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BWoody’s “Bug Smasher” 10/1991 E36 320i Sedan

Specs:

  • M50B20 With Manual Box.
  • Straight-through 3” Rear exhaust
  • OEM “Style 44” With 225/45/R17’s
  • GraniteSilber Metallic
inlinesix’s E36 328i Custom Build!

Thankyou to inlinesix for sharing his outstanding E36, along with all mods! A great example of a BMW with alot of time and effort spent on her. You can find inlinesix's blog by clicking on his name or just by clicking HERE!

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Here’s my 1996 BMW 328i schwarz II 206k miles. Bought the car in Missouri, it was purchased new from BMW of San Diego, and I’ve brought her back to the east coast with me.

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My 96' E36

Suspension Mods:

  • Raceland Coilovers 
  • FCP Front Control Arms
  • Turner Motorsport Solid Offset FCABS 
  • Turner Motorsport Front and Rear Strut/Shock Mounts 
  • Powerflex Poly RTABS 
  • OEM replacement Sway Bar Bushing And Endlinks


Braking Mods:

  • Powerslot Front Rotors
  • Turner Motorsport Cross-Drilled Rear Rotors 
  • Hawk Street Pads 
  • DOT4 brake fluid.


Exhaust Mods: 

  • UUC/Corsa RSC36 Cat-Back 
  • Longtube Headers


Engine Mods: 

  • Shark Conforti Tune
  • aFe intake 
  • Yet to be installed: Schrick 264/256 Cams


Lighting Mods:

  • DJ Auto glass projectors 
  • 6000k HIDs
  • no fog lights…because they always break.


Wheels: 

  • Your run of the mill restored BMW 2 piece style 5’s 
  • No spacers
  • Tires 205/40/17


The interior is awful… so awful in fact its not worth showing.. The headliner droops, the sunroof cassette is broken, the drivers seat has a big tear in the seat, the carpet is destroyed. the only good thing in the interior is the dash, consol, and door panels.

I’ve driven it from Missouri to Massachusetts about 5 times and averaged nearly 430 miles per tank of fuel, which isn’t too bad for a car of this mileage and age. I hit an armadillo and broke the front bumper so I’m waiting on buying a new one. It’s got typical E36 rust on the trunk sill and some on the left rear fender, I don’t plan on repairing it just yet, but I might. I’m making the trip out to Bimmerfest East 2012 this year in Aberdeen Maryland. Look for a line of E36’s… approx 20 of them.

Tell Us About Your Own BMW E36!

In order to bring a great new service and interest to all the E36 enthusiasts on Tumblr and across the web, you can now submit photos and info a project you have completed on your E36 and the BMW E36 Blog will show the world your car!

Maybe you just want to show off photos of your E36 to an eager audience of like-minded enthusiasts? You can simply do that too!

Just click the “Submit” link at the top of the BMW E36 Home Page and send us your material!

Each post submitted with be fully credited to you, and we will also promote your blog!

Provide as much information as you can, for example, if you send us a few photos of your new front bumper, let us know what it is, where you got it and ideally how much it cost!

If you are sending photos of your pride and joy, let us know what model and year she is so we can let everyone know as much as possible!

The source of great information will be greatly appreciated across the web!

I look forward to seeing some of the great E36s out there!

D.

mrkeishii’s Personal 1998 BMW 323i Convertible.

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1998 E36 BMW 323i Convertible

Specs:

  • Non-M Front Lip 
  • JDM Yellow Foglights 
  • BBS RS740 “Style 42’s” 17x8 25mm offset all around 
  • 215/40R17 Size Tires 
  • DJ Auto HID Projectors 
  • 6000K Thin Line Angel Eyes 
  • Custom European Plate

Thanks to mrkeishii for sharing his very, very fine E36! Check out his blog here for more like this!