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    3 dirty e30 M3's

    Here are some pics of all 3 of my toys! Thanks to my buddy nick for taking such great photos! :bow:
































































































    1988 M3 (Diamondshwartz)
    2004 M3 (SilverGray)


    #2
    danng.. nice cars. how many m3s do u need man? lol.

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      #3
      2 e30 m3 coupes &
      1 e30 m3 replica cabrio w/ s50 motor
      1988 M3 (Diamondshwartz)
      2004 M3 (SilverGray)

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        #4
        every morning would be murder..

        which car to drive to work ?

        .
        -----Zen and the Art of e30 Maintenance - / - Zen TOC - / - Zen Summary

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          #5
          I actually drive my 2007 tahoe to work everyday. All 3 e30's are away for the winter
          1988 M3 (Diamondshwartz)
          2004 M3 (SilverGray)

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            #6
            Nice man, all three are beautiful. Where in RI do you live? I have never seen any of them out here. I usually see this white e30 m3 but its like abandoned in a yard. If you ever see a e30 325is red beep the horn haha.
            92 Granite Silver Vert
            M60B40 5spd

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              #7
              Jesus Christ monkeyballs.

              Are those all yours?!

              Oh and before Josh asks, post the hires ones
              Last edited by M42Technik; 12-05-2006, 09:52 PM.
              Reminiscing...

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                #8
                Okay you have 3, I have none...hmm...Maybe you could give one to Santa for me plz?

                Haha...great looking cars!!

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by M42Technik View Post
                  Jesus Christ monkeyballs.

                  Are those all yours?!
                  Yeah,
                  I started 4 years ago with the diamondshwartz car. It was completely stock. Then last year I bought a 1990 325iC and did the e30 m3 conversion on it, with an s50 motor and all OEM parts. A couple of months ago I bought my buddy nicks zinnoberot e30 m3 and now the colection is complete..... or is it???????
                  1988 M3 (Diamondshwartz)
                  2004 M3 (SilverGray)

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                    #10
                    how about un-completeing the collection and selling me either of the coupes?

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                      #11
                      Amazing collection. Those are great shots, too. Is it possible to get a few of them in hi-res?

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                        #12
                        The black one with M Parallels... Oh my God, sexy.
                        1966 230SL /// 1983 635CSi /// 1988 M5 /// 1989 951 /// 1995 M3

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by e30ryan///m3 View Post
                          Yeah,
                          I started 4 years ago with the diamondshwartz car. It was completely stock. Then last year I bought a 1990 325iC and did the e30 m3 conversion on it, with an s50 motor and all OEM parts. A couple of months ago I bought my buddy nicks zinnoberot e30 m3 and now the colection is complete..... or is it???????

                          what all was involved with this Cabrio M3 conversion?

                          specifically the rear fenders?

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                            #14
                            Dammit the diamantschwarz M is delicious! I guess the other two are alright
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                            1991 Diamantschwarz 318is
                            1998 Cosmosschwarz M3 Sedan

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                              #15
                              Well, I hate you.

                              You got some nice clean cars.
                              91 m3

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