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    Parting 10/1995 BMW 328is 5-speed

    Parting this 10/1995 BMW 328is with 5-speed manual transmission. Car was involved in a severe front end collision, so no front end parts available. Engine survived the collision and ran well. 223k on working odometer, when crashed.

    PLEASE TEXT FOR SERVICE AND I WILL GET RIGHT BACK TO YOU - 503...967...3800

    Parts not available:

    -all front body panels/sheet metal
    -SSR wheels (damaged)
    -DRIVESHAFT
    -exhaust
    -Bilstein PSS9 coilovers (damaged in crash)
    -control arms/tie rods (damaged in crash)
    -differential
    -VADER FRONT SEATS

    Parts for sale...

    M52 complete engine, with complete S52 cylinder head assembly (including S52 camshafts, valves, valve springs, etc). Top end of engine was rebuilt roughly 20k miles ago and ran fantastically, after the crash. Has an OBD1 valve cover conversion, Bavarian Autosport coil packs, 21.5# injectors, OBD1 intake manifold conversion, custom silicone cold air intake, Conforti shark injector tune, etc. $1500 for the complete engine, I'm not interested in parting any of the bits off it - buy all or nothing. Would be a great conversion to install in an E30...

    ZF320 transmission, in good working condition. I have two of these transmissions. $400/each.

    3.15 LSD from an M3, functioned as it should without issues. Appears to have been rebuilt, but have no proof. $OLD

    Nice pair of M3 Vader seats, finished in black leather, with working heating elements. Some wear on the driver bolster. $OLD

    Really nice folding black leather rear seat, great shape overall. $300

    Black door cards in fair shape cosmetically, but they will need to have the supports re-adhered. $100

    Nice black carpet, $150

    OE Euro clear taillights. Good condition. Fits coupe or cabrio models. $100

    M3 mirrors, good condition. $100

    OE M3 trim, complete, except for the LF fender trim, that was destroyed in the crash. $120 for the set.

    OE M3 "twisty" side skirts, good condition. $150

    Black non-M rear bumper, good condition. $150

    Whole rear subframe assembly, complete, except for control arms. $350

    Turner Motorsport adjustable rear control arms. Like new, less than 5000 miles on them. $175/pair.

    M3 front knuckles with wheel bearings, $150/pair.








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    Last edited by e30austin; 04-02-2019, 10:57 PM.
    Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
    @autobahnmotorsport
    '88 M5 | '88 325i | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 325is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '93 740il | '03 325it

    #2
    Just have to swap the diff cover to use on the E30, right?
    Simon
    Current Cars:
    -1986 BMW 325e & 1968 Datsun Roadster 2000
    Previous Car Count : 21 ... and climbing...
    Originally posted by Melon
    Let it be known to all. Simon fucking keeps it real.

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      #3
      Originally posted by 2mAn View Post
      Just have to swap the diff cover to use on the E30, right?
      I couldn't tell you, sir. Never done it before, so I have no idea.
      Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
      @autobahnmotorsport
      '88 M5 | '88 325i | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 325is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '93 740il | '03 325it

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        #4
        Originally posted by 2mAn View Post
        Just have to swap the diff cover to use on the E30, right?
        Nope, the case has different mounting points and reluctor ring. However you can gut the e36 diff and put the gears in an e30 diff if you're after a particular ratio.
        m106 1990 e30
        e36 daily
        e32 cruiser

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          #5
          Originally posted by Rennsport View Post
          Nope, the case has different mounting points and reluctor ring. However you can gut the e36 diff and put the gears in an e30 diff if you're after a particular ratio.
          oh boy... this sounds like its going to be fun...
          Simon
          Current Cars:
          -1986 BMW 325e & 1968 Datsun Roadster 2000
          Previous Car Count : 21 ... and climbing...
          Originally posted by Melon
          Let it be known to all. Simon fucking keeps it real.

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            #6
            Pmd about the vaders
            Originally posted by BewWoo
            That's what she said.

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              #7
              Bump, would love to sell the engine soon. E36 kids are horrible to deal with...
              Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
              @autobahnmotorsport
              '88 M5 | '88 325i | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 325is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '93 740il | '03 325it

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                #8
                Last call.
                Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
                @autobahnmotorsport
                '88 M5 | '88 325i | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 325is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '93 740il | '03 325it

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                  #9
                  I'd be interested in the engine mounts, if you were willing to box and send North. I'd pay for your shipping of course. Or hand them of to a friend of mine coming up this coming weekend for the ICSCC race weekend at PR.
                  Kevin Doyle
                  KD Motorsports
                  KD.Motorsports@yahoo.com
                  9175 Willows Rd NE
                  Redmond, WA 98052
                  (425)556-9076

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by bmnut2002 View Post
                    I'd be interested in the engine mounts, if you were willing to box and send North. I'd pay for your shipping of course. Or hand them of to a friend of mine coming up this coming weekend for the ICSCC race weekend at PR.
                    Are you talking about the aluminum engine arms? I may have one spare set. Happy to send them up to you...
                    Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
                    @autobahnmotorsport
                    '88 M5 | '88 325i | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 325is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '93 740il | '03 325it

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                      #11
                      Yep, sorry I see I called them mounts. Thanks for the catch. How much and would you be willing to ship? Thanks!
                      Kevin Doyle
                      KD Motorsports
                      KD.Motorsports@yahoo.com
                      9175 Willows Rd NE
                      Redmond, WA 98052
                      (425)556-9076

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                        #12
                        Do you have the shift carrier?
                        91 318iS - aluminum M52B28 + ZF320 + 3.15 Torsen

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