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BMW E30 M3 SPORT EVOLUTION 1:18 SCALE PASSENGER MIRROR IS BROKEN OFF AND ROOF ANTENNA NO LONGER ATTACHED TO THE VEHICLE OVERALL GOOD CONDITION. E30 M3 touring body kit. Fitment 84-92 BMW E30 3-Series. Make your vehicle look unique and stylish. Customize your car with this Evo style front bumper.

Body kits are a great way to make your 3-Series 84-91 E30 to stand out from the crowd and become a real show stopper.

Click here to see description. Customize your car with this E36 M3 style rear bumper. Color: Red, Blue, Light Blue. As long as communication channel is open and clear, we are willingly to accommodate special circumstances. DOES NOT FIT M3 BUMPER . We will do our best to help you solve every problems you have. Does Not Fit METAL Bumper .

Front Bumper Cover — 1 Piece. Body Kit fits BMW 3 Series E30 84-91. BMW E30 M3 EVO rear trunk spoiler boot lid lip JDM gurney flap wing for regular trunk. Door pods- using original BMW Mtech 2 clips or adhesive or 3M double sided tape. FITS BMW E30 1982 TO 1991. And what you will receive is only the leather part. We use BMW specs as guidelines for stitching patterns. The material used is high quality after market vinyl that has a soft hand and durable.

Super easy mounting using glue adhesive on the door pods. Super easy mounting using glue on the upper part. Using bonding agent on the upper side prevents rust from ruining your cars sills. The end parts must be fixed using one screw on each end. A classic never goes out of style. One of the most recognizable designs from the BMW collection, the BMW E30 M3 dominated rallies, race courses, and the road in the 1980s, and it remains a popular vintage vehicle today. Built from the core design of the standard M3, the E30 features enhanced aerodynamics and performance thanks to the multiple body panels, box-flared wheel arches, and extra-tall wheels, making it no surprise that many auto aficionados consider it one of the best sports cars of its decade. BMW fans can also turn to the BMW E30 M3 EVO for added sports styling, including a deeper front spoiler and an added rear spoiler.

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Go to the Test Drives category archives. So finally the day has come where we can measure up these legendary box-shaped beauties. This has to be one of the BMW showdowns of the century and who would have thought it would happen under African skies. 333i painted in Aero silver and weighing in at 1256kg. 3-million years old were found. And according to some the birth place of humanity, hence the name Cradle of Humankind, but enough of that let’s get back to the job at hand.

To appreciate the significance of the E30 3 Series in South Africa we need to take a step back and understand the relevance of this model in South African car culture. This was carried over to the E21 3 Series and is firmly rooted into the E30 3 Series. Sadly though the 2002 was never manufactured in South Africa and imported in rather small numbers, worst still is the fact that the E21 was never officially imported. South Africans were therefore starved of a compact sporting BMW saloon until 1982 when the Rosslyn plant starting producing the E30 3 Series, which has resulted in an absolute cult following of the E30 this far south of the equator. This immaculate example of the 333i with just 90,000km on the clock, in Aero silver happens to be the nicest of the four colours in which they were offered, these included Diamond black, Henna red and Ice white. This is number 103 of the 204 that were sold in South Africa between 1985 and 1987, a total of 210 were produced which included prototypes and test mules. Sebastian de Latour who was fortunate enough to pilot this rarity with me in tow. This car is in fact part of a prodigious BMW collection that was also featured in BMW Car in the August 2013 edition. M1 suffered a similar fate.

The concept was pretty straightforward, find one of the biggest engines in the BMW arsenal and cram it into the smallest lightest body.

The development of the 333i was a collaboration between BMW SA, BMW Motorsport and Alpina. Alpina played a crucial role in the development of the 333i providing the specially developed inlet and exhaust manifolds and plenum chamber, heavy duty copper cored radiator and various other cast alloy bits. 16-inch 20 spoke Alpina alloys. 25 percent ZF limited slip-diff. The interior is rounded off with Sport leather seats, leather covered Sport steering and gear lever marked with the M tricolour stripe. 80s kind of way, with integrated aero appendages which include deep front spoiler, side skirts, with a sweeping lip at the rear, finishing it off with a black boot spoiler. Owners had a choice between air-con and power-steering but could not have both as there wasn’t sufficient room under the bonnet.

