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1992 BMW 325IS AC Schnitzer Clone - Lots of Mods... $5500
Hi guys, it's been a while as life just never seems to slow down. I have recently moved to Dubai and as much as I love this car it is just not worth storing it and letting it sit.
No trades will be considered as it is not feasible for me
No Low balls as the price is FIRM (the car costs/owes me nothing)
No, I will not sell parts separately as this is a complete car!
Yes, viewings can be arranged in Peterborough. If you are serious about buying this car is worth the trip. A very good friend of mine/MAX member has all the paper work ready to go.
I shipped my truck over here but the ACS would not survive with no AC and wouldn't clear the speed bumps (If i can't drive it low I don't want to drive it! LOL)
Things to know:
There is no rust on this car, it is incredibly clean. Comes with paging Viper alarm system.Very reliable and very quick. I built the car in Jan/Feb of 2010 and drove the car until ~July 2010 and moved to Texas (the car was stored for 10 months).
24X,XXX km on the body of the car and has a CLEAN title, the fire happened in a driveway and there was no police report, no insurance claim. (Remote start and fuel leak)
I returned in May of this year and drove the car daily for 2 months. Replaced the tensioner pulley, accessory belt and battery. Here is a video of the first start up of the year. (No the car does not have cams, the idle needs to be bumped up a little)
The car won Runner Up in it's class in Performance World 2010 Custom car show and gets a lot of looks. All the parts on the car are authentic AC Schnitzer minus the front bumper which was replaced with a replica. You will be hard pressed to find an e36 in this condition with this many ACS parts.
Things to consider:
-Just passed e-test in June 2011 (still valid) and was safetied last year... So you will need a new safety. In terms of a safety the car will need a windshield to pass (crack along the bottom), horn doesn't work, and you will most likely need to raise the car up (coil over wrenches are in the trunk).
-Comes with 2 newer tires for the front (you can drive a few more months on the current ones) I would also get an alignment as I only ever did the poor mans alignment with a measuring tape with the car being so low!
-Clutch will need to be replaced at some point (occasionally slips in 3rd gear when driving very spiritedly.) Normal to medium driving there is no slipping what so ever, I rather someone be aware of this upfront as you probably wouldn't even notice when test driving.
-Engine will burn a liter of oil every 1500km. Doesn't smoke but it is noted. True mileage is unknown but compression was good and pulls hard. No coolant leaks and runs great. My theory was to drive it till it blew up and then 2JZ or blown 5.0 swap!
-CEL light is on for Voltage regulator. It will flicker on and off, this just happened this year after pulling it out of storage, no other codes.
-Only one side of the hood latch works due to a bad cable, it holds the hood down fine but you should know.
-Longer wheel bolts should be installed on the front wheels due to use of spacers (one bolt will not thread in the drivers side front wheel but will with a longer stud)
-Passenger side window switch has a bad contact and needs to be replaced as you need to keep pressing it, however does still operate the window.
-There is an AUX fan hooked up but it hot wired to a switch as a "quick fix" while I was home this summer, a proper relay/fuse should be installed.
-Heat shield is rattling a little while idling at a stop light, but due to the PITA it is to jack the car up I never had a chance to fix it.
-There is no windshield washer container as I wanted the engine bay clean, also no cruise control.
So there you have it, there are a few things to consider here but you are still getting a lot of car for the money. It is almost 20 years old!!! For being so the car gets compliments wherever I go and is a blast to drive.
-M50 I6 Engine -NON VANOS
-TMS LTW flywheel
-UUC Underdrive Pullies
-UUC Short throw shifter
-Clutch fan delete (Electric fan only)
-Idler pulley delete
-Engine bay wire tuck
-Oakville Motorwerks Custom 3" midpipe with race cat
-ACS catback exhaust
-New plugs, fresh oil change and coolant flush
-UUC Braided Brake lines
-Brembo Cross Drilled Rotors
-Bendix Ceramic Pads
-Dot 5 brake fluid
-PSS9 Coil overs 9 way adjustable
-Turner Motorsports 3 way adjustable sway bars front and rear (rear needs to be installed as I didn't receive the links to install)
-Strut Tower Brace
-M3 Offset Control Arm bushings
-Straight White Paint (Freshly sprayed last year)
-Custom Silver matched moldings/wheels
-ACS Front Fascia (replica/fiberglass)
-M3 Front lip retrofitted to the ACS bumper
-Custom Brake ducts for foglights
-ACS Side Skirts
-ACS Rear Bumper
-ACS molding badges
-ACS kidney grill badge
-ACS roundels front and rear
-ACS Type III wheels 18x9
-M3 Door moldings
-Projector Headlights w/ 6000k HID lows
-Black leather interior
-White door panel inserts
-White face gauges
-ACS dash badge
-ACS steering wheel badge
-ACS floor mats
-ACS door sill plates (stainless EBay part)
-Leather front seats from e46 330 with all power options (mint)
So here is a picture story of the car for those that do not know it, also more pics and full videos of the build can be seen on my website on http://www.theinfamousproject.com