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e36 BMW M3


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1996 BMW M3

-140,000

-5-speed

-Rust free panels

-California Car

-LSD rear end

-Runs strong

-Shirts smooth

 

Car does need a clutch and a windshield among other various things to be considered re-stored. My intentions were to make it a track car or swap the m3 goodies into a an e30, that was just my personal preference though. Not really looking to trade but would consider Audi's or 5cyl volvo's.

 

Cell 419-618-4137 This is the best way to reach me, If I don't anwer I always call back.

Email: [email protected]

Car is Located in Tiffin, Ohio 44883

 

Thanks for looking,

Chris

 

price $3,400 obo

 

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Additional info:

 

To be driven it needs a clutch. That is all. The passenger rear wheel needs new bushings, it has the classic e36 toe-in. Those are the only two things it needs to be a driven.

 

To be restored it needs so many stupid little things. Door panel pins, front seats recovered, security system overridden or by-passed, head unit added, sunroof motor, windows work on intervals, hood latch is screwy, Manual vader seats need recovered.

 

^^these are all things I was well aware of before I bought the car and wasn't worried about. I wasn't going to rock door panels, bushings are cheap, corbeaus are great seats, security systems are dumb in factory form, Sunroofs suggest comfort no speed Haha, A crank window conversion would solve regulator problem, hood pins would take care of that stupid latch. These were my plans for it but I have one semester of school till graduation and have to drive over 1hr drive in the snow. Neither this or the civic do to hot in the snow and that's why I'm selling it.

 

The clutch is gone, car will not move. If your serious about getting the car and need to drive it home, our garage has tools a space heater and nice concrete floors and carpet squares. I'd be more than happy to help you get it changed.

 

Later,

Chris

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Couple of questions based on your description and pictures:

 

Is the front bumper just off for storage or is it missing?

Any idea on how much the clutch is and how long would it take to replace in your location?

 

If you were going to use this as a daily driver - besides the bushings and the clutch what else would you fix NOW?

 

Thanks in advance

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No I do not have a bumper cover, OEM's can be had for between $30-$100

 

Clutch's can be had for 225 shipped for the sachs oem replacement on up. To daily it i'd throw in an mp3 playe,r remove the AC, add corbeua's, add new front windshield (this one has a spider web crack), and add hood pins. That's just me though who ever buys it can make the car fit their own needs.

 

Chris

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