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  • E30 M3 Parts

    E30 Floor mats, Mint condition $500
    E30 M3 Leather bra, Very good condition. $450
    2.5 S14 Crank brand new, Brand new 2.5 pistons with rings, Reconditioned rods. $3500
    E30 M3 Steering rack, Selling as a core even though it came out of my car with no issues. I had planned to rebuild it. Had 120,000 on it when removed. $100
    E30 M3 brake duct backing plates. $100
    E30 M3 rear package tray with speakers. $500

    Shipping is not included, please PM me if you have any questions

    https://flic.kr/s/aHsmNHsyhc

  • #2
    I will take the rack, price on shipping to 91042, where you located?
    Finnally Powered by my ///M3
    1990 E30 M3
    1973 M2

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    • #3
      I'll take the package tray, shipping to 08234?

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      • #4
        Just a thought, but have you looked up the price on a new Colgan Bra for an M3? They are $231.....

        They work well and fit nicely!
        75 M2
        88 M3

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mlytle View Post
          Just a thought, but have you looked up the price on a new Colgan Bra for an M3? They are $231.....

          They work well and fit nicely!
          The seller is clearly an enthusiast .... (sarcasm)

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          • #6
            PM sent

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            • #7
              The steering rack has been sold

              As for the Bra I wasn't aware you could still buy them new. New price is $200 shipped

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              • #8
                The Rear Package Tray is Sold

                Thanks for the interest

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                • #9
                  Floor Mats Sold!

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                  • #10
                    Good seller guys, thanks again Jon
                    Finnally Powered by my ///M3
                    1990 E30 M3
                    1973 M2

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                    • #11
                      Bump Nobody is interested in building a 2.5?!
                      IMG_4277 by jon allie, on Flickr

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by bmwdayz View Post
                        Bump Nobody is interested in building a 2.5?!
                        Times have changed for the e30 m3. Since they are now considered highly collectibles, it’s all about original condition and staying 2.3.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SlideM3 View Post

                          Times have changed for the e30 m3. Since they are now considered highly collectibles, it’s all about original condition and staying 2.3.
                          The 2.5 parts I'm selling are factory M3 parts so they won't hurt the value of anybody's collector M3.

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                          • #14
                            And if you don't buy these 2.5L parts, good luck getting them in the near future especially in the US.

                            Thanks,
                            Mike K.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by bmwdayz View Post

                              The 2.5 parts I'm selling are factory M3 parts so they won't hurt the value of anybody's collector M3.
                              Agreed! I did my 2.5 build with all BMW parts and I don’t believe it de-values the car at all, and made it way more fun to drive, and I think desirable.

                              Don

                              Don
                              1973 - 2002
                              1988 - iX
                              1988 - M3

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