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    i'm with Rym, i prefer the E36 front end. much more muscular
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    It appears to be one of the better E46 front end conversions I have seen/

    My mate had this done years ago and had genuine E39 angel eyes fitted, looked sweet

    Not a mod I have ever considered as I like the E36 front end on an E36 and an E46 front end on a ....................................... Erm E46???
    In your sig,Rym......Erm is that an E46 style front bumper on erm.....an E36

    I like the one in RJB's pic but not to sure how it would work with other models
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
    In your sig,Rym......Erm is that an E46 style front bumper on erm.....an E36

    I like the one in RJB's pic but not to sure how it would work with other models
    It's actually a Rieger front bumper

    And if you remember rightly I have mentioned on a few occasions now that I am still undecided that I made the right choice and perhaps should have gone for the more E36 type one

    The problem with the E36 and E46 is the lines in the bonnet, they don't match up. Google the images and you will understand what I mean when you see it

    Like I also said, that is one of the better ones have seen but surely if you want your car to look like an E46 that much then you're driving the wrong car

     
     

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    cant really tell from that first pic without further investigation

    I saw the black one and it kinda looked smart!
     
     

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    bloody hell, its all good then, that a first
     
     

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    It looks ok but the amount it would cost you to do it, it would probably be cheaper to buy an E46 and then everyone dosent say look at that tw@ in his E36 with an E46 front end on it lol
     
     

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    yeah looks alright but my only question is "why". Like Coll says it'd be cheaper (and look better impo) to buy an e46.

    2006 E65 730d Sport - 2011 E93 325d Sport Convertible
     
     

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    Anyone like my converted E36...(meaning Ralph)?

     
     

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