How's it going Fellow E36 enthusiasts? Wow I'm glad I found a new BMW forum to hang out in. These things are addicting and fun. I actually just ran into it by accident. Well I hope you guys over here are a lot nicer than BimmerForum members. Well actually the only BF members that are a-holes are the non M3 members over there. I can tell this Forum is more mature and calm. I love this format and looks very clean, easy and fun to work with.
Well Just wanted to see what part of Southern California everyone was from (only e36 owners)
I'm from Simi Valley, Ca.
Hope to be a helpful member.
95' Avus Blue ///M3 with rare Black Vader Sport Interior, 19" MVR's H&R Sports, Koni Struts, Turner Chip, RMS, 24lbs Fuel Injectors, Custom Polished Aluminum C.A.I. (K&N Filter Routed to front of Brake Duct), SuperSprint Can.
my bad, I didnt read your last sentance in the thread, I dont got an E36, sorry. but I can drive well, if that helps, so im not laggy or anything. but we did own an E36, but just sold it. so I know a few things bout' em.
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