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Old 02-10-2012, 07:50 AM   #1
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My Ride: 06 e90 - e36 M3
1999 e36 M3 Nicely modded

PA Inspected until 12/12

1999 e36 M3
5 speed
Right around 97000k (I will get exact number tonight)

Here is a picture for reference from when the car had BBS's on it. No longer with the car.

Practically mint Mulberry Interior
All interior lights replaced with LEDs
Zhp shift knob
AA tuning short shifter
E38 Auto dim rearview mirror
Passenger side buckle was replaced so no passenger side air bag light (rare in a e36 M)
Hard wired for a Valentine and Sirus radio (Ill leave Sirus Unit in car)

Depo headlights with HID 55w 6000k bulbs
Upgraded the fogs to HID 35w 6000k bulbs
Reiger GT front Lip
Replica Ltw low rise
OEM Contours

Bilstein PSS9 Coilovers
AA tuning strut bar
X Brace
Turner Front and rear sway bars
Bimmerworld rear shock mounts

Turner slotted rotors w/ upgraded pads
Stainless steel lines w/ ATE blue fluid

Super Sprint Headers w/ Secondary air pump simulator
Super Sprint Mid pipe w/ 2 Oxygen sensor simulators
AA tuning CAI

The Cooling has been worked on as well.

All new hoses, thermostat, and the aluminum Thermostat housing from Turner.

Bad - There is very little and its nothing that cant be easily fixed.

When I bought the car I had the Eisemann taken off. When they reseated the stock exhuast the gasket is messed up so there is a small exhaust leak on the driver side. I am going to try and get under the car and get this fixed asap before it sells.

The tires and wheels need replaced or wheels looked at. To bargain on the price I had the BBS RS wheels taken off and the guy gave me the countours to drive home. The tires have tread but are in bad shape from just sitting. The back passenger side counter is warpped i think. It has a vibration and I believe it is warpped. The previous owner also believe that to be the problem

Besides that the car is in amaznig shape. It is one of the best e36 M3s I have seen for the year.

If I get asking price I will also through in the spare trunk lid and the extra low rise spoiler (both need painted).

If you have any question please feel free to ask and anyone that wants can come look at the car.

Asking price $12500 obo. I am just trying to get back what I have into, not profit.

Forgot to mention. This car has never seen a winter and is originally a California car. The original owner moved to Boston to go to MIT and left the car covered in a parking garage the whole time he was at school.
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Old 02-10-2012, 10:20 AM   #2
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Where in PA are you? I might be interested.
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Old 02-14-2012, 08:05 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by keiqq View Post
Where in PA are you? I might be interested.
Sorry for the late response, I am really busy at work. Best way to contact me is my email. cody.stevenson@hotmail.com

Anyway though, I am just south of York, PA. Probably about 2 hrs west of you, straight above baltimore off I-83.

Send me an email if you have more questions and we can probably work out a time for you to see the car if you are interested.

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Old 02-16-2012, 09:25 AM   #4
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