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  • *1991 BMW M3 DTM Tribute Warstiener Street/Track Car*

    1991 BMW M3 DTM Tribute
    Mileage: 132,427
    VIN: WBSAK0317MAE34298
    Diamondschwartz with partially gutted interior and cage

    Offered for sale is my 1991 BMW M3 DTM Tribute car finished in Diamondschwartz with Warstiener livery. Formally an in-house Turner Motorsport track car owned by Frank Selldorf (Ferrari Challenge) it was used to compete in the J-Stock class. Over the years this car has undergone a transformation into a street legal track weapon to pay homage to the German touring cars of the late 80s and early 90s. It has recently been cosmetically and mechanically restored to be reliable and attract a lot of attention in the paddock or at car shows. This e30 m3 has 132,427 original miles, all original body vin tags, holds a clean title/carfax and is 100% street legal. This is the car that you can legally drive to the grocery store during the week and take to the track on the weekends. All lights, wiper, etc work. There are a litany of rare and unobtainable parts on this car which make it into a “dream spec” street/track focused e30 m3. Carbon airbox, Alpha-N engine management, DTM monowiper, DTM cup mirrors, AP 4 pot brakes front and rear, BBS centerlocks, 4:27 diff, the list of rare parts go on and on.

    About a year ago I brought the car into my shop and began addressing any and all issues that the car may have as it was sitting in the previous owner's garage for a number of years. All fluids were changed, new tires, all oil leaks addressed, tidying of the engine bay and cabin, assuring all lights work, etc. An exhaustive list of all items completed can be found below. I had only one track day at Chuckwalla back in the early spring where I shook the car down, all temps were normal and the car performed beautifully with no hiccups whatsoever. It is READY to run your next track day without a hitch. For peace of mind to the next owner, I also just recently had the car serviced by La Jolla Independent to ensure that it is good to go.




    Click Link Below for Over 120 Photos:
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...fQ?usp=sharing


    Asking $70,000 OBO
    Located in San Diego, CA
    Please text Michael at (2 zero 3) six 1 zero two 8 six seven


    Engine/Drivetrain:
    -Long tube runner DTM carbon airbox (sounds intoxicating)
    -EVO red spark plug wires
    -Bosch Green Top EVO spec injectors
    -Aluminum radiator
    -Remote oil cooler
    -Alpha N engine management
    -Supersprint race center section w/ cat delete
    -Borla cat back exhaust system
    -4.27 LSD just rebuilt and resealed (very rare)
    -DTM style body mounted shifter
    -Poly alternator mount
    -VAC oil pan baffle
    -Electronic cooling fan w interior switch

    Suspension/Brakes:
    -Massive AP Racing 4 pot calipers front and rear
    -Two piece AP Racing floating rotors
    -Stainless steel braided lines front and rear
    -Turner carbon fiber brake duct kit w/ new hoses to front brakes
    -Front ground control coilovers
    -Revalved Bilstiens shocks in rear
    -Reinforced rear shock tower mounts
    -Ground Control camber plates
    -H&R sport springs
    -Suspension Techniques sway bars (22mm front, 19mm rear)
    -AKG offset front control arm bushings, Poly 95A
    -AKG rear subframe bushings, Poly 80A
    -AKG offset differential mount bushing, Poly 75D
    -AKG rear trailing arm bushing set, Poly 75D
    -Group N subframe reinforcement

    Wheels/Tires:
    -Genuine BBS Motorsport centerlock wheels 17x7 square recently refinished
    -Toyo Proxes R888R 235/40ZR17 practically new (DOT December 2020)
    -BBS centerlock hub conversion kit with safety pins

    Interior:
    -Full 6 point welded cage by Turner Motorsports
    -Vink motorsport front and rear carbon fiber door panels
    -Alpina dead pedal
    -Radio delete
    -Momo Monte Carlo 320mm Alcantara steering wheel with red stitch
    -Recaro Profi SPG XL FIA drivers seat compliant until 2023 (matching passenger included)
    -G-Force Pro Series 5 point harness in red (matching passenger included)
    -Quick release hub adaptor
    -Longacre convex rearview mirror
    -Hanging hook for steering wheel
    -Crack free dash
    -Rebuilt instrument cluster
    -HVAC delete (fan and ducting still present, speeds work if you need ambient air)
    -Center mounted window switches
    -Comm cable wired for pit communication
    -Rear drivers seat brace
    -Massive metal gas pedal
    -Headliner in tact with working sunroof/tilt
    -Working e-brake
    -Working interior lights
    -OBC unplugged
    -”Oh $hit” handles mounted to door panels