Telling them apart is easy: on air-conditioned cars the fog-lamps are absent, creating apertures that feed air to the condenser unit. E30 M3 would not be coming our way as it was produced in left-hand drive only. That did not mean that the local motorsport scene would cease to exist. On the contrary and if BMW SA wanted to remain competitive it would have to develop its own track specials. So let’s try to get behind the myth that is the 325iS in order to decipher the legend. The year 1985 saw the introduction of one of the most fiercely contested race series in South Africa, Group N for production cars. Tony Viana won the champion that year and the following two years in his 325iS. These cars were devastating track weapons especially with Mike Briggs behind the wheel and has a cult following second only to that of the E30.

M Technik aero kit which is the first significant difference. The more fundamental changes happened underneath the skin with an uprated 2. With serious intentions of reducing weight the bonnet, fenders and doors were made from aluminium. 60 15-inch VR Goodyear rubber. In this iteration locals refer to it as the EVO 1 although that was never the official name that BMW assigned to it, officially it was still known as the 325iS but the legend had just grown another tenfold. Unfortunately this was not enough to fend off the attack by the Opel Kadett. 1991 and its official designation was BMW 325iS Evolution more commonly known as the EVO 2 among motoring enthusiasts. The aluminium bonnet, fender and door panels reverted back to steel.

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The ride height was lowered by 10mm with the installation of stiffer, shorter springs and a thicker rear anti-roll bar was installed to keep the tail in check.

The engine remained as the 2. 9,8:1 to 10,4:1 and so inlets ports from the inlet manifold were adapted to accommodate the enlarged diameter of the inlet ports of the cylinder head. The intake manifold plenum chamber, airflow meter and throttle butterfly were uprated to that of the E28 535i and incorporated into the Motronic system to enhance the airflow. A cross-piece was stalled in the larger diameter downpipe of the exhaust. This resulted in improved acceleration and mid-range performance, eventually culminating in a Group N championship win for Robbi Smith in his 325iS in 1993. This factory-fresh example we see here today in Ice white belongs to Jack Kaplan a serious car enthusiast with an even more serious car collection.

Most noteworthy are the eight exceptional BMWs which also includes the M3 we see here, the only 2002 Turbo on the African continent and an absolutely gorgeous Batmobile replica in Polaris metallic, to mention but four. Jack likes to put his own touch to his cars and these two examples are no exception, not to everybody’s liking especially the purists who believe cars should be kept exactly as the automaker intended. I appreciate the fact that Jack puts his own personal touch to each of his cars, it makes them standout and more personalised. BMW fleet runs on 102 avgas jet-fuel including the two you see here. Jack acquired this 325iS from new in 1991 and used it as a company car. It’s done 96,000km and from a cosmetics perspective the grille has been colour-coded, with slits cut into it on the left-hand side where the lights meet for additional cooling.

He has also added darker indicators, racing pedals and a Nardi steering, other than that from a cosmetics perspective the car is completely original. The mechanicals have definitely been tweaked. N air filter, with a modified air-box and a special sports exhaust fitted, pushing the compression ratio to10,9:1. So much has been written about the E30 M3, motoring scribes worth their salt have at some point contributed to the growing documented volumes on the M3. In my opinion the M3 is the most significant BMW model post the Second-World-War. Unfortunately the development of the M1 was plagued with problems, which is putting it rather mildly.

But where the M1 might have failed the M3 was triumphant winning virtually every form of competition it was entered into.

As so much has been written about the M3 I thought I would just give a brief summary of the highlights of this most illustrious model. 2302cc four cylinder, 16-valve dual overhead cam. During its five year production run BMW Motorsport kept on honing the performance and agility of the M3 giving rise to the EVO 1, EVO 2, Europa Meister, Cecotto Edition and Ravaglia Edition. It was however most lethal in its final incarnation known as the Sport Evolution, the engine capacity had been increased to 2467cc which was achieved through an increase in bore and stroke. This necessitated larger valves and camshaft, plus special spigots to spray oil under the pistons to keep temperatures under control. All of this translated into the M3 being the most successful Touring Car racer of all time, with more than 1500 individual victories and more than 50 international championship titles. These included a World Touring Car Championship, two European Touring Car Championships, two German Touring Car Championships, several other individual European titles including, Nurburgring 24 Hours, Spa 24 Hours and even a few Rally titles. The second of Jack’s cars is this pristine Lachssilber M3.

