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10-29-2011, 10:25 AM
Considering selling my e30, have spent alot of money on it since I purchased it roughly a year and a half ago.

It's a 1990 325is, Zinnoberrot/ tan leather sport interior.

Has been converted from automatic to manual.

General spec list:

Engine mileage: 2800 kms (only driven to h2o and local events since engine rebuild, have a daily driver)

Body mileage: 225,848 kms


Euro grills
Euro trims
Euro plate filler
Euro smillies (bosch)
OEM fog blanks
OEM shadowline window trim
Mono wiper


black OEM carpet
Black OEM speaker covers
Black headliner
Mtech 2 steering wheel
Euro glove box handle
OEM Tan sport seats
Sound deadening removed
Autometer boost gauge

Sr20det engine and transmission
Fresh engine rebuild
Greddy rocker stoppers
ARP head studs
Bings alloy vented coilpack cover
Mines tuned ecu
Hallman Boost controller
Custom Throttle cable
Custom FMIC piping
Vibrant couplars
T-bolt clamps
Mishimotto intercooler
Apex'i blow off valve
ISIS v2 stainless tubular exhaust manifold
ISIS 3" stainless turbo elbow
Custom 3" Stainless turbo elbow back straight pipe
Custom engine mounts
Custome transmission mount
Custom 2 piece drive shaft
Reinforced, notched, stripped and rustcoated subframe's
Stainless gel coated clutch line
Custom wire harness
OEM e30 m3 engine wiring covers
OEM m42 radiator
12" electric slim fan
4:10 lsd


Stainless gel coated flex lines
r32 skyline Brake master
r32 skyline Brake booster
OEM rebuild calipers front
OEM rebuild calipers rear
New rotors front
New rotors rear
New pads front
New pads rear
New ebrake cables
New ebrake spring kit
New ebrake shoes


Custom shortened front strut housings with IX shocks, eibach 6" springs
5" eibach race springs rear/ tokico shocks
Custom steering linkage
e36 3.2 turn rack, spaced up half inch
New e36 tie rods
New control arms
New M3 offset control arm bushings
New front sway bar links
New sway bar bushings and brackets
New subframe bushings
New differential bushing
New rear sway bay links
New rear sway bar bushings
New trailig arm bushings


4x100 BBS RS 16x9 et 12, 16x8 et 24
Falken 205/40 rear, yoko S drive 195/40 front

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/deathlens/6219422808/" title="Steve's E30 by DeathLens | MJB Photo, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6173/6219422808_e5875f0a3b.jpg" width="500" height="333" alt="Steve's E30"></a>
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I planned on tearing the car back down over this winter and doing a full cage along with other odds and ends. But I have been considering moving on to a different project should someone be interested in buying the car. I am in no way in a rush to sell or liquidate the car, should there not be a buyer, it will be put away for the winter and caged etc before the show/track season returns.

The engine was rebuild by myself this summer, it has 2800 kms on it since then, every one of them at stock boost. I have changed the oil 4 times already. First one after the first warm up and drive around the parking lot, second after 100 kms, third after 600kms, and finally the forth at the current mileage after returning from Ocean city. I planned on increasing the boost when I had gotten used to the car a little more, as even at stock boost the car goes plenty and can be a handful. With 12-13 psi it should put down roughly 250-260whp. All the suspension and brake compenents have about the same mileage on them with a few exceptions (steering rack, rear shocks).

To give you a rough idea of what it would cost to have done whats been done to the car over the past half year on the car, that has only seen 2800kms:

Suspension/brakes: 3500.00
Engine/engine bay: 10,000
Wheels: 2500.00

On top of that comes car cost and the many OEM/euro parts the car has.

As far as the car currently sits, it's very fresh in the sense that all suspension, brake, and nearly the entire engine bay is new. Will come with tan leather sport interior, oem black carpet, black rear shelf, black headliner, black speaker covers/trims etc.

Any questions, feel free to ask.

Price: 15,000.00 firm

Willing to negotiate less with parts/wheels removed.

10-29-2011, 02:35 PM
Gorgeous car! Well sorted swapped cars are hard to find, and worth every penny IMO.

11-07-2011, 09:05 PM
edit: pmd

11-09-2011, 09:45 AM
I saw this thing in person. Its a clean car and well built. GLWS.

11-10-2011, 12:00 AM
One of my faves...especially when it was rockin' D90s.