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Old 29-May-2014, 01:40 AM
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Looks far too clean to make a track car out of

I'd make it a "320" for tax reasons and just do the nice subtle stuff on it and keep it on the road if it was mine
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Old 06-Jun-2014, 04:19 PM
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So picked up two sets of these e34 wheels yesterday one good set wit good tyres nd the others r a bit rougher nd have huge 225/6015 that were supposedly on an M5??? Better b dry tomorrow to fit em. Nd got 2 sets of sparco 4 point harness two,roll on gettin a fixed back bucket seat next. Out of interest how much would I get for a full leather interior still in car so everything there. Usual wear on the drivers bolster nd need a clean but in good condition overall
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Old 06-Jun-2014, 09:30 PM
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205/60 is the standard E34 size. M5s had 17s

The 205/60s wont fit on the E36. 195/55 to 205/50s are a good fit though
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Old 07-Jun-2014, 12:01 AM
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205/60 is the standard E34 size. M5s had 17s

The 205/60s wont fit on the E36. 195/55 to 205/50s are a good fit though
Keep the advice coming pal cheers. Can't wait to try the 15's out
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Old 08-Jun-2014, 09:19 PM
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Put the 15's on today nd must say I love em. Wanting a 328i wit these wheels on for years
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Old 09-Jun-2014, 12:53 PM
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Best of luck with this build, clean looking car. Reminds me of how clean mine was I got it, look at it now!
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Best of luck with this build, clean looking car. Reminds me of how clean mine was I got it, look at it now!
Ya have to have the battle scars pal but know ure car very well an inspiration more then anything. Was wonder wat oil,plugs and filter would ya recommend Paul

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Old 10-Jun-2014, 02:11 PM
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Ya have to have the battle scars pal but know ure car very well an inspiration more then anything. Was wonder wat oil,plugs and filter would ya recommend Paul
Quartz Racing 10W/50 from Micksgarage and just standard plugs and filter.
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