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10/92. Would that make it a 92 or would it be considered a 93? Might be stupid but I don't know If it would be different
It would make it an E36 manufactured in October of 1992. :rofl:
BMW didn't (and still doesn't) go by "model years" like U.S. manufacturers do. They occasionally make a mid life update like they did with the E36 facelift which was a pretty minor change, but when they make a model change they change the designation. E30, E36, E46, etc.
Your car was likely marketed in the U.S. market as a "1993" since U.S auto makers introduce new model years the fall before the year designation.
 

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Put the last 7 digits of your VIN in the VIN search box on Realoem.com and it will tell you exactly what parts go on your car, provided it's unaltered from it's original configuration.
 
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