    Exterior:
    -Fresh glass out respray in original Diamondschwartz (8.5/10)
    -”M” stripe painted
    -Full Warstiener livery in “contrast” (white instead of black)
    -DTM cup mirrors in carbon fiber
    -Carbon fiber rear wing
    -12’’ carbon fiber extended rear wing flap
    -AKG Mono-wiper system - fully functional
    -Front carbon fiber splitter

    MAINTENANCE items all done within last year, less than 500 miles ago:
    -Rebuild cluster and replace SI board due to flickering gauges
    -Mount new Proxes R888r
    -Refinish BBS centerlock wheels, polish lips, refinish centers
    -Install new 5 point belts
    -Upper and lower oil pan gaskets
    -Valve cover gasket
    -All fluids flushed and filled (Oil, brake fluid, power steering, coolant, transmission fluid, differential fluid)
    -Re-shim oil pump for proper timing chain clearance
    -Replace both rear wheel bearings
    -Replace both rear axles
    -Upper fuel hoses
    -Install new spark plugs
    -Install new temp sensors
    -Install new upper hose clamps
    -New in line fuel pump
    -New in tank fuel pump
    -New fuel filter
    -Install new brake ducting
    -Install new soft brake lines from master to reservoir
    -Install new fuel injectors
    -New turn signal assembly
    -Rebuild accelerator linkage
    -Full 4 wheel alignment
    -Install new tie rod ends
    -New soft power steering lines
    -Differential refresh and reseal

    Spares/Parts:
    -4' 600ft/lb torque wrench w centerlock socket
    -Original e30 M3 wing finished in Diamondschwartz
    -NOAH Block-It car cover
    -e30 front and rear center console
    -New RECARO Profi SPG XL FIA drivers seat compliant until 2023
    -New G-Force Pro Series 5 point harness in red
    -Factory seat sliders with custom aluminum risers
    -new set of OEM BMW floormats, black
    -Original e30 M3 mirrors finished in Diamondschwartz
    -Original e30 wiper mechanism with arms
    -Black aluminum catchcan for coolant overflow
    -Stock airbox with all hoses and MAF
    -Stock intake plenum
    -Power steering delete block (new)
    -Aluminum steering guibo (new)
    -Alpha-N cable and CD
    -Extra valve cover gasket, Elring
    -A Pillar panels covered in black vinyl
    -Instrument cluster bezel
    -BMW Motorsport belt protectors
    -Wiper switch
    -Extra front windshield seal
    -Hard coolant line
    -Stock seatbelt buckles
    -Front splitter rubber gasket
    -Extra Throttle linkage
    -Turner exhaust to header flange
    -Throttle cable plates
    -Wheel stud and bolt kit to convert back to 5 lug if desired
    -Assorted gaskets and hoses

  • #2
    I have personally seen this car and can say it is a really nice build. I hope it stays out West and shows up at some track days. Good luck Michael!
    Dan

    88 M3
    Black on Black

    San Diego, CA
    USA

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    • #3
      Wonderful ad and great example.

      So the M stripe is paint and everything else is removable?

      E30M3 is a Legend

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      • #4
        Is it just me or is that a great price for all of that effort?

        GLWS.
        1988 BMW M3
        2010 Ferrari 599
        2013 BMW X1

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Steve88M3 View Post
          Is it just me or is that a great price for all of that effort?

          GLWS.
          It does seem like a good price. Keep in mind caged track cars don't bring as much money as non caged cars

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          • #6
            Originally posted by 99M3Riverside View Post
            I have personally seen this car and can say it is a really nice build. I hope it stays out West and shows up at some track days. Good luck Michael!
            Thank you for your kind words sir! Hope to see you around...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 168glhs1986 View Post
              Wonderful ad and great example.

              So the M stripe is paint and everything else is removable?
              Thank you! Yes, that is correct. My plan B is to remove all decals, do a 2 step paint correction and sell it without the livery. I understand it may be a bit much for some as is, but I would hate to remove all the decals, as that would be the way I would want to keep the car... Speaking of which, if an incoming buyer wants it all removed I would be happy to do so. The paint is very very fresh and the respray was well done.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 1990m3 View Post

                It does seem like a good price. Keep in mind caged track cars don't bring as much money as non caged cars
                Thanks again... good thing here is that the cage installation was not intrusive to the cars interior and can be removed without too much effort.

                I do understand the track car vs street car value discussion, however, the parts on this car I believe can overcome the delta. BBS centerlocks, centerlock conversion and AP racing F/R BBK alone is $10-12K+

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                • #9
                  Price drop to $69,420

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MKovac View Post
                    Price drop to $69,420

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                    • #11
                      I've seen this car in person as well and it's pretty awesome. Very clean and who doesn't love center locks! GLWS

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by bmwdayz View Post
                        I've seen this car in person as well and it's pretty awesome. Very clean and who doesn't love center locks! GLWS
                        Thank you for your kind words sir!

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                        • #13
                          Car has been sold. Mods please delete.

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