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Now that we've broken records for power production several times with our HPF M3, and received more magazine coverage than we know what to do with, it's time to set some other records. This 2002 M3 is designed for road racing, high speeds, extreme acceleration, cornering and braking and also does a great job attracting women and turning them on. It has served it's purpose over and over again and it's time to move on to another project.
Whoever buys this car will have street domination in nearly every town.
the difference is weather you are considering power to the crank or power that actually reaches the tarmac... all cars experience loss of power when transferring power through the drivetrain and eventually reaching the tires. Major factors include the transmissions, length of drive shafts, type of differentials, etc.
1992 325i / Briliant rot - SOLD @ 301,000km
1998 318is / Arktic silber - SOLD @ 207,000km
2007 335i / Jet Black - CURRENT @ 28,000 km