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    Hopefully purchasing a baby e36 compact 1.6i tomorrow im only 20 so cheapest to insure. Should be buying it cheap as it need work but im not to worried just something to play with and probably break or crash.Got a few questions below

    Will a m3 e36 interior fit blue and black leather?
    Why i the technical talk just filled with problems are they that bad?
    what is easiest engine to swap it with which wont use's lots of fuel?
    What rear beam can i fit which will add poke and rear disc's?
    Will an oil cooler help if im attempting to drift it?
     
     

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    hello and welcome


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    Hi and welcome along to Bimmerforums UK, it's good to have you on board.

    Feel free to post any questions in the relevant forums and we will help out where we can.

    Technical talk is full of problem posts because mainly that is what people join up to use the forum for, to ask for advise
     
     

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