Originally Posted by pbonsalb
To me it seems there are a fair number of magazine/book, internet and tuner educated E9x M3 owners, but not very many that work on their own cars and thus remove and install the parts they discuss, and even fewer who have basic welding or fabrication skills.
I've been hands on with every car I've ever owned. Granted, they weren't an M, but that's besides the point. It's a car. It has nuts, bolts, metal, plastic, leather....just like every other car I've ever owned. And I'll work on it myself, just like every car I've ever owned.