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redline
05-29-2004, 12:07 PM
Hi! I`m a new user from Finland and want to say first of all, that this site is great. We have one similar site here which I`m also a member of, but this one is far better in terms of available information etc.

But my actual question is regarding my cabrio, which needs a bodykit. I think I saw a picture of a nice E30 somewhere on this site, but can`t remember where. It had M-tech II sides and Rieger GTS bumpers. Maybe someones car from this club? Anyway, if anyone remebers where I could get my hands on the pics of that car, I would be grateul.*th-up*

And also, if you guys have some other suggestions, post some links or pics.

Thanks!

Eurostyle
05-29-2004, 07:38 PM
Must be this one:D

jonny318IS
05-30-2004, 07:55 AM
Hey I'm also new, I drive a 91 318IS wondering some suggsetions for a bodykit?...

redline
05-30-2004, 01:01 PM
Originally posted by Eurostyle
Must be this one:D

That`s the one. Thanx!

King Luis
05-30-2004, 04:17 PM
Originally posted by Eurostyle
Must be this one:D
everytime i see that car i fall in love again and again*love* *love*

M50E30
05-30-2004, 11:56 PM
I think the original M Tech II kit is the way to go on E30 cabrio's! I just melt every time I see this car....

http://www.davelength.net/car/cabrio.html

http://www.davelength.net/car/images/pbmw/m_04.jpg

Originally posted by redline
It had M-tech II sides and Rieger GTS bumpers.

Don't forget the stock rocker skirts from a '92-'95 Honda Civic Hatch back to fill in the sides! I have the sides now i'm just saving up the pennies to get it modified and painted to match.

Here is a link to Randy's E30 in Euro Tuner

http://www.eurotuner.com/featuredvehicles/14319/index.html

Link to specs:

http://www.eurotuner.com/featuredvehicles/14319/index1.html

ROBM3
05-31-2004, 12:10 AM
Best bodykit by far !



http://www.m3ntal.com/images/M3/Compomotive/Dscn1696.jpg

http://www.m3ntal.com/images/M3/Compomotive/Dscn1718.jpg

http://www.m3ntal.com/images/M3/Compomotive/006.jpg

http://www.m3ntal.com/images/M3/Compomotive/010.jpg

http://www.m3ntal.com/images/M3/Compomotive/019.jpg

http://www.m3ntal.com/images/M3/Compomotive/Dscn3346.jpg

http://www.m3ntal.com/images/M3/Compomotive/Dscn1690.jpg

jonny318IS
05-31-2004, 07:47 AM
I agree! Droooool. I've seen that car before it's amazing.

redline
05-31-2004, 06:37 PM
I`m leaning towards the full M-tech II kit. I have a contact in germany so IŽll get it for a good price from him. At least I don`t have to struggle with the installation. Riegers are widely known for crappy fitment. But anyway, the M-tech II kit and these wheels...*mw*http://www.jenrcardesign.nl/velgen/wrdmesh.htm