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Originally Posted by RexKing86
I think you could get an early E36 (92-99) 3-series for that price. Much smoother looking than the E30. (not to put down the E30 by any means.) 318i's are fairly cheap but lack in power. You could possibly pull off an early 325 tho... you have come to the right place tho! Welcome!
Originally Posted by M3UOND
And by E30, he means a 3-series from the mid to late 1980s. Think 325 or 328. Make sure it is an "i" rather than an "e" (i.e., 325i instead of 325e).
Originally Posted by Wyrm
What does this 'i' instead of 'e' designate? I'm not really familiar with all these codes and such they use in their name. Also, I'm under the impression that the actual name of the car like 318, 325, 328, etc, designates the engine. It there a particular engine that is more desirable than others? For instance maybe one that has a much larger aftermarket potential? Or should I just go for 'as big as I can get for the money'
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