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Thread: Pandem E36 m3 - in british racing green

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    Default Pandem E36 m3 - in british racing green

    Wanted to share my build here. Hope you guys like it!

    1999 e36 m3 Convertible - 312 British Racing Green
    Wheel's and spec: Cosmis 006-xtr 18x9.5 et-10 265/35 & 18x11et-43 285/35
    Kit : Rocket Bunny_ Pandem



    Last edited by Bimmer Dude; 10-11-2018 at 10:03 AM.
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    Looks great! However, the colors not for me. Also something about the fitment doesn't sit right with me. But a cool car nonetheless.
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    the side-shot is definitely this car's angle

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    Love the color. hope you can do something about that rear bumper trim, it ruins the look totally being faded like that. Also think the front needs some kinda deep lip or something.
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    Sideshot looks like a squished R34
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    Love this car, been following the build on YouTube for ages, love the colour choice, black would have been great but BRG is something else ;-)
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    I should love this car. I want to love this car. I just can't, something doesn't sit right with me. I do appreciate all that's done and agree it's cool, just something is off.

    As for the faded trim, take it off and use a heat gun just enough to make it "sweat", then rub the "sweat" back into the plastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miroteknik View Post
    the side-shot is definitely this car's angle
    Yea its my favorite angle for sure. thanks man
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quillhill36 View Post
    I should love this car. I want to love this car. I just can't, something doesn't sit right with me. I do appreciate all that's done and agree it's cool, just something is off.

    As for the faded trim, take it off and use a heat gun just enough to make it "sweat", then rub the "sweat" back into the plastic.
    Ive had a few ppl tell me the same thing. Its still a work in progress but I think it boils down to two areas really. the front lip and the wheel choice. Im not ashamed to say that during this build I flat out rain out of money lol . Im using spacers to get the wheels where they need to be and the the front lip that im running doenst exactly go to this kit.

    here are some more recent pics


    After getting detailed and color correction




    Last edited by Bimmer Dude; 10-11-2018 at 10:08 AM.
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    LOL at the gas filler door. Can't you come up with a way to move it out flush with the overfender?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asshole Bicycle View Post
    LOL at the gas filler door. Can't you come up with a way to move it out flush with the overfender?
    I could yea but thats just how the rocket bunny kit is made.
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    More offset and front camber, maybe. Maybe a different color set of wheels at some point or something.
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    This is not a authentic rocket bunny kit. I can tell right off the bat that it is a replica kit. No amount of bodywork or painting is going to change the fact that itís fake. I canít believe youíd try and pass this off as a real rocket bunny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steviequan View Post
    This is not a authentic rocket bunny kit. I can tell right off the bat that it is a replica kit. No amount of bodywork or painting is going to change the fact that it’s fake. I can’t believe you’d try and pass this off as a real rocket bunny.
    WTF are you and who cares? Get out of here.
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    This car is rad. Rad I say!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cblock406 View Post
    WTF are you and who cares? Get out of here.
    This is what the car scene has come to. People who run replica kits. Pass them off as the real deal and no one cares. It’s sad when someone can lie to your face and your ok with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steviequan View Post
    This is what the car scene has come to. People who run replica kits. Pass them off as the real deal and no one cares. It’s sad when someone can lie to your face and your ok with it.
    You probably have XXR's on your civic, too. Fuck a $1500 bolt on bodykit. Even IF it's fake, it is done well. piss off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steviequan View Post
    This is what the car scene has come to. People who run replica kits. Pass them off as the real deal and no one cares. Itís sad when someone can lie to your face and you're ok with it.
    Fixed that for you, sad when people don't have basic communication skills.

    You come in here to shit on this guy's car, why don't you start a thread of your own car build for all of us to judge?


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    Quote Originally Posted by cblock406 View Post
    Fixed that for you, sad when people don't have basic communication skills.

    You come in here to shit on this guy's car, why don't you start a thread of your own car build for all of us to judge?
    >is brand new here {2 posts}
    >is instantly a raging douchebag
    >no pictures of his car {probably a stock hyundai on lease}
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    BRG is always good.

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    I personally think the replica kits are pretty awesome. Some people like Dveriks Performance are taking the Pandem style and expanding the range to cover sedans and compacts, all while at a third of the cost.

    I never cared for the e36 convertibles, but somehow the hardtop combined with the Pandem kit is pretty much the best widebody e36 I've laid eyes on.

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    OP car looks awesome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Beemernut View Post
    I personally think the replica kits are pretty awesome. Some people like Dveriks Performance are taking the Pandem style and expanding the range to cover sedans and compacts, all while at a third of the cost.

    I never cared for the e36 convertibles, but somehow the hardtop combined with the Pandem kit is pretty much the best widebody e36 I've laid eyes on.
    Have you got a link for this company you mention? In for Pandem touring....
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    Love the pandem kit, looks bloody ace on that E36

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemernut View Post
    I personally think the replica kits are pretty awesome. Some people like Dveriks Performance are taking the Pandem style and expanding the range to cover sedans and compacts, all while at a third of the cost.

    I never cared for the e36 convertibles, but somehow the hardtop combined with the Pandem kit is pretty much the best widebody e36 I've laid eyes on.
    Then you've never seen the AC Schnitzer E36 M3 widebody.

    https://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/threa...ce-drop.43236/

    Much cleaner. Unless that 'stuck on' Toughbook look is your thing.
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