Hello to all of you M3 heads.
I have 95 boston green M3 which i just blew the motor on the Jersey Pike about few weeks ago. I pulled the motor and tranny out and I do have another swap sitting in another 95 cosmo black M3 which I also blew the motor on while back. So at the moment I dont really know which direction I wana head towards?????? In one sense i was just looking to sell both of them for 8k even complete cars minus one with out the motor. Or should i just built one and sell the Shell on the other one. I can supply pictures if anyone out there is interested. If I do sell I rather sell both for 8k even and tons of spare likes doors, trunk lid, and spare tannys, suspension and more that I can't think of right now. Both cars are located in north Jersey Please feel free to call my cell 201-622 -3435. Oh yea the swap i have is out of 99 that was totaled. and the exact mileage is 38k. I have the vin plus the cluster out of that car as well to prove that.
Since I am trucker (so sad to even bring that up right now....) I drive Extended Peterbilt for living. I am barely ever around. I have two younger brothers that are getting there license's right now. They have been eye balling my cars for while. I was thinking about dumpping in the fresh motor and just giving it to them. What I have been craving is the E46 M3 but budget bewteen the fuel and cost for my trucks I dont know what I can do at the moment. Dieeeesel lllll I am runnning Cats with 550 and 18 speed boy do they love those fuel tanks.
Fix and sell if you want an e46... maybe fix the other later and give it to them if you can Afford the $$$ Maybe have them help you fix it so they apprecate the car more and know the work that went into it
__________________ 1991 Ford Taurs SHO 5 Speed White on Tan
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