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    Hey Guys!

    How are we all?

    Just bought my first BMW.. a 97 323i Coupe!! Always loved bm's since my mum had a 325i when I was young, I finally got my own..

    Some pics:





    Picking it up in a couple days, but already thinking modifications!! Any ideas?

    Alpina pm'd me about the bbtb/manifold conversion, so that and a dave f incudction kit is on my list (can't post in wanted section tho til 100 posts so that kind of sucks).

    Wouldn't mind getting it lowered if anyone has any tips on that. Aswell as some 18" M3 Alloys if I can find 2nd hand.

    Cheers!
     
     

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    Welcome mate

    The first thing I'd do personally is remove the aftermarket headlights and fit standard OEM headlights, they look so much better but its only my opinion

    What M3 alloys are you thinking? The E36 M3 Alloys were only 17", although you can occasionally find 18" replicas. I've got E46 M3 18" Alloys on mine
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe9087 View Post
    Welcome mate

    The first thing I'd do personally is remove the aftermarket headlights and fit standard OEM headlights, they look so much better but its only my opinion

    What M3 alloys are you thinking? The E36 M3 Alloys were only 17", although you can occasionally find 18" replicas. I've got E46 M3 18" Alloys on mine
    those are angel eyes, i personally thought they were quite nice

    As for Alloys, I like yours alot, if anyone knows of a 2nd hand set kicking about please do pm me, cheers!
     
     

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