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Old 04-14-2014, 10:16 PM   #1
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CO: 1989 325 sedan track car for part out

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I'm offering my 325 sedan track car for parts. I've purchased an E30 M3 that will do some track duty, so this guy is on it's way to a new home. See the pictures and description below for more information!:readopt

Details: I bought this car in 2006 in California and shipped it to Germany. Since I lived about 45 minutes away from the Nurburgring, my intentions for the car were to put quality springs and shocks & good tires then do as many laps as I could afford. As you can see by the pictures and description below, it spiraled out of control into a bit of a monster. If there are any parts you are interested in, please feel free to email me!



For sale add: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=331820
-S50B30 powertrain. Pulled from a french 94 M3 that was crunched in the rear with a bit of damage to the front as well. I started it myself while still in the donor car.
- ZF 5-speed from donor car
- VAC motorsport 24v oil pan baffle
- E34 oil pan
- E30 M3 driveshaft, rebuilt/balanced summer 2010 w/ E34 M5 guilbo
- AKG motor/trans mounts
- BMW Motorsport 55c thermostat
- OEM S54 MCoupe 3 core radiator. Distilled water & water wetter for coolant
- VAC motorsport oil cooler with -10AN lines
- Joe Gibbs racing 15W50 motor oil
- AKG DTM stage 2 shift lever
- UUC DSSR modified to fit
- Silver label 075 EWS ECU from the motor including the key & cylinder sitting in a box.
- Red label 075 Non-EWS ECU in the car
- H&H Alpha-n chip (ECU + VANOS) (not in the car, currently installed in spare silver label 075 ECU)

- DTM Fiberworks fender flares.
- Rear wing I traded a friend for a full milk crate of assorted liquor bottles. Uprights leading into the trunk floor on either side of the license plate.
- Sunroof and mounting tray completely removed
- Carbon Fiber sunroof plug bonded into the roof panel
- MHW smoked rear tail lights (for sale add: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=346852)
- Abrahamsmotorsports smoked turn signals (not sure of the brand)
- OEM French yellow headlights. All new adjusters, black light surrounds
- Euro front grills
- OEM foglight blanks
- OEM passenger mirror delete
- E34 AC Schnitzer mirror with cracked glass
- i & iS front lip spoilers stacked to sit flush with the 5/8" birch plywood front splitter.
- 5/8" Birch plywood front splitter mounted to the front subframe, stachions welded to the chassis & a dozen or so threaded rods from the front valence. Splitter is drilled for 3 different settings:
-- Sticks way to far out
-- Sticks kinda far out
-- Sticks out about as much as the bumper
Photo of the stanchions for the splitter:

-AST 5100 E30 M3 struts/shocks (for sale add: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=346867)
- Swift assist springs 225in/lbs
- Swift 7" 600in/lb front springs
- Vorshlag front camber plates
- Massive Lee 1" roll center spacers (require 17" wheels)
- brand new E30 M3 tie rods
- Brand new 96+ E36 M3 control arms
- Bimmerworld sway bar end links
- E28 wheel bearings (same as E30 M3, just different ABS tooth count)
- E30 M3 rear subframe
- Hypercoil 750in/lb rear springs
- Ground control rear strut mounts
- 90mm wheel studs
--- All of the above have one track day, 300 total miles---
- Tree House Racing green lollypop bushings
- Willwood 332mm 6 piston front brakes
- Willwood 300mm 4 piston rear brakes
- Functional E-brake, freshly rebuilt
- New OEM E-brake lines
- Willwood manual pedals (no booster clearance problems)
- Willwood front/rear bias adjuster (blue knob)
- Willwood rear brake pressure attenuator
- Factory 3.73LSD (could use a rebuild. perfect 4.10LSD w/ fresh redline fluid & brand new OE Mcoupe cover available)
- E30 M3 steering rack (manual)
- Sparco looking strut bar (I.E. I believe)
- Ireland Engineering 25mm hollow front bar. (for sale add: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=346856)
- Ireland Engineering 22mm rear bar (not hooked up, links included)
- Ireland Engineering sway bar reinforcements
- Powerflex RTAB bushings
- New OE rear subframe bushings (3 years old, 4 track days on them)
- 18x9.5 et22 CSL replica wheels with 245/35/18 Kuhmo XS tires. Tires still good for street driving, but might not be good for track due to colorado winters.
IMG_4819 by ericandshovin, on Flickr


