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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Wed, Feb-15-2017, 07:00:44 PM   #1
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Default BMW Grey M-Rain fabric

Hello everyone, my name is Michael and I run a small business based in the UK supplying reproductions of BMW Fabrics, you can find us @m_fabrics on instagram or @bmwfabrics on facebook.

Our latest project is to put into production the sought after Dove grey M-Rain fabric. To do this we are doing a group buy if you want to take part in the group buy you would be one of the first people to receive this fabric and will benefit from a reduced price, the normal price for this fabric would be 80 per metre but it is reduced to 70 per metre for the group buy. The fabric will come on a roll around 145cm wide.

If you are interested in this them please comment or message me with your name and the quantity you require. For reference we usually recommend 5m to recover 4 seats and 4 door cards.

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Very cool. I have actually always preferred the grey to the black cloth. I just couldn't keep up with the cleaning.
Nice to see people reproducing this stuff.
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Very cool. I have actually always preferred the grey to the black cloth. I just couldn't keep up with the cleaning.
Nice to see people reproducing this stuff.
Thanks man, yea I have it in my own car and it is a pain to keep clean but I just have to run seat covers day to day.
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Nice stuff. I just picked up the M-Rain shift boot and e-brake set. My existing lighted shift knob and boot is all one piece (dealer purchased replacement) Guess this is the excuse I needed to buy a ZHP.
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Nice stuff. I just picked up the M-Rain shift boot and e-brake set. My existing lighted shift knob and boot is all one piece (dealer purchased replacement) Guess this is the excuse I needed to buy a ZHP.
Awesome! you must be Adam? Thanks for the order.
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Awesome! you must be Adam? Thanks for the order.
That is me yes. Excited to add some color to the black interior. I would love to take the seats on as a project but I can't justify that cost yet..I was lucky to find a car with great seats.

I was talking with another member here (shepott) who does steering wheels in Romania. Would it be possible to send him a small piece of M Rain? I'm thinking about using it on the little plastic buttons on the US spec 3 spoke wheel? If so, let me know a cost. I'm not in a huge hurry but knowing if it can be done would help.

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Michael i am extremely interested in this if you can do black alcantara M-rain.
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Pierre why didn't you go for the original black rain reproduction run made by bimmerbreaker?
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I would have loved that interior when I had my Estoril coupe
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Pierre why didn't you go for the original black rain reproduction run made by bimmerbreaker?
when was this???? i totally would have if i knew about it or had paid attention lol.
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