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turbo m3 "only the best"
ok i know this is only my 1st post
since i own a subaru there really hasnt been any reason to go onto bmw forums
im trying to help someone sell their car
for a referance check please look for the same name at nasioc.com
you are looking at one of the most pampered(nuthing but bmw and AA mechanics have ever touched this car) cars ever to grace these fine forum pages
this is what happens when someone has more money than they know what to do with...
but you know what
one of you can benefit greatly because this guy decided it didnt make enough power...
so after throwing about $65,000 on this project he bought a supra and is now gonna dump an ass load of cash into it
anyway on with the show
1999 bmw m3
mileage on engine: 17,xxx
transmission: 5 speed
Exterior Color: Titan Silver Metallic
Interior: Black Leather (Vader Sport Seats)
asking price: $33,000
This is a very clean, great running 1999 Turbo m3. He is the 2nd owner of the car. It was purchased with 33k miles on it... It was driven for roughly 12,000(at 45k if you dont have great math skills) miles, then a shift into 3rd instead of 5th at high speed took out the original longblock. The motor could of been rebuilt, but instead he decided to go with a brand new motor, that he bought through the BMW (has all documentation).. the engine was installed by a dealership.
At around 54k miles the car was sent to Miami, FL to Rey and the guys at AA tuning installed damn near all the aftermarket parts on this car. They installed the suspension, turbo kit, clutch,flywheel, exhaust and also dynoed it on their mustang dyno. It dynoed 298.6 rwhp (that is before i had the pullies/ntercooler setup). Everything on the car is fully functional , and there is nothing mechanically wrong with the car... the only exterior flaw.. is behind the driver side rear tire, where there is a paint flaw about half the size of a dollar bill.. everything on the outside of the car is perfect. the interior of the car is perfect also, with normal wear on the front seats.. and another dollar size imperfection on the back seats.
Everything below is included with the purchase of the car.
this car starts, idles, and runs like it was turbo charged by the factory.
Now the full list of mods:
-AA Tuning OBD II Turbo Kit ($8700)
-AA Tuning Track Pipe ($745)
-AA Tuning Gen 3 Exhaust ($689)
-AA Tuning Turbo Clutch ($995)
-AA Tuning Aluminum Flywheel ($689)
-AA Tuning Stage IV Short Shifter ($225)
-Brand New AA Tuning Pressure Plate ($500 original was an earlier design and wasnt hold ing the torque...)
-Dinan High Flow Throttle Body ($400)
-Evosport Pullies ($330)
-Nitrous Express N-tercooler Kit 10lb bottle ($400) (filled with c02)
-Dinan CF Engine Covers ($600)
-AA Tuning Oil Cap ($50)
SUSPENSION / BRAKES
-Koni Full Threaded Suspension Kit ($1750)
-Dunlop Sport 9000 tires ($695)
§ 225/45/18: Front
§ 245/35/18: Back
-iForged 18" Gunmetal Senekas ($3300)
-Euro Spec M3 Rotors
-Porterfeild Brake Pads (rotors/pads = $900)
-AA Tuning Front Strut Bar ($180)
-Greddy B spec Boost Controller ($470)
-Greddy Turbo Timer ($120)
-VDO Boost gauge
-VDO Air/fuel gauge ($250)
-Painted Moldings ($300)
-Kamei Eyebrows ($80)
-VIS Carbon Fiber Hood ($525)
-Clear Corners $32
-Clear Sides $15
-Clear Taillights $130
-Impro Angel Eyes $550
-AC Schnitzer Pedal Set $210
-AC Schnitzer Dead Pedal (never installed) $210
-AA Tuning Shift Knob $70
-AA Tuning E Brake handle $70
-Aluminum Gauges $170
- 2 Clarion 5" monitors installed in Headrest(total) $600
- Clifford Matrix 2 Alarm $300
(there was a huge system installed but it was parted out)
thats roughly $27,000 in aftermarket parts not including labor or the newer engine
can you imagine what they chrarged to instll this stuff...
now some of these prices might seem high
but ive included links for all the high dollar stuff
just click on the names
+ hes got receipts for almost everything
and now finally some pics
located near pittsburgh pa
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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You didn't need to quote the entire posting to bump it.
Be that as it may, some things take time until the right person sees the posting. Patience grasshopper.
How many posts could a repost post if a repost could post posts?
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