M-Series (M1, M3, M5, M6)General M-Series Discussion - If it does not fit into a more specific M Category above, please place it in here. In addition, previously archived M-Series discussion is located in this section.
As long as the car has been properly maintained it should do much more then 120,000 miles. Normal maintenance is no problem for most people. Try to get maintenance records if possible. Most of these cars have owners that take very good care of them. Good luck and enjoy.
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2004 M3 LSB SMG II Rolling on 19s
Originally posted by remusguy@Apr 6 2004, 08:01 PM ok those questons were stupid but my real question is
did BMW ever make a 4door m3 for 97 thats what i really want to know
my bad i didnt put 4 door when i asked that one 97 question but i really need to know its important
4-door, e36 M3s were sold for two years - '97 and '98. They can be had in your price range but you will be looking at either high mileage, or specimens that are not in particularly good condition. An unmolested '98 M3 4-door with decent mileage and a manual tranny will be in the low to mid-$20k range.
__________________ Me - '98 M3/4 (manual)
Estoril on black Nappa, UUC clutch stop, de-baffled airbox, Pilot Sports
Because my dads m3 4door is pretty bad ass and its a 97 its a 5 speed he changed the black back slots and bought the 318 rear thingymabab on ebay so it doesnt look like an m3. Its got a remus exhaust so it sounds pretty awesome. not a deep v8 but more like a big fart
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