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      04-13-2013, 10:40 AM   #1
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Exclamation PRICE DROP! Forget an E30 M3. This is faster, cleaner and won't cost your firstborn

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The sad day has come where we must part with "Kylie". I want to start work on an E92 M3 project car, and the wife has forbade me from having two project cars. Kylie was recently featured on the front page of Bimmerpost, and you may have seen her at Bimmerfest East last year.

So it is with a heavy heart that we put her up for sale.

Everything in this car has been done the RIGHT WAY. The restoration was completed professionally by Levent and Joel @ Guten Parts + Service in South Orange, NJ . No expense was spared in replacing absolutely everything from the Engine and Transmission down to the Window Trim and Tow Hook Covers. A total of 400 miles has been put on her since the full restoration was completed.

A full list of the work completed on Kylie will be provided by request for serious potential buyers. We would prefer her to go to a home where she will be driven, as this is what this car was meant to do, she is no garage queen. Her power is estimated north of 260hp so she will go, especially in a car that weighs just over 2600lbs.

We will ship her via enclosed transport at the purchaser's discretion. Please not that this is not included in the price of the car. And yes, this is an expensive car. It will cost you a LOT more than this to complete a restoration of this caliber, and we have put in more time, effort and money that we could ever hope to recoup by selling her.

Please contact me via PM, Email @ Rich@gtbperformance.com or you can reach me on 973 429 2839 10am-8pm Mon-Friday EST.

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  • 1987 325e w/ S52 3.2L Swap from a 1998 M3, Running OBD2. Top End re-built
  • Full Respray in the original Alpine White - No Body rust present. Paint job is no MAACO job, it was completed by John at Monty Motors, to the tune of $6200 dollars
  • Euro Bumpers
  • E30 M3 Gauge Cluster
  • Custom Interior by Euro Interiors in NY (Authorized Ferrari Interior Repair & Restoration)
  • Custom Restored M-Tech 2 Steering Wheel with Matching White Stitching
  • Working Heat + Ice cold Air Conditioning
  • H&R Springs, Bilstein Sport Shocks and E36 M3 Steering Rack Update
  • IE Sway bars|
  • Stromung Exhaust w/ Schmeidman Headers
  • Rogue Engineering SS Brake and Clutch Lines
  • Ronal LS Wheels

Mileage :

Chassis : 147,252
Motor : 89,059 Pre Restoration

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      04-14-2013, 03:58 PM   #2
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what motor in her
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      04-16-2013, 05:12 PM   #6
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glws! she will find a good home I'm sure. nice build.
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      04-16-2013, 10:41 PM   #7
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Why the M50/S50 valve cover out of curiosity?
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glws! she will find a good home I'm sure. nice build.
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Why the M50/S50 valve cover out of curiosity?
You mean as opposed to an S52 valve cover?
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Looks good. GLWS.
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glws! she will find a good home I'm sure. nice build.
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Why the M50/S50 valve cover out of curiosity?
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Yes, sorry I thought that question was self explanatory. The OBD2 harness doesn't fit well on the aluminum OBD1 valve cover
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Great looking E30, GLWS.
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Yes, sorry I thought that question was self explanatory. The OBD2 harness doesn't fit well on the aluminum OBD1 valve cover
I think they went with the OBD1 cover because the S52 valve cover was a little worse for wear. The S50 cover we had was re-finished and powdercoated in Wrinkle red and they didn't mind the extra work. It wasn't by any particular preference of mine. It all works just as well
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Fun car. I have a e36 Cali top 318ti with an S52 swap, TCK DA coilovers, custom LSD, M3 brakes, etc., so I have a feeling how your goes. Did you transplant any of the M3's brake components or convert to 5 lug?

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Fun car. I have a e36 Cali top 318ti with an S52 swap, TCK DA coilovers, custom LSD, M3 brakes, etc., so I have a feeling how your goes. Did you transplant any of the M3's brake components or convert to 5 lug?

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Unfortunately we didn't do the 5 lug swap or M3 brakes. It was definitely a consideration that I thought long and hard about but the paint ended up siphoning funds away from that area. We did an E36 rack swap which really improved the steering feel and handling. Brakes are upgraded Zimmerman Coated Drilled Rotors with performance pads and stainless steel lines and new hard lines.

I think if I weren't selling her I'd definitely do the 5 lug upgrade for sure, but it would be more so purely for the braking experience. I had no intention of ever putting more than a 16" wheel on Kylie because I don't think a 17" looks right on the car.
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That is an absolute beauty. Always have loved the e30 and with a s52 engine swap GLWS!!!!!!
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