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1989 E30 325is Track car, Free car, you pay for the mods

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    1989 E30 325is Track car, Free car, you pay for the mods

    Hey guys,

    Unfortunately I am now forced to sell my baby. She is my baby but I am now moving in the next 2 weeks and am forced to pay off alot of debts and loans as well as pay for moving all my stuff. I have to sell my car even though I really don't want to. The auction pretty much spells it out. The car is basically free, it has almost twice the value in mods and 3 times the value in labor put into the car than its actually selling for. Car must be sold asap. My loss is your gain :( . Hopefully I can find a good home for her. Thanks guys


    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=150196530743

    #2
    LOL. Your description is comedy.

    Sounds like you're either a ricer yourself, or trying to sell your car to a ricer.

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      #3
      Race car? Haha, right.
      BimmerHeads
      Classic BMW Specialists
      Santa Clarita, CA

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        #4
        2300 lbs?
        200+ HP?


        Keep it slideways!!

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          #5
          who ever buffed that car for you Desperately needs to learn how to use a direct drive.

          1987 PRO-3 car /1990 325is (2.7i Concours)

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            #6
            Originally posted by Axxe View Post
            2300 lbs?
            200+ HP?
            yes and yes

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              #7
              Originally posted by Jparkr2004 View Post
              who ever buffed that car for you Desperately needs to learn how to use a direct drive.
              nobody buffed it, its a track car. I wash it and clean it but its not meant to be a show car, its meant to be used on a race track (and the street if you like since its street legal). I prefer alot more go than show but again to each his own.

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                #8
                So how did you get 200+hp out of a internally stock 2.5L m20? I mean aside from the "288 race cams" I really don't see any supporting mods, did you forget to list them?


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                  #9
                  OK, where are the under hood pictures?????

                  1992 BMW 325iC
                  1978 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
                  1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 140hp

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Jordan View Post
                    So how did you get 200+hp out of a internally stock 2.5L m20? I mean aside from the "288 race cams" I really don't see any supporting mods, did you forget to list them?
                    It begins, pass the popcorn

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Jordan View Post
                      So how did you get 200+hp out of a internally stock 2.5L m20? I mean aside from the "288 race cams" I really don't see any supporting mods, did you forget to list them?
                      its in the description. has 64mm BBTB, M30 AFM, silicone elbow upgrade, full performance exhaust system, modified headers, free flow cats, 2.5" exhaust all the way back. Also has custom Bavauto chip & lightweight flywheel, no AC & Power steering, etc etc. The car is extremely quick, definitely fastest E30 i've seen. Tied S52 powered E30 325is @ the race track w/ a lap time of 1:28.4. its very quick on the top end and power pulls strong all the way to 7krpm .

                      Thx

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by JasonC View Post
                        OK, where are the under hood pictures?????
                        ?

                        1992 BMW 325iC
                        1978 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
                        1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 140hp

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                          #13
                          Right.................

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                            #14
                            time slip?
                            interior shots?
                            proof of said weight?
                            Originally posted by ebelements
                            Also, for those who don't know, negative camber is the greatest thing since sliced bread(panera). Even tire wear is for city busses and the elderly.

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                              #15
                              none of that proves where this 200+ hp is coming from is this horsepower at wheels or crank?
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