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by Helper from New York, NY | December 18, 2012
I have really loved this car to drive and to burn my time into it. I would Prefer this better than a Maybach Type 57 or 67.... This car has really got up to a nice shape from the interior or exterior. I would actually recommend it to a friend but better than this it is to buy an M3 or M5, cuz they are luxury and they are cool in shape to speed on 180 atleast...I have driven the Maybach 57 Type and 69 Type....
THOUGH THIS IS ALL WHAT THE LIFE IS..............
THANK YOU FOR READING MY REVIEW......
HAVE A NICE EVENING OR NIGHT.......