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  • WTB: shell, rear half cut, rear quarter body panels

    As the title states, looking for a e30 M3 roller, prefer no interior and no drive train. OR rear half cut, rear quarter body panels. I am located in Southern California. Body damage on the shell is ok and front end damage (depending on extent) is ok also. I guess some can imagine what I want to do but for those that don't sorry haha

    please reply to gus.montoya@gmail.com

    I don't usually respond to pm's so please use email.

    Thanks
    Gus

  • #2
    I believe that the rear fenders are still available. If you don't need the windshield, that would probably be a lot easier and cheaper.
    2006 GMC Sierra 2500HD 4WD LBZ/Allison
    2002 BMW M3 Alpinweiß/Black -
    AST 4100 500/500, Fikse Profil 13
    1999 323i GTS2 Alpinweiß
    1990 325is Brilliantrot/Tan
    - GC
    1989 325is Alpinweiß/Black - S50B30,GC/Koni, BBS RX, Peerless Skid, Sway
    1989 M3 Alpinweiß/Black - Basket Case

    Hers: 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo Black/Black
    Hers: 1988 325iX Coupe Diamantschwartz/Black 5spd
    272 cam, Korman driveshaft, R888s, H&R/Bilstein

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    • #3
      Front fenders and rear quarters are still available.
      Who knows where I'll be, changes from day to Continent.

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      • #4
        Factory straight panels are a lot easier to work with. Will be a bit more expensive but
        worth the cost in time and headaches saved.

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        • #5
          Than buying a shell? If that piece of crap that Bisan was flogging sold for even half what he was asking, then the E30 M3 roller market has increased again.
          2006 GMC Sierra 2500HD 4WD LBZ/Allison
          2002 BMW M3 Alpinweiß/Black -
          AST 4100 500/500, Fikse Profil 13
          1999 323i GTS2 Alpinweiß
          1990 325is Brilliantrot/Tan
          - GC
          1989 325is Alpinweiß/Black - S50B30,GC/Koni, BBS RX, Peerless Skid, Sway
          1989 M3 Alpinweiß/Black - Basket Case

          Hers: 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo Black/Black
          Hers: 1988 325iX Coupe Diamantschwartz/Black 5spd
          272 cam, Korman driveshaft, R888s, H&R/Bilstein

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          • #6
            Thanks all, I'll look into it.
            Gus:huh:

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            • #7
              Originally posted by chutrain View Post
              Factory straight panels are a lot easier to work with. Will be a bit more expensive but
              worth the cost in time and headaches saved.
              well said.

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