but was too late. Just checking, thank you, Richard

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I saw that email announcement the day it came out at like 7:30 AM PST and they were already sold out. I guess all the folks back East had a few hours on us West coast folks.  

 

My guess is half will be sold at auction in the years to come.  

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The Long Long Trailer has one of my favorite movie lines:  Lucy is navigating for Desi, who is driving a '52 Mercury convertible pulling this 40+ foot trailer on their honeymoon.  As they approach a critical intersection (I think they were up in the mountains with 2 quarts of trailer on a 1 quart road) Desi yells to Lucy, "Which way do I turn?"  Lucy answers, "Turn right here...........left."

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3 hours ago, Mike Self said:

The Long Long Trailer has one of my favorite movie lines:  Lucy is navigating for Desi, who is driving a '52 Mercury convertible pulling this 40+ foot trailer on their honeymoon.  As they approach a critical intersection (I think they were up in the mountains with 2 quarts of trailer on a 1 quart road) Desi yells to Lucy, "Which way do I turn?"  Lucy answers, "Turn right here...........left."

 image.thumb.png.8584338c094b9168cd1a3db99bd7a5a3.png

 

Yoou got a lotta Esplainin ta doo

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