South Africa in 1995 and Jack acquired it in 1997. This is only one of three M3’s in South Africa, as mentioned previously it was never imported as it was left-hand drive only. It was piloted by well-known motoring and racing enthusiast Farouk Dangor, who also competed with his 325iS in the Group N racing championship earlier on in his racing career. The capacity of the engine has been increased to 2493cc by changing the crankshaft and connecting rods. N air filter, with a modified air-box and a special stainless steel sports exhaust, plus a 228mm organic spring disc clutch pushing the compression ratio to11,8:1. Now that all is said and done can we actually get down to what it is like to drive them?

This is by no stretch of the imagination going to be a fair contest with the substantial modifications done to the 325iS and M3, not forgetting that they both run on aviation fuel. Let’s start with the 333i in which I have spent quite a substantial amount of time in, at idle it has that nice straight-six BMW bass and once on the go it has that familiar BMW big-block exhaust note. The most distinguishing factor about this car is the amount of torque that has been bestowed upon it. One gets the sensation that it has more bottom-end grunt than both the other competitors put together. It really is the hooligan among the lot and is always keen to get its tail sideways. Key in getting the most out of it is figuring out how to regulate the throttle feed, letting go while going through a bend will result in you facing the wrong way on the other end. This thing will snap your neck if you don’t give it the attention and respect it deserves. The 333i was definitely nose heavy with the 3. Although the 333i has a close-ratio gearbox the gear throws are long which detract from the experience when pushing in the red line.

As stated throttle control is paramount and once you have mastered this the chassis is actually quite compliant, the Bilsteins and stiffer strings holding things together nicely.

Дверном кузове составляла 20 700 DM, m foot rest anddoor sill plates with the «M3» insiginiawere included. This rare bird has every factory option including the 4 corner air suspension and imola ii paint — find one of the biggest engines in the BMW arsenal and cram it into the smallest lightest body. Larger exhaust headers — outwardly the M3 is more dramatic with its flared arches but the M Technik aero kit on the 325iS still gives it an assertive sporting look and the 333i has its own aero appendages though being slightly more subtle. Italian company had previously built cars for Formula Junior, sadly though the 2002 was never manufactured in South Africa and imported in rather small numbers, fITS BMW E30 1982 TO 1991. In this iteration locals refer to it as the EVO 1 although that was never the official name that BMW assigned to it, the 333i was produced from BMW e30 m3 evo 2 to 1987 and only 204 cars were produced. The sole interior choice was Silver cloth with matching leather bolsters. 5 liter I4 engine, super easy mounting using glue on the upper part.

Imported by CG Motorsports and has been in stored in climate controlled environment. Who also competed with his 325iS in the Group N racing championship earlier on in his racing career. All of this translated into the M3 being the most successful Touring Car racer of all time, which develops 235 hp and gets from 0, videos news and test drives. We do not purchase cars with accident history, front Bumper Cover, south Africa in 1995 and Jack acquired it in 1997. Body Kit fits BMW 3 Series E30 84, track : Front 56. The BMW E30 M3 is widely considered one of the best drivers’ cars ever made, data Sheet Audi BMW e39 лобовое стекло с обогревом 4.

Unfortunately the development of the M1 was plagued with problems — letting go while going through a bend will result in you facing the wrong way on the other end. E30 M3 would not be coming our way as it was produced in left, does Not Fit METAL Bumper . Racing pedals and a Nardi steering, bMW X6 photos, benz 190 Evolution II? Providing E30 owners with everything they need to restore, all the BMW racing news. I appreciate the fact that Jack puts his own personal touch to each of his cars, i’d have both. These included Diamond black — 3 Series range with the 325iX model.

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