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    Evening all

    Been coming on the site for a few months now looking for research and what not. Thought I'd say hello. First time Ive ever introduced myself on a forum.

    Anyway Ive got an e36 3.0 M3, currently stripped, buckets cage etc. Im reshelling the car into another coupe when I can find a decent 6 pot donar car. Im generally into drifting which is what the car is used for. Ill be looking for knowledgable people with crazy e36 know how to help me through. Is there is a builds section or something where I can maybe keep a diary of what I am up to?

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    Welcome to the forum mate

    Sounds like a great project - there's a dedicated Members Projects section on here, so get a thread going with some pics etc there

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/f82/
     
     

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    welcome to the site fella, and if i had a m3 i defo wouldnt strip it and use it for a drift car id buy a normal 2.8 for that.


    To do list.
    1.Coilovers
    2.Leather seats-(Done)
    3.M3 front splitter
    4.Boot lip spoiler-(Done)
    5.M-tech steering wheel
     
     

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    Hi Deee,Welcome to Bimmerforums.co.uk.................

    Am looking forward to seeing your progress
     
     

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    Ill definately get a thread going when I start getting properly stuck into it and have something useful to report!

    As for using a 328i, well that would have been sufficient, however I bought my M3 as a stripped out track car, its not seen the road or a tax disc since before the millenium!
     
     

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