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Ok,
I'm a bit ignorant here but where in the US can you get a A.C. Schnitzer car? The car not just the parts. I saw the S5 at Cutter and I've seen a 3er (S3?) here in Washington so I know you can get them somewhere but who sells these cars? Cutter?

How much is the S3? If I can get one.

Thanks,
Haus
 

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If you could legally drive around in a complete ACS car, don't you think Clem would have a S3 by now? :D
 

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in_d_haus said:


Really? So they are buying the AC Schnitzer badges too?
Hey, Vince has Alpina badges that don't even exist, so...
 

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Kaz said:


Hey, Vince has Alpina badges that don't even exist, so...
:confused: :yikes:

He must really have some connections:thumb:
 

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in_d_haus said:
Ok,
I'm a bit ignorant here but where in the US can you get a A.C. Schnitzer car? The car not just the parts. I saw the S5 at Cutter and I've seen a 3er (S3?) here in Washington so I know you can get them somewhere but who sells these cars? Cutter?

How much is the S3? If I can get one.

Thanks,
Haus
Hey Haus,
"If you ain't askin', you ain't gettin'!"

USA-, Teterboro, NJ 07608 ,
USA-East Coast CEC East Inc. 295 North Street Unit 6
0201-727 1100

USA-, Gardena, CA 90248,
USA-West Coast Claus Ettensberger Corp. German Automotive Products 16200 South Figueroa Street
0310-767 1111 Fax 0310-3293159

USA-, Los Angeles California 90024,
USA-West Coast Claus Ettensberger Corporartion Corporate Showroom 10349 Santa Monica Boulevard Beverly Hills
0310-203-3900

Why don't you ask them.......This is what I found but you might want more details.....

AC Schnitzer
Business Part of KOHL Automobile GmbH
Managing Director: Rainer Vogel
Neuenhofstraße 160
52078 Aachen
Tel.: +49 (0)2 41/ 56 88 - 130
Fax: +49 (0)2 41/ 56 88 - 135
E-Mail: [email protected]
Amtsgericht Aachen HRB 1665
USt-ID-No. DE 123594481
http://www.acschnitzer.de/englisch/index.html:thumb:
 

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VinceTopasBlau3 said:
Hmm... :confused:

Why the sudden urge to ask about S3? :confused: HMMM....

:D

Vince, I have the feeling that there's a small Schnitzer community being established here :D
 

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Alex Baumann said:


Vince, I have the feeling that there's a small Schnitzer community being established here :D
One of the admins is brain washing us:eeps: ;) :D
 

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Alex Baumann said:


You mean the canadian Darth Vader ? :D
Yep that's him
, Darth's cousin Clem:D
 

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S3s and S5s in North America are bassically created by taking your car and ordering parts from CEC or one of their dealers. There are no showroom sold S3s and S5s for sales outside of Europe where BMW dealers are also ACS and Alpina dealers.
 

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VinceTopasBlau3 said:
Hmm... :confused:

Why the sudden urge to ask about S3? :confused: HMMM....

:D

I have always loved the Schnitzer cars. They are a bit more sporty than the Alpina but not as radical as Hamann typically.

I saw an S3 a couple weeks ago. If it is just a bunch of parts bolted on it was impressive had the S3 badge as well as the AC Schnitzer.

So why am I asking? IF I could get one and IF it was about the price of an E46 M3 I may go for that. Not the one based on the M but the one based on the 330.
 
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