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*SOLD* 1993 BMW 325is E36 Track/ Drift/ Race Car *SOLD*


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Up for sale is my E36 track car. I have owned the car for about 7 years. Half of the time as a daily driven street car and the other half as a garage kept track car. This car is a blast to drive and I never thought I would sell it, but the time has come for someone else to enjoy it.


Currently the car could go a few different ways as far as future use is concerned. It could be left the way it is and could be used as either a DE (track day) or drift car or with a bit more into it could be made into a legal racecar for NASA, BMW CCA, AER or something similar. This car can also still be registered and driven legally on the street. It has working headlights, taillights and turn signals.



- 93 325is chassis

- OEM M3 mirrors

- OEM M3 rear bumper

- OEM M3 side moldings

- Aftermarket M3 front bumper

- MaxVelocity GTR front lip

- Stock rear tow hook/ adjustable front tow hook

- Matte black facelift style kidney grills

- Smoked corner lights

- 6K 35W HID headlight bulbs

- Clear taillights



- The interior has been fully stripped of all carpet / sound deadening and has been painted. The dash has been gutted as much as possible to save weight. Any unnecessary wires have been removed and the remaining wires have been loomed. The sunroof cassette was removed and the outer roof panel was welded in place.


- 6 point roll cage by EFAB Motorsports in Lake Zurich (This cage was designed with the intention of being able to be added to/ completed in order to have a full cage that will be legal with most racing organizations/ classes that the car would fit in to. I have been quoted around $1,000 to complete the full cage.


- Roll cage GoPro mount

- Corbeau FX1 drivers's seat with dual locking slider

- Corbeau Forza passenger seat with single locking slider

- SCHROTH Profi 6pt cam lock harnesses

- MOMO mod 69 steering wheel

- E36 to MOMO specific hub adapter

- Smart Racing Products quick release

- IND Distribution shifter extension

- AMS Performance urethane shift knob

- Cruise control has been fully deleted

- All heat has been deleted including the removal of the heater core and a firewall block off plate has been installed in its place

- A/C has been fully and properly deleted. Compressor, bracket, lines, evaporator crank pulley, etc. have all been removed.



Drivetrain/ Other:

- Dinan ECU performance tune

- Dinan air filter/ custom cold air intake pipe

- UUC polyurethane transmission mounts

- AKG motorsport polyurethane lower control arm bushings

- AGK Motorsport polyurethane rear trailing arm bushing limiter shims

- AKG Motorsport rear sway bar reinforcements

- Racing Dynamics front and rear sway bars

- Bavarian Autosport performance springs

- Brand new tie rods this season

- M3 front subframe/ power steering rack

- Stainless steel braided brake lines

- Stainless steel braided clutch line

- Z3M short shifter

- Aasco 100806-11 13lb Billet Aluminum Flywheel

- South Bend pressure plate

- OEM clutch friction disk

- M52/S52 composite valve cover

- Mechanical clutch fan delete including lower temp thermostat/ aux fan switch (stock aux fan still functions)

- Metal impeller water pump

- Custom exhaust (stock manifolds, high flow resonators, Magnaflow muffler and single 3" rear bumper exit)

- Motorsport hardware wheel studs

- Motorsport Hardware titan cold forged alloy steel race lug nuts

- Hawk DTC60 front brake pads

- Hawk HP+ rear brake pads

- Kosei K1 17x8.5" wheels

- 235/40/17 Dunlop Direzza Star Spec tires

- Front strut tower brace

- 3.15 limited slip rear differential


Also included with the car will be a variety of spare parts and a replacement passenger quarter panel as the panel on the car is rusty and should be replaced.

I may be forgetting some parts or details with the car, but feel free to ask me any questions about it. Just about maintenance item was replaced on the car at some point during my ownership (joints, bushings, bearings, fluids, etc)


























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