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  1. 1993 E36 318is bumper mod 
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    The Mrs wants an m3 front bumper and to be honest the prices I've seen are ridiculous, lookin at the bumper that's on it i think if I cut them grilles away and do a bit of filling to smooth where I've cut ain't that basically m3 style minus the splitter?
    Eat my rubber

     
     

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    Yeah why not! I don't see the point in spending more than a cars worth on cosmetics!
     
     

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    ^^^ bit harsh


    OP though go for it and post up some pics not much to lose but check a local scrappy first, i got my m3 bumper BMW part numbers and all for a 5er granted i have a big old crack in mine but untill after winter itl keep me going and then il have it sprayed fixed etc and in meantime i wont break the other one if i go slidin somewhere
     
     

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