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E36…Not just a chassis designation, a work of art

As we all know the E36 was ahead of its time when it was designed by our wonderful BMW engineers. Well you know that they did a great job when you see one of these on the road and you still do a double take. This weekend I did a small shoot with Matt Cook a fellow friend and co-worker. When he’s not riding his F4i, he’s dailying his E36 328i. We had been wanting to get some shots of his squeaky clean E36 and finally it happened. There aren’t many modifications done to this car, but the little touches here and there and its cleanliness are what makes this 15-year-old car still snap necks when driving by.

Well here’s the mods.

Body

OEM M3 front bumper
OEM M3 mirrors
OEM M3 rear bumper diffuser
Euro ellipsoid headlights w/ LED angel eyes and HID’s
HID foglights

Engine

95 M3 exhaust
95 M3 rear differential
Findanza 13lb. flywheel/Sachs M3 clutch
OBD1 intake manifold conversion

Interior

Z3 M short shifter kit
99 M3 steering wheel
Dove grey interior w/Vader seats up front and added head rests in backseats (used to be all black)

Suspension/Wheels

18 inch BMW M-Parallel’s
Solid control arm bushings
Turner motorsport swaybar kit (27mm front/24mm rear)
BMW oem X brace
H&R sport springs
Bilstein sport struts

Here’s the pic’s, to view more from the shoot check my Flickr in the BMW set.

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2 responses

  1. 08MRoadster

    Squeaky clean is a huge understatement.

    May 17, 2010 at 2:14 PM

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