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Wilber (of www.bmw4life.nl) is back...


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Wilber of BMW4LIFE fame is back in a more limited capacity (no "nothin but Tourings" photo galleries as before). He was going to add Targas into the mix. Not sure what happened, but what's there is pretty thrilling (this may be old news, but it's new for me). Enjoy...

http://www.bmw4life.nl/

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Paul Huber

2000 Touring tii in 1/18 scale

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Thanks for plugging Paul!

It's been a long time... So you found some of my pics on bmw4life.nl. Unfortunately I have to little time to create something for 02's (touring/targa) as planned. But, one day it will be there. As Edwin told before, I own a chamonix 2002 baur for a year now. Sneak preview?

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Holiday 2008 (Germany) : 2002 targa with Constructam caravan

best regards,

Wilbert

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1973 2002 targa (chamonix)

1974 1802 touring (inka)

2006 120i 5d (sparkling graphite)

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Wilbert (sorry for the name mis-spell, my bad), man, I miss your old site. Any chance of rehosting it as it was? It was Touring heaven...

That's one beautiful little Targa. This is not the same Targa that you had photos posted of on your old landing page? Targa's are just so satisfying. Here's an ex of mine that now lives in Florida.

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Paul Huber

2000 Touring tii in 1/18 scale

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Thanks for plugging Paul!

It's been a long time... So you found some of my pics on bmw4life.nl. Unfortunately I have to little time to create something for 02's (touring/targa) as planned. But, one day it will be there. As Edwin told before, I own a chamonix 2002 baur for a year now. Sneak preview?

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Holiday 2008 (Germany) : 2002 targa with Constructam caravan

best regards,

Wilbert

Hey there Wilbert. Good to see you back. Please see my post below regarding the polaris tii touring with "sport paket". I remember discussing this car with you a few years ago via email.

T.R.

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Thanks for plugging Paul!

It's been a long time... So you found some of my pics on bmw4life.nl. Unfortunately I have to little time to create something for 02's (touring/targa) as planned. But, one day it will be there. As Edwin told before, I own a chamonix 2002 baur for a year now. Sneak preview?

best regards,

Wilbert

Wilbert, good to see you back. I was in Den Haag for the summer last year and went out to visit with Laurens Manders. Sorry I could meet up with you, though.

My little Inka touring is doing well, but it misses The Nederlands....

now: '72 Inka 2000 touring, '82 Alpina C1 2.3  & '92 M5T (daily driver)

before: a lot of old BMWs (some nice, some not so much), a few air-cooled 911s and even a water-cooled Cayman S

Alpina restoration blog: https://www.alpinac1.com/

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