Hey, Hi to all, I new to the Bimmer scene. I don't posses one yet, but I am planning to get one after the winter. I would really like an M3. Possibly 95-99. I saw a post about this, but not much info was given. I like to know how do you guys lie them, performance, maintenance. Want to convert, but I really need the info to make the switch. any ideas? Comments?
I bought my 97 M3 sedan in March of '04. Performance is great, and i love the styling. Origionally i was looking at a '01, but for me there is something about the E36. maintenance is not too bad so far, but i would defenatly have at least $2k in the bank just in case, peace of mind imo. They excellerate strong and the breaking is awesome, 111FT from 60mph to a dead stop. Cornering is also awesome, but make sure you don't cheap out on tires or you won't be able to push it to what its capible of. I would recomend taking your time in looking for one. I spent a year to find mine. If this is a car you really want, go for it. You will not be disapointed.
Originally posted by bigred318@Jan 12 2005, 02:32 PM 6500 is way to cheap!! probably not a real one haha anyways i hope you find one and stick around the forums! drove a 95 auto m3 and even though it was auto one of the best cars ive ever driven
Me and my dad went to the dealer the other day we drove a 03 M3 6 speed. WOW, my dad let me drive...holy shit it is quick. we also drove an M5 but dad wouldnt let me drive it. Oh well just a little story!!
Umnitza now provides a mechanic to install all parts ordered right in the box! It's their new "Total customer service program" that will eliminate all the haters and keep incompetents from breaking shit and blaming the vendor! When you are all set simply call INS and they will pick him up free of charge.
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