- 17x10.5 & 17x11.5 BBS RS wheels: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=320782

- 2 Recaro Pole Position SPG seats (my 36 inch waist is snug) floor mounted on custom (Uwe) E30 specific steel mounts
- Autopower 4-point roll bar with removable diagonal & horizontal/harness bars (for sale add: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=346853
- Scroth Latchlink 6-point harnesses
- AKG DTM stage 2 shifter. AKG knob & custom wood knob included
- Steering column lowered significantly
- Sparco 325 steering wheel. 90mm dish black suede finish. Quick release hub also included
- Massive Brakes Groupe A replica dead pedal
- Dash lowered & flocked to remove glare
- No HVAC. Nothing. No lines, heater core, AC etc.
- Radio delete pannel
- DTM gauge cluster. I'm not sure if it's real or not, but I purchased it on ebay germany from a guy that was selling a few other E30 M3 race car bit. Guages have part numbers on the back from 87/88 and the wiring looks 25 years old. VDO tach (only new gauge). (for sale add: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=346855)
- Door panels & rear shelf stripped down to the cardboard core and then covered in black tweed.
- Original front window, still has break in instructions! (pitted badly)
- Power windows still fully functional. This is the only source of HVAC, and why I kept them functional. Probably 80+lbs of weight if you wanted to strip the doors.
Photo's of the seats & dash/cluster:

- Holes in the rear quarter and doors from the old, black IE flares. Not noticeable from 10 feet away.
- A bit of clear coat peeling on the hood. A few bumps/scratches around the body. It's a track car, so I never worried much about the paint condition
-Tacho doesn't seam to be accurate. I set the pin switches for a 6cyl, but it reads low in my opinion.
- Fuel gauge just pings to full. I just top off the car after every session, and never had a problem.
- I started to cut the fender flares to fit 275/40/17 slicks, but never completed fitting them as they are just too big.

Included, but not yet installed:
- Custom 304SS exhaust. Side exit, no cat, Burns collector, mandural bent tubing. (will be installed prior to sale if the buyer wants)
- Carbon airbox. Hits the radiator hose, will not be installed by me.

Price/payment: $varries, make an offer! The price is "best offer" but no time wasters please.

Shipping:I will gladly ship worldwide after payment is complete (sorry Nigeria).

Contact:If you have any questions or would like more details, please email me at wmwnwmn at gmail.com, this works much better than PM function

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Thanks for looking.

Last edited by Eric; 02-09-2015 at 01:28 PM. Reason: Car now being parted.
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Old 04-15-2014, 05:35 AM   #2
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A little sad inside to see this thing being sold. It was a major part of me getting into the e30 game. Good luck with the sale, hoping for a good new home. Enjoy that m3!

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Old 04-15-2014, 06:35 AM   #3
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Wow, this might be my new favorite e30.

whoever picks this up is in for a ton of fun.

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Old 04-15-2014, 10:03 AM   #4
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Proper build and a good price for the work put into it. Nice work!
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Old 04-15-2014, 08:06 PM   #5
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Free bump for a badass sedan. I can only hope mine to be a 1/3 of that guy some day.
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Old 04-26-2014, 10:01 PM   #6
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Old 04-27-2014, 07:51 AM   #7
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Bitchin' car & really good guy selling it. Someone's gonna end up with an awesome toy. GLWS
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Old 04-27-2014, 07:32 PM   #8
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That's one bad sedan
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Old 04-29-2014, 08:15 PM   #9
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Wow, I have always loved this car. GLWS!
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Old 08-06-2014, 05:57 AM   #11
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Parting it out if anybody is interested.
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Old 08-06-2014, 10:03 AM   #12
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would be in depending on tip slant and tube size
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I sent you an email, but maybe all these parts are gone? Looking for suspension and brakes.
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