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Thread: Guess I should do this now. E36 oldschool

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    Default Guess I should do this now. E36 oldschool

    Started out in February of this year with me wanting something to drift a bit and daily, and so I found a 1997 BMW 328i. Black, four door, completely stock and beat to hell. For $850, it was worth it, I suppose. It ran, and made the three hour trip home without a hiccup. Awesome. Fast forward six months and here we are, far from stock and surprisingly still alive.

    Maxpeed rear camber arms
    Maxpeed coils
    Speedway motors steelies in 15x10 6in lips, squared.
    3.5in flares
    Random interior stuff (headrest pillows, steering wheel, seatbelt covers)
    Suspension bushing refresh
    Cai
    Third gen firebird wing

    That's pretty much it, just a low daily beater but it's my first lowered car.
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    Last edited by Quillhill36; 08-30-2018 at 02:42 PM.
    You can daily a monster truck, it's still not practical.
    Dailylow.

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    That wing works really well.

    -1993 535i/5 NA-T

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSBolger View Post
    That wing works really well.
    Thank you. I had it lying around and it had a good look to it. One test fit and I knew it belonged.
    You can daily a monster truck, it's still not practical.
    Dailylow.

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    Love the E36 Platform, welcome to the Forum!

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    Thanks man, been here a bit but my car was lame so I was just lurking until I had something worth posting up
    You can daily a monster truck, it's still not practical.
    Dailylow.

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