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Old 12-06-2010, 05:01 PM   #1
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FS: e30 TOURING euro s50 e36 5 lug +MUCH MORE

1990 BMW 3 series wagon

European-only s50b30 engine from e36 m3. 286hp, individual throttle bodies, vanos, etc.

front brakes and suspension from a 2000 m3, rear from an m coupe

tc kline coilovers

koni double adjustable shocks

ireland engineering adjustable camber plates

treehouse racing eyeball arms

treehouse racing urethane motor and transmission mounts

turner subframe reinforcement kit

all mounts, bushings have been replaced with urethane

3.25 limited slip differential

aluminum finned differential cover

european e36m3 oil cooler

tc kline wheel stud conversion

e36 m3 exhaust

european-only Hella smoked "smiley" headlights

e36 m3 m contour wheels 17x7.5" in front 17x8.5" in back

235/40/17 Goodyear Eagle F1 tires with under 1k miles on them

frozen rotors

hawk hp+ pads

ATE gold brake fluid

"is" front lip

m technic II steering wheel

e46 ZHP shift knob

heated seats

european-only rear plate filler (not pictured)

pioneer cd player

scytek 2-way pager alarm

all-weather floormats

power windows

does not burn any oil. power steering leaks a drop once in a while. seat bottoms are a bit torn, easy part to source. heater valve was leaking, capped off currently. working on getting a replacement for that. glovebox latch needs to be replaced (still have the keyed lock, just need to get a latch).

This is a very well sorted BMW with all the desirable parts. Makes for an incredible track car, with room to bring track wheels and tools

17x8.5" Kosei K-1 wheels with 235/40/17 Falken Azena rt615 available for an additional $1,000.

$10,000 U.S.

currently located in Buffalo, NY however still has an ontario title and I can bring it back to Canada for a buyer.



The car is worth considerably more than I am asking, even in parts alone. euro s50b30 engine (if you can find one) goes for ~$6-7k with transmission. Brakes and suspension $3-4k. I sold my last e30 touring chassis (no motor/trans, 4 lug) for $6k. That's $15,000 right there, and there are many more things included as I listed. I started a business and need the money, I'd rather not part the car out as I'd hate to see it cut up. located in Buffalo, NY. (716) 725-5366.




















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Old 12-06-2010, 05:01 PM   #2
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Old 12-06-2010, 05:15 PM   #3
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Hey, the old WillZ wagon... was wondering when it was gonna pop up again. Cool car, hope it goes to a good home to get some TLC, looks like it could use it. GLWS!
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Old 12-06-2010, 05:48 PM   #4
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yes will is my landlord, good guy.
the minor details that have been let go were done by the owner between will and I, however he was quick to maintain anything of actual importance (let the seat bottoms go, and the body acquire those issues but converted to m coupe rear suspension, new diff, coilovers, koni double adjustables, the list goes on and on).

there are a few small things that need to be taken care of, and my price is listed accordingly. I started a business (we just sold an obdI s52 alpine 318 sedan we swapped if anyone has seen it listed online) and it has been taking up all of my time/money, so this has to go. I never thought I'd sell it, but c'est la vie
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Old 12-07-2010, 08:33 AM   #5
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Which tranny do you have in there? Milage on the car/motor?

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Old 12-07-2010, 12:04 PM   #6
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Zf 5 speed from euro e36m3. Chassis has ~140k, motor has under 100k somewhere not exactly sure where
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:09 PM   #7
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Holy! thats cheap for that car and all of that work done. Good luck!
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Old 01-04-2011, 04:29 PM   #8
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I drove that car!

Ha ha! I helped Will bring that car back from the harbour.

Sweet ride.

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Old 01-04-2011, 06:56 PM   #9
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Just because I decide to blow 6 - 10k on an engine swap does not make the car worth any more. My guess is that the rust will be a priority, for me it really doesn't matter what the car is if the lift points are gone it's 2k max.

If the rust is superficial then I'd say 5-7k. Just my opinion. I'm sure you'll sell it as the tourings are uncommon. Everyone knows when you mod, you're just tossing the money away, it's true value will be to the person who built it.
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Old 01-04-2011, 06:57 PM   #10
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Sick ride much respect for whats been done to this wagon.


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Old 01-04-2011, 10:42 PM   #11
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Just because I decide to blow 6 - 10k on an engine swap does not make the car worth any more. My guess is that the rust will be a priority, for me it really doesn't matter what the car is if the lift points are gone it's 2k max.

If the rust is superficial then I'd say 5-7k. Just my opinion. I'm sure you'll sell it as the tourings are uncommon. Everyone knows when you mod, you're just tossing the money away, it's true value will be to the person who built it.
if this is your opinion, i'd say your opinion is invaluable.

see all the people saying "sick deal?" then one idiot chimes in with something to the contrary.

I sold my last touring chassis, 4 lug with no motor or trans, for 6k.

you value what you want, the rest of the world will spin on the normal axis
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Old 01-06-2011, 12:18 AM   #12
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I've seen the car in person - cool ride and worth the $$'s. Spend a bit more in housekeeping and you have a truly unique, one of a kind rocket ship of a ride.

The alternative is build one yourself and spend WAY more than the $10K asked, plus a few years of your time.

If you're looking for a cool Touring, you've found it here.

Good luck with the sale.

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Old 01-06-2011, 02:07 PM   #13
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Well my opinion is as good as any. Good luck with the sale all the same. I can get an unmolested M3 that's never seen snow for 16-18k. Don't get me wrong here, I like the look of the car, I just don't think $$$ in mods = $$$ in value, it just won't happen.
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And thanks for thinking my opinion is 'invaluable' that means value beyond measure.
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why do you do this? i have a chassis worth 6k, a motor worth $6k, a trans worth 1k, suspension and brakes worth $4k, and misc stuff adding into the thousands.

if you for some reason think 10k is too much for a car that cost $25k to build, keep it to yourself. i, as well as many others, do not agree with your opinion. why do you continue posting your useless opinion? I do not understand.



thanks for the kind words lino
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