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      11-06-2018, 12:36 PM   #1
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Limited Edition Inside window sticker #/740

So, these finally arrived and they look great

If you would like to order these please contact Mike Snyder at Mike@autoxgraphics.com and his number is 717-487-9502

Price is $18-20 for 2 shipped in the USA.

FYI - Further customization will be more expensive as he makes these one by one by himself. No quick computer printing type thing.

Please let me know if you guys decide to order and certainly post up when you do
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      11-06-2018, 09:02 PM   #2
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looks great! just dropped an email to Mike.
Thank you.
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I am good with # of 740. Outside of this forum, who is going to argue with you anyway? Tornado1M, thanks for reviving this.
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Would it be a waste of time and money to put this behind 35% tint?

Also - can he add "ish" after the 740?

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      11-09-2018, 11:21 AM   #5
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Would it be a waste of time and money to put this behind 35% tint?

Also - can he add "ish" after the 740?
LOL! Yeah, right

I would take a white index card and cut out a letter and hold it up on the inside glass and see if you can see it clearly????

I really don't know? You obviously won't see it as clearly as my pic above. However, it might be faint enough to see and give it an understated look which might be cool as well.
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      11-09-2018, 03:48 PM   #6
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I would like to purchase the stickers, but can anyone assist me with knowing what number my 1M is
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      11-09-2018, 05:07 PM   #7
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I would like to purchase the stickers, but can anyone assist me with knowing what number my 1M is
Ck this thread out! There are a few links in there with some Excel sheets.

Also, the usual dialogue of 740, 751, 761 production numbers. End of the day, I went with 740 as there is an audio clip of a BMW Rep indicating 740 in the USA!


Any interest in inside window sticker with #/740??? https://www.1addicts.com/forums/show....php?t=1541536
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I like the sticker

I have a Canadian car - number #110 out of 220 Canadian 1Ms

So what do you suggest for the sticker

110/220?
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I like the sticker

I have a Canadian car - number #110 out of 220 Canadian 1Ms

So what do you suggest for the sticker

110/220?
Yeah! That should work. Just let Mike know you want it done that way!
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Just to correct my prior post my Canadian car is:

#110 of 983 North American

#36 of 222 Canadian

Will have to consider what to put .

Thanks for coordinating the "Limited Edition" stickers
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How can I find out what number my 1M is so I can purchase the stickers, can someone on the forum kindly assist me?
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      11-10-2018, 12:51 PM   #12
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How can I find out what number my 1M is so I can purchase the stickers, can someone on the forum kindly assist me?
VP76267 is:

368 of 983
268 of 761
257 of 750
248 of 740 (best guess for your car)

And to recap which subjective total you wish to use:

983 is total cars built under model code UR93 for US and Canada
761 is total cars built to US specs (including pre-production)
750 is total production US spec cars (excluding pre-production)
740 is a BMW quoted total for the US, assumed to be cars sold new to customers. It is still not clear which exact cars are excluded to get to this number, hence the best guess.
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      11-10-2018, 04:22 PM   #13
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How can I find out what number my 1M is so I can purchase the stickers, can someone on the forum kindly assist me?
VP76267 is:

368 of 983
268 of 761
257 of 750
248 of 740 (best guess for your car)

And to recap which subjective total you wish to use:

983 is total cars built under model code UR93 for US and Canada
761 is total cars built to US specs (including pre-production)
750 is total production US spec cars (excluding pre-production)
740 is a BMW quoted total for the US, assumed to be cars sold new to customers. It is still not clear which exact cars are excluded to get to this number, hence the best guess.
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#1 in my heart 😜

I probably missed it, but....
How do you find out what # for the car?
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#1 in my heart 😜

I probably missed it, but....
How do you find out what # for the car?
Link above takes you to another sister thread that has a couple links to Excel Worksheets.

You decide if you want it to go out of 740/750/761

Analogue can probably help! He's the authority here on this forum as far as I'm concerned 😃
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Not sure how much longer Mike will be making these? So, if your interested or remotely interested, please reach out to him!
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