1995 E36 318iS - Alpina Bodykit

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  1. 1995 E36 318iS - Alpina Bodykit 
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    hi guys i have been searching the net for weeks now and i cant find a full alpina bodykit for a reasonable price
    i decided to do something different with my 318 because it seems that everyone tries to make them look like a M3 and as there are a few near me that done this i would like to stand out.
    if its impossible i would go for ac schnitzer but as i have the alpina alloys it would probably be cheaper for the alpina bodykit.
    im not fussy i dont mind used or replicas (as long as they are good!)
    if anyone has done this to theirs i would love to see some pics of the finished product
    and also does anyone know how much difference there was with the interior?
    basically any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    Hi mate. I have an E36 325i which i have dressed up with some Alpina parts. I did loads of research before I did mine and TBH, they dont really have a bodykit. The rear bumpers are standard E36 items. The early ones didnt have skirts, the later ones had side skirts but were standard E36 items...
    The front bumpers do have a spoiler attached, IIRC there are 2 types, this also depends on what style of front bumper you have fitted....
    The rear spoilers were optional, and were exclusive Alpina items. Saloon and coupe rear spoilers are different also.

    These parts can all be purc hased direct from Alpina, through an authorised BMW dealer. But they are fookin expensive...
    BUT keep your eyes open, as the parts do come up on ebay. Be careful not to buy a fibreglass front spoiler as you WILL catch it as they sit really low...
    Mine comes off for everyday driving as it catches everywhere I go, and speedhumps are a nightmare.

    Hope this helps a bit, if you need any more help, please ask...
    There are some pics of my car around somewhere, ill post some links later...
     
     

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    thanks for the reply its surprising how little there is on them lol ill have to just keep my eyes peeled on ebay and see what comes up hopefully already in my colour my front bumper is literally just the standard 318iS one i'm not sure if thats compatible or not :/
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