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Flawless 1987 bronzit S52 swap + ZF Trans $6,000 Firm

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    Flawless 1987 bronzit S52 swap + ZF Trans $6,000 Firm

    I've finally decided to sell my meticulously maintained 1987 Bronzit
    325is. This car looks amazing inside and out. It also drives great with no mechanical issues. Car is currently located in San Antonio Texas and price is $6,000 firm. Text me at 210-452-8351 for more info about the car.

    Z3 steering rack(installed)
    Rogue engineering front and rear swaybars (not installed)

    Swap Details:
    OBD2 S52 w/DME
    -180k w/ Besian Vanos rebuild kit/Plug & Play harness/ EWS deleted (no key required)
    ZF320 transmission
    UUC lightweight flywheel w/M5 clutch (less than 2000 miles)
    M50 intake manifold
    Raceland header
    Full 3" exhaust
    -Cat and Resonator with FloPro Muffler
    Shortened D shaft (Fresh Guibo)
    KaMotors 3 intake
    Stewart water pump
    Mishimoto radiator w/SPAL fan
    Condor engine and tranny mounts
    e32 brake booster w/remote reservoir
    E34 oil pan
    E34 throttle cable

    Compression numbers taken:
    1- 175 2- 180 3- 182 4- 185 5- 182 6- 175

    The Bad:
    Car does not have AC or power steering. Both can be easily installed though.
    Exhaust has a very minor leak that is easily repaired.

    More pics to follow. These are horrible iPhone pics.

    This ever sell?
    West German BMWs, they just don't make the same as they did before the wall fell.
    ^Case in point: Auto-Repair Technology. Everytime my car isn't starting or acting up I let it sit, sometimes for an hour, sometimes for days. But it eventually fixes itself.