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Custom Made Skid plates for sale.

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    Custom Made Skid plates for sale.

    Custom Skid plates for your M20, M42 DOHC IX S14 M3 and M30 e30 update new design no holes over bend this made the plate much stronger.

    I made one for my self for my m20 and people liked it. So they are for sale. They are made from 10 gage steel. They weigh 10.9 pounds and are powder coated black. I can do custom color for and extra charge.$ 190 shipped 10 gauge steel $165 is the price picked up in Vancouver Oregon.

    Powder Coat colors are:

    Custom colors add 30$
    and White.
    add 3%

    Thank you for your interest.
    Last edited by ejnight; 05-11-2018, 09:51 AM.
    Custom Made Skid Plates For Sale.

    I would be up for an e30 M42.. M20 plate looks good.


      Wow, this is a screaming good deal. I will be in touch very soon :)


        I'd be in for a DOHC set.


          Originally posted by dlmrun2002 View Post
          I would be up for an e30 M42.. M20 plate looks good.
          i'd like an M42 version too


            Doing a mock up this weekend.

            Originally posted by n2motorsports View Post
            i'd like an M42 version too
            Custom Made Skid Plates For Sale.


              /\ I'll be there at 10am sharp!! :)


                They look good
                Last edited by ethirtydavid; 05-23-2008, 12:30 AM. Reason: pooped my shorts


                  i'm all over it when you have one for the dohc. let me know.


                    Thank you.

                    Originally posted by ethirtydavid View Post
                    They look good
                    Custom Made Skid Plates For Sale.


                      Definitely interested in an M50 version when it becomes available.
                      '91 318is


                        Definitely interested in M50 version.


                          I will buy one from you as SOON as the DOHC is available, please keep us posted!
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                            I'm horribly tempted to buy this, but I don't think I can mount it the way my intercooler is set up without having to make some serious cutting to its front portion.. :(
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                   of the most hardcore E30's around. :D


                              I'm in for an M42 one, FOR SURE.