Originally Posted by LarThaL
Tons of bimmers up here too, but by far mostly 6 cylinder variants. Any 8 cylinder becomes much more rare, be it a 3, 5, 7, X. The thing about the M3, I think, is that it is familiar, and yet different enough even for the automotively uneducated. You cant help notice the wider tires, quad exhaust tips, big-ass front air dam, and hood bulge.
haha in socal ive seen alot of regular 3 series that do a m3 conversion... the hood, front bumper, and sides, but not the side fenders...