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  • FS: 1988 M3 - Henna/Beige

    I know I'm going to regret this...:chop:

    1988 M3
    VIN#: WBSAK0302J2196029
    Hennarot exterior
    Pearl Beige leather interior
    128,531miles (207,308kms)

    This car was brought up to BC from the US on Jan 8, 1992. Clean title, no accidents, two claims from ICBC for theft-from-vehicle (broken glass/missing roundels only).

    I purchased this car in September 2005 from a BMWCCBC member, with 119,000miles on the odometer. I parked the car when the odometer reached 124,850 miles and gave the car a thorough refreshing (see list below).

    The car has always used Mobil 1 15W-50 (old formula with ZDDP) since Ive owned it. I have an oil analysis from every oil change. Redline 75W-90 Fluid in diff. Redline MTL in transmission.

    The car has been garaged since Ive owned it. Always parked on stock wheels/tires with a full tank of gas and fuel stabilizer for the winter.

    The following parts have less than 3,650 miles (6,000kms) on them:

    Brakes:
    -25mm 750iL brake master cylinder
    -Rebuilt all four brake calipers (ATE kits)
    -EVO3 front brake rotors, OEM Rear rotors
    -Hawk HP+ Brake Pads (Front and rear)
    -Goodrich stainless braided brake lines (DOT)
    -BimmerWorld solid brake caliper guides (Front calipers only)
    -EVO 3 Brake Ducts
    -New parking brake assemblies (lines and actuators) and parking brake shoes

    Engine/Drivetrain:
    -Vorshlag engine mounts (85A durometer)
    -e24 transmission mounts
    -M Coupe diff. cover
    -Oil Pan Baffle
    -Iigomotiv SS 93+ octane chip
    -EVO lower airbox
    -S50 chain tensioner


    Misc.:
    -Removed A/C (all components forward of firewall)
    -Removed Fan Clutch & mechanical fan
    -Installed 80/88C temp switch
    -SPAL 14 puller fan mounted to radiator

    Interior/exterior:
    -Z3 1.9L Shift lever
    -Replaced all shift linkage bushings/mounts
    -BMW Anatomical Shift knob
    -New shift boot
    -Euro Grills w/ new ///M3 Badge
    -EVO 3 Undertray
    -Euro Tow Hook Covers
    -EVO 3 hood seals

    Front Suspension:
    -E36 M3 control arms
    -Treehouse racing solid offset control arm bushings
    -New tie-rod assemblies (inner and outer)
    -Reinforced/shortened strut bodies with height adjustable Ground Control spring perches
    -440lb/in springs
    -Revalved Koni yellow shocks (rebound adjustable)
    -Ground Control Camber/caster plates
    -Sparco Strut tower brace
    -New rubber front swaybar bushings
    -IE Adjustable front swaybar links
    -custom 25.4mm front rollcenter spacers
    -new front wheel bearings

    Rear suspension:
    -IE Race rear subframe bushings
    -IE Polyurethane trailing arm bushings
    -Modified rear subframe for adjustable camber & toe (using eccentric bolts)
    -New rubber swaybar bushings
    -New rear swaybar links (to trailing arm)
    -Ground Control height adjustable spring perches
    -660 lb-in springs
    -Revalved Koni yellow shocks (rebound adjustable)


    Wheels:
    - 235/40-17 BFG G-Force T/A KDW2 tires on 17x8 Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 wheels

    The most recent maintenance as of 128,321 miles:
    -Valve Adjustment
    -New BOSCH Distributor Cap & Rotor
    -V-belts
    - New BOSCH X5DC spark plugs


    The car will come with some spare/uninstalled parts, including:

    -EVO 3 adjustable front splitter & venturi (replica assembly, mould made from OEM parts)
    -stock wheels and tires (used for storage in winter)
    -original ECU chip
    -spare hydraulic engine mounts

    Huge piles of receipts from previous owners dating back to 1992, and for all parts above.

    I will post pictures soon.

    Car is located in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

    Serious enquiries only, please.

    $22,900 CDN

    nicksoi (at) gmail (dot) com

  • #2
    Full album of pictures are HERE


























    -Nick

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    • #3
      Car looks incredibly clean; love those wheels!

      As this is a US sourced car, I imagine it would be pretty easy to bring to the US; any thoughts from the group?

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      • #4
        Thanks for the compliments!

        I was told that a US buyer would only need the title + bill of sale to register the car in their state. Then they could put their new plates on the car and take it home.

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        • #5
          Open to reasonable offers...

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          • #6
            SOLD :music:

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            • #7
              Congratulations...still love the wheels!

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