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Old 10-05-2008, 09:27 PM   #1
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1995 BMW M3

heard about one of these cars that will be at a repo auction this month and man it sucks being broke. bet i could get it far below it's value too. would be sweet to have some american and german muscle.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

Don't get me wrong, I love the M3 but it just has to be a bit more modern for me than the E36. I test drove an E92 with a friend and nearly wet myself on that supple leather.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

The 95 M3s had engine problems. You never buy the first year of any BMW. According to a BMW mechanic. But i wouldnt listen i would buy that car in a second.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

I LOVE M3's just as much as I do mustangs. So having both would be perfect.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

well i've never messed with a german car at all so if i had one with problems i'd be lost. 1992 was the first year of the E36 cars so mechanicly maybe the engine isn't too bad. with a repo car it all depends how well the previous owner treated it.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

95 bmws are just okay in my opinion. they dont age well in my opinion (they aren't as good appearance wise in today's standards) but it depends on the car - i would have to see it.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

I would almost have to keep a BMW stock for the most part as there isn't much ease to messing with the suspension and most the parts are damn expensive. I have heard that the current 335 is relatively easy to play with as it comes with a stock turbo for fuel efficiency but a retune does wonders for it.
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95 bmws are just okay in my opinion. they dont age well in my opinion (they aren't as good appearance wise in today's standards) but it depends on the car - i would have to see it.
All M3's look good. even the older one's.

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With wide fender kit, lowered and after market wheels and hood from what I can see.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

Plus the monster intercooler in the front bumper. I would drive both of those. I have always loved M3s.
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Plus the monster intercooler in the front bumper. I would drive both of those. I have always loved M3s.
Me too they are my favorite german car.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

The two cars a different. The bottom one is a newer one, an E46. Since it has the gills on the side different mirrors and an overall different appearance aside from the body kit.
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Meh.
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The two cars a different. The bottom one is a newer one, an E46. Since it has the gills on the side different mirrors and an overall different appearance aside from the body kit.
Both are 95's. They have the same mirrors. The bottom car is a highly modded vs of the top car. Here is the same car on top with a more front angle. You can see the mirrors are the same.



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Here is an e46. Which you can clearly see is more round. Unlike the other m3's I posted.
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er...yeah your right, i saw the mirrors in a different perspective

That one on the bottom is mad sick to!

I saw a Alpina B3 the other day, those cars are damn nice, but for the money I'd rather have a stang
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

yeah, that bottom one is nice.

i just think that most (bmws/mercedes/lexus/infiniti) luxary cars from the 90s look too old and boxy. they remind me of a 92 honda accord or something.

or maybe its just because in the area where i work most people drive bmw/mercedes/lexus/infinite/jaguars etc and the older ones look like aged.
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Re: 1995 BMW M3

i think the german cars age better then a lot of other cars. most american cars from the same time period like the taurus or the lumina haven't aged well at all. the mustang and camaro still look good from that time period though.
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