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    Hi there everyone

    I am new to these forums and if all goes to plan I will be new to the BMW scene also

    I am possibly getting a 323i convertible sometime over the coming week and wanted to ask a few questions.

    Its a E36 (98 model) and I was wondering if the M3 bumpers were interchangable! ie: can the E46 ones fit the E36 body etc? Its just that I think the rear bumper looks boring and would like to do something different to make it look more appealing. The car I might be getting has the M3 bumpers on it already.
    Is it only E36 parts that will fit the E36 or will any other parts fit? Like interior, body panels, lights and anything else.
    Is it easy to increase the performance of these cars aswell? Just coming from a Subaru Impreza turbo to a N/A lump might be a bit of a shock to the system but want would be looking at being in it for the long haul And what's the cheapest way to start with BHP increase? Its a got a stainless exhaust already.

    I hope to get this car soon and I will be a regular poster whilst about


    Look forward to owning it
    Last edited by BMaybeW; 20-04-2012 at 09:28. Reason: Words missing, didn't read right
     
     

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    Cheers for all the welocmes guys



    Anyway, the deal with the car above fell through as I was going to be raped over it! So said no.

    But this Sunday I should be a proud owner of a 325i convertible
    With its modifications it has M50 inlets (or something like that). What are these and what do they do etc?
    I am totally clueless when it comes to BMW's as this will be my first.

    Any answers this time would be very nice

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    Hi mate....sounds like your in a similar position as me. I've just introduced myself yesterday and will hopefully pick up my new old BMW tomorrow. I am travelling 110 miles but I have a back up plan should the car be a nail ie: there are a couple of others within 20 miles of the one that I want.

    Re M50 inlets - as far as I know the 325 has the M50 engine so the inlet is a std part. 328 and 323 are the ones that are strangled. Anyway, good look with your future purchase.

    Oliver
     
     

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    Oh right. It was just that the way I was told it was as if they were something special mod added to the car

    I am having the car delivered to me on someones way back home

    And I can't wait until Sunday as the pics I have seen makes the car look lol

    Good luck with the trip for tomorow and hope you get your car OK.
     
     

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    Well I am now the proud owner of a 325i BMW convertible. In white with a white hard top too Nice deep dish alloys (black/chrome) stainless exhaust and lowered.
    Drove it back from Wolverhampton today

    A few little bits need sorting, but nothing major from what I can see.

    Look forward to meeting some you lot up at some meets maybe
     
     

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