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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 Sat, Feb-09-2019, 12:32:55 AM   #21
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Had mine shipped via Reliable, Dallas to PA. Very professional service and a little over $1 per mile fully enclosed. My M3 rode with 3 custom Rolls and a 918 Porsche!

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We just had a '95 Dakar M3 shipped to CA from Illinois with Masney Transport! Absolutely best experience so far! This is our fourth car we have shipped from other states! Good luck with your M3!!
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Old Sat, Feb-09-2019, 01:54:09 AM   #23
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What part of town are you in? I'm looking into having some clear film added to my car (at Carlos' recommendation) but most of the recommended installers are not very close to me (Venice)

https://www.xpel.com/clearbra_instal...each_Santa_Ana
Hi Nate, am in the WeHo/BH area, I want the clear bra taken off not on. I think. I am going to see if it can be lived with, always felt rock chips were car bravery, like wounds taken from the front. The 964 is peppered with them. I never understood this obsession with original paint (or low mileage); Ferry Porsche always called them a fact of life. Feel free to get in touch, the car arrives some day midweek, can't wait, I haven't seen it in person yet.
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Old Tue, Feb-12-2019, 04:26:48 AM   #24
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Pickup was today, I will let you now when the eagle has landed.
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Old Tue, Feb-12-2019, 05:09:07 AM   #25
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I just had the same dilemma picking up an e83 X3, M package, 6 speed manual, white with brown interior (I'm very excited about it). Car was in Seattle, I was in Michigan. Shipping was quoted $1000-$1500 so I booked a flight with my wife and daughter and drove it 2500 miles back over 5 days. It was an epic drive and the only thing that went wrong was the battery died during the -50F windchill day in Chicago.

Shame you couldn't have done the same but M3 with summer tires in snow would have resulted in destruction. Glad it worked out finding a shipper and congrats on the purchase!
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Car arrived today (it left CO yesterday at noon!), only fresh off the carrier photos but the drive around the block to parking garage was actually a blast.
HUGE thank you for the referral of Aaron, this was a potential root canal rendered painless. Car is much nicer than anticipated, so will likely bore you all with introductions, photos etc.
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Car arrived today (it left CO yesterday at noon!), only fresh off the carrier photos but the drive around the block to parking garage was actually a blast.
HUGE thank you for the referral of Aaron, this was a potential root canal rendered painless. Car is much nicer than anticipated, so will likely bore you all with introductions, photos etc.
Glad it worked out w Aaron. When I met him at the 100s in the hills event, I knew he cared about his business and customers and would make sure the shipment went smoothly. In a business with a lot of shady characters, it's good to know someone trustworthy. I'll be using him this Summer to get my LC out to CO again.

Oh, and welcome to the E36 M3 club! Nice companion to your 964.
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I just requested a quote from Aaron for my m3
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Hi Nate, am in the WeHo/BH area, I want the clear bra taken off not on. I think. I am going to see if it can be lived with, always felt rock chips were car bravery, like wounds taken from the front. The 964 is peppered with them. I never understood this obsession with original paint (or low mileage); Ferry Porsche always called them a fact of life. Feel free to get in touch, the car arrives some day midweek, can't wait, I haven't seen it in person yet.
Right on, car looks good! Let's see some more pictures, and pics of said 964...? (presumably the car in your avatar, looks awesome)

And yea I understand, places who apply clear bra will also be able to remove clear bra, so I figure that might be a place to start.
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Hi all, photos of car to come, it has been uncharacteristically cloudy and raining here in LaLa Land today.
I have a question for the brain trust: based on these totally vague photos, the only ones I have as yet. can you see what exhaust this is, it isn't stock.
It is pretty loud and I am little nervous; AutoX here is strict on 91 db max as most courses are near residential.
I don't know what 91db sounds like but mine is pretty loud below 3200rpm. The car is a beautiful surprise; already set up for AutoX, rattle free, everything works, smells good, paint very good, seats (shockingly) not worn, pulls like a train. I do see the need for a Z3 steering rack, the stock is truck like.
Until I get them side by side here is a tease on the 964 as an homage to the experts and thanks for any insight.
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