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  • 1988 M3 restauration

    Hello,

    This is my car.

    Buy in 2015 in switzerland , without engine, gearbox, interior , rusty ,but real m3 .

    3 years job , a lot of time ( and money ) .

    - sport evo carbon front spoiler

    - sport evo rear spoiler

    - OZ magnesium 18x8.25 and 10.25

    - Bilstein B8

    - rear bilstein springs

    - front APEX -60 mm srpings ( but coilover modif actually )

    - origin brakes ATE ( but Big brembo kit actually )

    - S3.91

    - full powerflex black series

    - uniball front coupelles

    - inox home made exhaust

    - evo2 exhaust manifold

    - evo2 admission manifold

    - recaro sr2

    - sport evo steering wheel

    - m3 e36 3.0 direction

    - m3 3.2 chain tendor

    - mishimoto front radiator

    ....




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      • #4
        Damn that's beautiful! Did you fill in the sunroof or keep?

        Did you do the work yourself or outsource? Paint job looks so good. Is that Lachs?

        E30M3 is a Legend

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        • #5
          That is absolutely stunning, thank you for going the extra mile!
          Dan

          88 M3
          Black on Black

          San Diego, CA
          USA

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                    And my 1996 M3 e36 3.2 estoril , full rebuild too , by me , with OZ MITO 18x8.5


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                    • #11
                      The picture of the Europameister plaque you posted, is this original to the car? I ask because if so you have a very rare car.

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                      From BMW M Registry web site:

                      BMW celebrated the dominance of its E30 M3 in the 1988 Touring Car season with a limited run of 148* "Europameister" edition road cars built from October through December of that year. Based on the regular production M3 with the 195-hp catalyst-equipped S14 engine, all examples featured an identical and unique color scheme: Macao Blue metallic (250) paint with a Silver extended Nappa leather interior that included hide covering the entire center console and also the special diagonally-pleated door panels.

                      The interior was also equipped with M-stripe lapels on all four seats, as well as door sill plates with the "M3" insignia and an "M" foot rest for the driver. A special plaque on the center console read "Europameister 1988 auf BMW M3" and was signed by driver Roberto Ravaglia.

                      Most examples of the Europeameister were produced for Germany or Switzerland and they were generally highly-optioned, though additional standard equipment over the normal M3 included only the 7.5x16-inch alloy wheels, green-tinted windshield stripe and power windows.
                      1990 M3

                      Usually it's best not to know how much money you have into your M3

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                      • #12
                        Stunning job beautiful

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                        • #13
                          Great work! Love it, the wheels are fantastic.
                          1989 Lachs
                          1988 Lachs - sold
                          1988 DS - sold
                          Car blog
                          Bay Area M3 FB group

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                          • #14
                            thanks you !

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