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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Tue, Apr-10-2018, 04:58:09 PM   #11
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Very nice man. What wheels are those? Look pretty good.

my 95m is just a ton of fun, one of the most engaging cars I've ever driven. I'd love to hop in a sedan too
These are CSL's
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These are CSL's
They look like CSLs, but they also don't appear to be 19s and don't have a recess for the M badge.

There are enough differences for me to be certain they're not CSLs.
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They look like CSLs, but they also don't appear to be 19s and don't have a recess for the M badge.

There are enough differences for me to be certain they're not CSLs.
Agreed. There is a 0% chance of these being CSL wheels. CSL wheels will not fit on an e36 without flares.
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Looks like I’ve got some homework to do, I looked it up and CSL’s are 19” wheels, these are 18”’s...gonna give her a good go through this weekend and make a list of what mods she’s got already.


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They don't even look remotely like CSL wheels. Apart from them being Y-spoke, like every other wheel, they have nothing in common.
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They are a lesser brand replica CSL style wheel. And yes they very much look like CSL wheels although they are very unfitting on this car.

Congrats on the car. Please replace the cheap wheels with something of quality and she’ll look proper again. OEM E36 M3 wheel sets are always a good start.
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They are a lesser brand replica CSL style wheel. And yes they very much look like CSL wheels although they are very unfitting on this car.



Congrats on the car. Please replace the cheap wheels with something of quality and she’ll look proper again. OEM E36 M3 wheel sets are always a good start.


That’s the plan, not a fan of these either...found this in the trunk..now to find 3 more..lol!


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