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Fresh BMW E36 M3 NASA/GTS3 (Price Reduction!)

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Subject: Fresh BMW E36 M3 NASA/GTS3

 

History: 1996 BMW M3 street car converted to a SCCA T2 track car by Edva Motorsports in Chicago, IL. Car was purchased from Edva and completely stripped and rebuilt in into the monster it is today. The cage was custom fabricated, interior and exterior freshly painted, motor built, transmission replaced, lsd installed, and suspension packed full of goodies. I purchased the car last march with only break in miles on everything listed above…the car has had 4 HPDE events since completion (RA, Blackhawk, BIR, Mid Ohio) and is as clean as the day I bought it. The car has both NASA and SCCA Log books.

Truthfully I do not know every trick in the book but the basic configurations are listed below:

 

Body/Aero:

~2,600lbs (zero factory wiring remains)

Lexan front windshield, side windows, rear window

OEM fenders

Composite fiber hood

Composite fiber trunk lid

Oem LTW wing

Oem LTW splitter (adjustable)

 

Suspension:

Moton Clubsport 2-way adjustable dampeners

Turner subframe and sway bar reinforcement kit

JTD rear and front strut tower braces

Racing Dynamics front and rear sway bars

TCKline trailing arm monoballs

Solid diff & subframe bushings

BMW X brace

 

Engine:

3.2L motor, detuned for class to 250whp

VAC stage one head (ported, Ti valves and springs)

CP Pistions

H-beam rods

Electromotive Tech3R standalone engine management (beautifully installed by Electromotive themselves)

Datalogger/dash lcd screen

Supersprint headers (with 6 individual EGT’s – no more burning down cylinder 6)

Supersprint exhaust

Custom Intake

Dual fuel pumps

Huge radiator fans/temp controlled (zero heat issues)

 

Drivetrain:

Brand new BMW factory transmission

JB racing aluminum flywheel

ClutchMasters clutch/pressure plate

Built 3.64 differential

New AKG motor and tranny bushings

 

Interior/Safety:

Professionally built 8 point roll cage, nascar doors, rear shock mount towers

Halon fire suppression (motor, driver, passenger)

Two Recaro Pole Positions race seats with 6 pt. belts

Physical gauges for oil temp, coolant temp, and tachometer

Full datalogging lcd screen with up to 50 input sources (internal memory)

Custom fuse panel in car

Custom brake ducting (from front bumper)

Center and window safety nets

Removable Sparco steering wheel

Full headlight and brake light functionality

2 sets of Kosei K1’s with Hoosier R6’s and RA-1’s

 

Additional Pictures:

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Huge Price Reduction!!! Spring is here and this car needs to move out for my new garage project...

 

New Price $20,000/obo

 

Please contact me with any questions – thanks for looking!

 

call/txt/email

 

Matt

matthewgawronski@gmail.com

612.597.7011

 

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wagongotya

No deposits yet, she's still available and ready to hit the track season!

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wagongotya

Update: added 100 or so pictures of various angles inside and out. Interior, Exterior, Motor, Suspension, etc.

 

Link: http://goo.gl/wm2GV

 

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wagongotya

Price Drop: $19,500. Don't be shy, I need the garage space asap!

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Trackfast

Nice car and GLWS. I would jump on this today but I just bought a 99 M3 (That is super nice) to build into a track car. I would have been money ahead if I would have just bought this.... Interested in a trade for a nice street car...?

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LukeP

I can vouch for this car. Ran at an HPDE with Matt last year, super clean car and had no problems filling the mirrors of my GTS3 car.

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blknc

what lap times does it run at MId Ohio?

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