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Old 10-17-2011, 08:14 PM   #1
Dr. Dooms
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My Ride: 330Ci
Stanced Imola red E36 M3 clone

ive had this car for about 3 months or so.. and i decided to upgrade to an e46 330ci so this car has to go.

1992 e36 325IS
159,xxx miles (cluster says 240k)
5 speed

Magnaflow Exhaust
Long Tube Headers with heat wrap
Cold Air Intake with K&N Filter
Jim Conforti ECU Chip-
Details on Chip :
Horsepower Gain
+ 20 @ 6000 RPM
Torque Gain
+ 13 @ 4500 RPM
New Rev Limit
7000 RPM
electric fan
fan controller

New gauge cluster (old one had some gay silver faces)
New Leather Shift and Parking Brake Boots (Custom Made with Motorsport colors)
New Weighted gearshift and parking brake knobs (DDM Tuning)
New Replacement Door panels in leather (black/dove gray
UUC MotorWorks Short Shift Kit

Wheels and suspension:
DDM coil overs
Miro type 111 wheels 18x9.5 +20

Fresh Imola red (e46 m3 red)
professionally rolled and pulled fenders
Depot (Glass) Headlights Halogen Projectors (6k) with Angel Eyes
Euro Code tail lights and turn signal covers (Clear turn signal covers)
Clear lighting all around, no yellow
New M3 fog lights
6K fog light hid's
M3 Front Bumper
M3 side skirts
M3 rear bumper
M3 defuser

Pioneer head unit (with ipod connection)
four new pioneer speakers
one 10" pioneer subwoofer
400 watt amp

Other maintenance:
New Clutch (F1 Performance)
New Water Pump With Metal Impeller
New Intake Bellows
New IAC valve
New Plug Tubes
New Plugs
New Alternator
New battery
New Fuel Pump
New Fuel Filter
New Aluminum Radiator
New Valve Cover Gasket with all grommets installed
New passenger wheel bearing

Air conditioning and power steering work perfect
the sun roof needs new plastic clips to work

7,000 OBO
no trades

The only problem with the paint

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Old 10-17-2011, 08:18 PM   #2
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Nice fvckin car..I was gonna buy one those before I went with a E46. How bad do you rub with that set-up?

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Old 10-17-2011, 08:28 PM   #3
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nice E36, GLWS
Imola Red M3
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Old 10-17-2011, 08:29 PM   #4
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the only times it rubs is when im in a corner hard or if i hit a huge bump, the rear will rub slightly
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Old 10-17-2011, 10:13 PM   #5
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Car looks great but realistically you could buy a M 97-98 in good condition for that price... But good looking car none the less
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Old 10-17-2011, 10:25 PM   #6
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Agree with the above... and who would change the cluster from 160k to one that is 240k? Makes the car TMU... Or True Mileage Unknown.. mind as well have 400k on it, Nice looking car though....
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Old 10-18-2011, 07:14 AM   #7
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Well on the title for the car the actual milage is 150 and I have only had the car for three months.. I think it's pretty unrealistic to have put 250k on a car in three months.. I have the old cluster I could even plug in for the buyer to show that it was removed around 153k and I have a reciepte for the new cluster..
I got the new one from a junk yard so the milage was unkown till it was in my car. But I would rather this higher milage cluster over the old one with the horrible chrome rings and silver faces..
If there is a serious buyer I'll provide pictures of everything, old cluster plugged in displaying miles, and reciepte..

And m3wannabee I know you can, that's why my price is OBO
And between wheels and paint I have alone I have over $3000.. but my price is flexible

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