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#1 (permalink) Old 06-25-2004, 02:57 PM
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Hi. Is there any difference between the 97 and 98 M3. I'm lookin for the sedan model, so does anyone know if there are any differences between the two? I'm leaning towards getting the 97 for the price but I also found a deal for a 98. Thanks
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i dont think anything really. but could be wrong.

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If I'm wrong here... someone stop me... but durring the E36 Dynasty.. <--haha... between years... besides from 95 or 96 (sorta obvious)... but from 96+ there were small computer system changes dealing with exaust temps and levels... other than that.. I'm not exactly sure of any difference... besides the year of production.


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