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  1. Looks like it, in the second pic you can see the lack of a normal c pillar and the cover for the top. If it could be de-riced, that’d be a cool little car, still has intact euro bumpers and valance from what the pics show. Idk about his price though, seems really high for the condition.
  2. chit chat thread

    Agreed, glad you’re okay!
  3. E21 Project Thread - Part 2

    I’d have to say the top one.
  4. the one and only e30 s52 engine swap

    You could always pick up a lead specific respirator too, that'd probably work if all you're doing is scuffing it up a little. Do it outside so that it doesn't get thrown into the air in the shop/settle on anything and you'll be good.
  5. Chapter GMW | E30 LS1 (starting on post #1427)

    I believe the zhp rack is nearly as quick as the the z3 but doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, and is easier to find. They also came in some non zhp e46s as well. If I end up replacing the rack in my car when I do the lines this year, it’s probably what I’m going to get.
  6. I like the idea of brushed faces/polished lips, that’d look sweet.
  7. As long as I'm not scheduled for work that day, I'll be there. Edit: Just asked off, I'll be there for sure!
  8. the one and only e30 s52 engine swap

    Can’t comment on the ATE calipers, but I bought rebuilt rear girling calipers from centric last year after snapping a bleed screw and I have nothing bad to say about them, they seem to be pretty good value for the money. If you care about how they look, make sure to get paint on them ASAP, they start to get surface rust pretty quickly.
  9. Heyo!

    Welcome! I dig the euro lights and the color, that's a nice 5er!
  10. Just wanted to thank you for the parts, I appreciate it!
  11. Differential rebuilding service

    Also in for pricing.
  12. borrow trailing arm bushing press, madison?

    When I did it, I just used a regular hydraulic press with a socket/random bits of pipe, so I guess I’m no help there, but I’d imagine that if you took it to a shop they could do it cheap and fast. In order to get mine out, I cut all of the rubber lip off of one end of the bushing to make it easier to press out, worked like a charm.
  13. 318ti or 325i?

    I’d probably go with the 325i. I’m a sucker for 6 cylinders, it’s lower mileage and it’s a little closer to how I’d want one if I had one. I dig the color too.
  14. Yeah, definitely more than I’d pay. Maybe if it had 100k fewer miles.
  15. https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/cto/d/2000-bmw-740i-sport-6-speed/6451449323.html 6 speed e38!