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FS: 1990 BMW E30 325i Track/HPDE Car (Silver with M52 Engine Swap)

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    FS: 1990 BMW E30 325i Track/HPDE Car (Silver with M52 Engine Swap)

    Very nicely sorted and reliable E30 track car, perfect for driving to HPDE events. I’ve driven from Atlanta to Birmingham (Barber), Savannah (Roebling), and Bowling Green (NCM) without issues. Dyno’d at 198 hp and 195 lb/ft at the wheel. Car ran a 144.06 at Road Atlanta and a 123.5 at Roebling Road with more time left on the table.

    I bought it from a BMW Technician in 2018 (knew the two previous owners as well) and have had a blast the past 18 months and greatly improved my driving skills. But not getting to the track as much lately and need to make room in my garage.

    It's been a southern car it's whole life and is rust free. Bodywork is in decent shape but does have some minor dings/scratches that have been painted over, and the clearcoat is almost nonexistent on hood and roof. The rear seats, AC components, radio and rear section of carpet have been removed but everything else is still intact.

    Please see the pictures and below for all the details and let me know if you have any questions. Car is in Atlanta. Asking $9,500 OBO.




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    Drivetrain
    - M52B28 engine swap including: machining/pressure testing of the head, new valve seals, new gaskets (e.g. headgasket, oil pan, oil sump), complete cleaning of the block deck.
    - ZF M3 5 speed transmission
    - M52 Clutch/flywheel
    - 3.25 LSD
    - TRM OBD1 tune
    - 21.5 Pink top injectors
    - M50 manifold
    - OBDI throttle body with Bimmerworld Boot
    - OBDI wiring harness/ecu/sensors
    - OBDII exhaust manifolds/custom piping.
    - AKG Race shifter.
    - AKG swap motor and trans mounts
    - Bimmerworld SS clutch line
    - Race skid oil pan protector
    - O.E. rear axle assembly (<1 year old)

    Suspension/Brakes
    - Ground Control full coil over kit with camber plates and GC modified strut tubes reinforced and powder coated black 525f/850r
    - Replaced wheel bearings (rear < 1 year old)
    - Z3 1.9 steering rack with newer tie rods
    - AKG Sub frame and diff mounts
    - Rear subframe with welded in I.E serrated rear camber/toe kit
    - Bimmerworld FCAB's
    - O.E control arms
    - UUC spec e30 front and rear sway bar kit with reinforcements
    - Bimmerworld SS brakelines 1 year old
    - Rebuilt front calipers and new rear calipers (<1 year old)
    - ABS delete with PFC 08 brake pads
    - Bimmerworld Brake cooling duct kit
    - D-force wheels 15x7 with 225/45R15 Nitto NT01 tires
    - Bimmerworld Race bullet head wheel studs

    Interior
    - Kirk 4 point roll bar
    - Bimerco halo driver with Planted side mounts seat
    - OMP passenger race seat
    - Bimmerworld Race Seat mounts
    - G-force Racing 6 point harnesses
    - Sparco steering wheel with Momo hub

    Recent Maintenance & Other Misc.
    - Fluids changed (oil, transmission, differential, brakes)
    - Replaced MAF sensor
    - Spark plugs
    - Oil filter housing
    - Center support bearing
    - Guibo
    - Valve cover gasket
    - Boots
    - Knock sensors
    - Radiator, expansion tank and hoses
    - Fuel tank and fuel pump
    - Battery
    - Pulley, belts and tensioner
    - Water pump
    Attached Files
    Last edited by JPS-ATL; 05-21-2019, 02:15 PM.

    #2
    Seems I forgot to list the mileage :-(

    Odometer is at 203,XXX and is accurate to the best of my knowledge. I believe roughly 40,000 of those miles were added after the engine swap.

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      bump

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        #4
        Is engine OBD1 or OBD2? I know you put obd1 harness on, but wasn't sure if that was to save time on swap

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          #5
          Originally posted by jjc034 View Post
          Is engine OBD1 or OBD2? I know you put obd1 harness on, but wasn't sure if that was to save time on swap

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          The previous owner tells me engine was OBD1. If you know how to verify I can try and take a look.

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            #6
            Originally posted by JPS-ATL View Post
            The previous owner tells me engine was OBD1. If you know how to verify I can try and take a look.
            Are there two sensor ports on the driver side of the block for temp gauges? Should be on the left of the brown temp sensor.

            Also knock sensors - is there a plug on the rear middle driver side of the block?

            Appreciate the clarification!

            Thanks,
            John

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              #7
              Saw this car at the track this weekend, looks like a really fun package for the money (I was in the white e30)
              - '88 m54 coupe

              <3

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                #8
                Originally posted by Jb325is View Post
                Saw this car at the track this weekend, looks like a really fun package for the money (I was in the white e30)
                Saw you there too. Was a fun weekend and we got lucky with the rain.

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                  #9
                  Sent you a PM.

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                    #10
                    Sold

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