View Full Version : Feelers for my E36 328iS (M-body kit)
10-01-2012, 11:36 AM
Feelers for my E36 328iS (M-package'd coupe). Some of you may have seen it on the track....drives really well, solid car. I am thinking of moving to an E46 if the car I found in Hamilton works out, but would need to sell this one. It would be a great track-conversion project as the chassis and the M52 engine is really, really solid:
Some initial pics to get an idea of what it looks like:
10-01-2012, 01:36 PM
km, year, price?
You are missing way too many details!!
10-01-2012, 01:43 PM
--> roughly 260,000km
--> Avus blue with cF hood (non-painted) with TMS hood-pins
--> M3 front bumper/rear bumper
--> after-market exhaust
--> Shark Injector Tune
--> Front Strut Bar/X-brace
--> Koni Adjustable Shocks with BavAuto Springs
--> Black Vader Interior upgrade
--> Hartge II short-shifter upgrade
--> M3-brake conversion (with Performance Friction pads/rotors). Rear pads
--> 17" DS-II rims. I would throw through in the 17" alloy rims I use for track
events if the offer is good.
I am thinking about $8 to $9K. Only enthusiast would understand the true value of this car as it is in great condition and has been serviced by my mechanic with great service history.
Great track car potential. engine is very strong.
10-01-2012, 04:22 PM
I think that's a little too much for the car. The condition overall looks quite good, but the tail lights, headlights, CF hood don't exactly add value to the sale. Also, I don't see Vaders in the car either!?
On the bright side, the car does look very clean and clean E36's are difficult to come by.
Anyway, goodluck with the sale.
10-01-2012, 04:23 PM
That is an old picture. I upgraded to Vaders recently (this summer).
10-01-2012, 10:49 PM
No longer looking to sell this car....
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