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Tunerworks
09-03-2004, 03:58 PM
1997 BMW E36 M3 EURO 3.2L S5032 COMPLETE ENGINE SWAP PACKAGE

-Includes engine, 5spd transmission, wiring harness, air flow meter, instrument cluster, EWS box and keys, ECU, radiator, radiator fan, Euro radiator cover, coolant overflow tank, all hoses, oil cooler, P/S pump, alternator, starter, headers, exhaust center section with cat-converters, and more.

This is essentially everything required for a full swap and is being removed from my car in 100% perfect running condition. I can provide video documentation of the car driving and qualified buyers are welcome to drive the car to guarantee the performance of the engine! Zero risk, unlike buying a Euro engine out of a wreck in Europe! In the time I have owned the engine I have replaced many items as maintenace and service so it has always been in perfect working condition. The package also includes $1200 in performance upgrades. I can arrange to have the parts crated and shipped anywhere and I can accept Paypal, money order, wire transfer, Visa and M/C.

$12,000

Serious inquiries on please :nono E-mail rob@tunerworks.com for more info.

sthomas
09-03-2004, 05:19 PM
Hey Rob. Did you give up on selling the entire car? Any idea what shipping is worth to Toronto?

Shane

Tunerworks
09-03-2004, 06:38 PM
I am keeping the car. Shipping the engine to T.O. is $300.

RevShoT
09-03-2004, 07:07 PM
thats a great price btw
too bad i cant spend that much on my m3 swap :(

sloveniaboy
09-05-2004, 01:48 AM
how many k on the motor/tranny

whats been done to the motor? whats been replaced (major)?

Tunerworks
09-05-2004, 10:27 PM
Originally posted by sloveniaboy
how many k on the motor/tranny

whats been done to the motor? whats been replaced (major)?

If you are a serious buyer please e-mail me and I will forward more details.

Thanks

98323IS
09-05-2004, 10:46 PM
How come it's a 5 speed?? Aren't euro's 6 speed??

Tunerworks
09-06-2004, 09:50 PM
Originally posted by 98323IS
How come it's a 5 speed?? Aren't euro's 6 speed??

I chose to run it with a 5spd and got rid of the 6spd a long time ago. The 5spd 'boxes are stronger, easier to work on, lighter, and quieter with a LTW flywheel.

Rob