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    My M3 Sport Evolution #200

    This is my Sport Evolution. It's number two hundred. Bought it 7 years ago and it's currently rolled about 108.000km / 67.500miles. And yeeeees, I know Sport Evo's were only made in red, black and 2 white ones. When this one was new it was black, but fell of the transport when new, and was totaled. A man who worked at the bodyshop at the main dealer in M√ľnich, and he got ahold of one of the 20 extra shells made for motorsport and transplanted the engine and drivetrain into this. Therefor it has the same chassisnumber as it did when it left the factory. He desided to paint the car Mauritius Blau, and since this car isn't the same shell as the one it had from the factory I guess it's kinda the only blue Sport Evo in the world. The controversy about this story has been going on many forums here in Norway, so I'm prepared to get some flack about it. But I have the entire story confirmed from mobile tradition and the man that did the work.
    From new the car has electric and heated mirrors, electric sunroof, heated seats, leather interior, rear blind, large OBC aircon, red seatbelts, adjustable rear flap, adjustable front lip, Recaro 4-point seats and all the other Sport Evo spec stuff, like thinner windows, higher cut front arches, longer diff ratio and so on.
    Special touches that's been added over the years are:
    -BBS RS 075 9x16 et08 with 225/45-16 Toyo T1R tyres
    -BBS RS-GT 8.5x18 et15 + 8mm front and 13mm rear spacers with 225/35-18 Dunlop SP SportMaxx tyres
    -Silver flap rear and silver lip front
    -Alpine Headunit (top of the line 6 years ago)
    -RamAir performance airfilter
    -K-Mac adjustable camber and castor plates up front
    -A combo of performance and stock bushes
    -Eibach anti roll bars
    -Specially valved hillclimb spec yellow Koni dampers
    -Specially made hillclimb spec H&R springs lowering 65mm front and 50mm rear
    -Defa high spec alarm
    -OMP 4-point rallyspec harness
    -Original BMW group A exhaust with racecat
    -AC Schnitzer fully electric and heated mirrors
    When it comes to future plans, I've got some. But I've recieved a great offer for it, so it might get sold within the next couple of weeks. If not I'll update on future plans.

    Anyway here's the pics:





















    Here are some AC Schnitzer 8.5x17 et13's that I've bought, just gonna refurb them and then sell them. Gave $250 for them, so should be able to make a profit. The paint's shot to hell but their straight and not curbed at all.
    Last edited by Schieldrop; 04-16-2009, 03:19 PM.

    #2
    Authentic or not who cares! It's beautiful!

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      #3
      thats gorgeous mate.

      can never go wrong with that color.
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        #4
        Holy shit, I think I just came. That is unbelievable.

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          #5
          Beautiful car! You'll make a lot of ppl here jealous.

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            #6
            You sir, have one amazing vehicle.

            I don't care that it was rebuilt, in my mind that makes it even cooler having a history like that. I know what Sport Evos have gone for in the past, I'm sure if you do sell it your next project will be pretty amazing as well.

            I have to ask though. What do you get after a Sport Evo though, let alone this one?


            Who did the vector drawing by the way? Someone spent their time on that. Ask me how I'd know.

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              #7
              Speechless, I want it...
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                #8
                nice ride!
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                  #9
                  Very nice car.

                  How much are you selling those ACS's for?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by DEV0 E30 View Post
                    You sir, have one amazing vehicle.

                    I don't care that it was rebuilt, in my mind that makes it even cooler having a history like that. I know what Sport Evos have gone for in the past, I'm sure if you do sell it your next project will be pretty amazing as well.

                    I have to ask though. What do you get after a Sport Evo though, let alone this one?


                    Who did the vector drawing by the way? Someone spent their time on that. Ask me how I'd know.
                    Well, I do need the money since I'm about to buy a new and larger appartment, so I guess for once in my life the brain has to win over the heart.
                    I might be getting a 325i M-TechII that is in perfect condition, but we'll have to wait and see. And as for what I'm getting for, let's just say ALOT.
                    The drawing was made by Doctor Phoenix/Edvard Dyb at DeviantArt.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by e30s52 View Post
                      Very nice car.

                      How much are you selling those ACS's for?
                      I don't really know, I've just stripped them and I'm going to fully polish them.
                      I've already gotten an offer for $1000 for the finished item.
                      Might sound like alot, but anyone who's polished a set of wheels them selves know it ain't a quicky :-)

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                        #12
                        Pepper needs new shorts!

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                          #13
                          Sweet lord baby jesus!

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                            #14
                            Mmmmm Macaublau. Very nice.

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                              #15
                              Woah, your car's sickk.
                              I like the BBS RS's more though, even though the RS-GT's are bigger...

                              Originally posted by Janderson
                              you can have the keys to my hunk of 20+ year old West German steel when you pry them from my cold dead fingers.

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