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Old 12-23-2004, 03:01 AM   #16
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It was totaled after an autocross I believe on the Bay bridge
Your right. The car got rearended an the insurance company wrote it off. Now he is working on an E30 M3.

Link to the cabrio......
http://www.davelength.net/car/cabrio.html
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Old 12-23-2004, 03:57 AM   #17
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Your right. The car got rearended an the insurance company wrote it off. Now he is working on an E30 M3.

Link to the cabrio......
http://www.davelength.net/car/cabrio.html
His baye30.net site is down, ( the forum part anyway) there's more info on the crash including pics in there

He parted out that car and made alot of people happy though haha ( my freind got his hard top)
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Old 12-23-2004, 06:45 AM   #18
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ummmm no way.
Ive seen one for sale on DTM about 2 years ago, guy was asking more than regular 325is but nowhere near e36 m3 price.

you sure it has all the m goodies except the engine?
From what I heard its only bumpers

If it is why would anyone pay for it more than m3 if its same thing as M3 minus the main part - the engine.
Its a no collector car and its still has WBA VIN.
I remeber spotting a 1994 M technic 325is on sale like a year ago......the price for it was about the same price as 95-96 M3 at the time.

It doesnt have an M3 motor under the hood but it does have an M suspension,body kit and a few other minor things.
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Old 12-23-2004, 11:18 AM   #19
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ummmm no way.
Ive seen one for sale on DTM about 2 years ago, guy was asking more than regular 325is but nowhere near e36 m3 price.

you sure it has all the m goodies except the engine?
From what I heard its only bumpers

If it is why would anyone pay for it more than m3 if its same thing as M3 minus the main part - the engine.
Its a no collector car and its still has WBA VIN.
If it's a real 94 M-tech 325, it has EVERYTHING that an M3 has. Brakes, suspension, reinforced chassis, except the engine. They realeased 150 in the states of them as sort of a trial before they released the 95 M3's or something like that. They are rare, and like I said, they are more competitive then an regular 325i, yet compete against 325i's because they're stock.
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