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J.R. Smith

1995 BMW E36 M3

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J.R. Smith

This is a fresh built car (SCCA logbook). I had the car built to participate in HSR and SVRA events in the Southeast.

The car is located at Pavlock Motorsports in Pompano Beach, Florida where it is being stored.

The car is a 1995 M3 with a 1999 BMW M3 S52 engine with 45k on it and converted to OBD I.

Engine has Achilles Motorsports pan baffle, reinforced pickup tube and oil pump kit with wired locking nut. New Cometic head gasket with ARP head studs and M50 intake manifold with wrapped headers.

The shocks are TC Kline KONI double adjustable (just rebuilt) with camber plates. 600 lb. front /700 lb. rear springs (new).

Rogue adjustable rear control arms, power pulley, short throw shifter, diff cover.

New lower control arms with solid motor mounts.

Aluminum flywheel with new competition clutch disc.

Adjustable front and rear sway bars - New aluminum radiator – oil cooler – diff cooler

Lexan windows all around. ATL 22 gal fuel cell with internal pump and custom low level pickup – lightweight battery

10 Lb fire system – 3 Qt. Accusump – Momo seat with brace – Race Quip belts

Kosei K1 wheels (17 x 8.5 ) with Toyo 888’s (2 heat cycles).

Radio wiring, holder and antennae – Autometer gauges.

European HID headlamps.

DTM front bumper/splitter.

Custom wrap that replicates BMW GTR raced by Boris Said and Bill Auberlin.

 

Comes with HUGE spares package:

95 M3 short block

5 speed transmission – two M3 diffs – 8 race wheels and misc. tires (Hoosier/Toyo’s) – radiator – control arms – suspension parts – doors - front bumper cover – ECU with custom chip – calipers - rotors – brake pads – spare springs -misc. parts etc. etc. etc.

 

$22,900

 

 

https://www.racingjunk.com/NASA-GTS-Challenge/183050060/1995-BMW-E36-M3.html?categoryId=1084&offset=0&from=category#1

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