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Old 05-17-2017, 12:13 AM
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1999 Dinan Supercharged E36 M3 Convertible

1999 E36 M3 Convertible
Dove interior
Silver Exterior
Black top

130k miles

Dinan Supercharger kit (Carb stickers included). Boost gauge hidden in glovebox. Dinan no longer offers this kit, nor officially supports it.
Full Dinan Exhaust
Turner Motorsport Headers (Carb sticker included)
UUC Lightweight clutch
Dyno'd at over 300hp to the wheel.
Passes smog.

Bilstein sport shocks and struts
H&R Sport Springs

Apex Arc8 17x8.5 wheels. I found the square setup to be really nice for autocross, etc.
10mm spacers up front to clear the suspension.
245/40/R17 g-Force Rivals

Short-throw shifter
HID with projector lenses and LED angel eyes
Euro Motorsport Steering Wheel
OEM Windscreen
Aluminum underbody panel.
Custom garage door opener in oem (EU) rear fog light switch.
E38 Auto-dim rearview mirror. This is really nice when it's dusk out and the top is down.
Custom audio install. I'm not sure of the brand; it was performed by the previous owner, but it sounds nice. Includes a sub, but you will have to reinstall the amplifier for the sub.

It is a salvage title. The previous owner told me his uncle bought the car from a salvage auction and had the car repaired. They then started putting more performance mods into it, such as the super charger. I have some of the receipts from this work. I've had the car for 6 years and only put 20k miles on it. I've only noticed the salvage issue in some minor fitment problems when I installed the aluminum underbody panel, but they were all within normal adjustment parameters. I performed most of the maintenance myself, so I don't have a ton of records. The biggest thing to mention is in 2015 I torched a valve and had the top end rebuilt by Ramon at Bavarian Motorsport. All new valves, springs, etc. The rear shocks went out sometime during the rebuild so I installed new ones. The old ones can probably be rebuilt by Bilstein and sold. The top works fine, but could use some refreshing.

The car is located in San Ramon, CA.
Asking $9200 or best offer.
Call or text Six Five Oh - Three Three Six, Eight Four Nine Seven.
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