TL;DR Guy selling car on ebay doesn't know what he has, refuses to believe he's wrong. Billy Madison reference.

So, as I usually do, I recently found myself looking at classic cars on the internet. E-Bay, in this case. I happened upon a really clean looking BMW E12 528i in texas HERE.

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When I went to read the vehicle description, I saw the following:

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Note where I've highlighted the specifically mentioned M5 wheels. Wait a second, that's not what I thought I saw...

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Those are 330 sport wheels. Hmm. "Maybe he just doesn't realize", I said to myself. "I'll just write him a quick note." This is what happened:

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I then received this as a reply:

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That's it. It was time to exercise the caps lock button, aka cruise control for cool.

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Good riddance.

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