Has won a few races in NASA ST3 but can run in a variety of classes/clubs. The condition/history of the car is reflected in the price. Multiple e36 cars have traded in the 30s with S52s, half-cages, etc. in recent weeks (several listed for ~40k right now).

Local deal = cash only, or a wire with buyer-arranged shipping.

Car has been in multiple incidents throughout its life (multiple evidence points of damage) and is rough in certain areas. It was repainted (probably more than once) with clear evidence around the car. You can tell from the photos it is not a show car (I tried to take the best, most representative I could, there are lots of imperfections and rough areas throughout the car). The shifter does lean towards fifth, it does not bother me enough to pull out the trans to fix (which is why I haven’t) but I’m told it is a relatively easy fix if done. Even with all the issues, the car is fast and a lot of fun to drive. Perfect car to take racing for someone on a budget or not worried about rubbing fenders.

Car passed annual NASA tech in 2022. I have not raced it in 2023. It needs at least a fire suppression system to pass NASA tech, not sure if anything else (I have not studied the updated rules).

Some basic info below, reach out with any questions.

-Moton suspension front & rear

-Rod bearings were just completed before the last event (only did 1 day of HPDE4 at Sebring)

-ARP rod bolts

-Epic Motorsports Tune -Bimmerworld e36 race exhaust (part #: 1004116)

-Solid Condor Motorsports steering shaft upgrade

-996 front & rear calipers with RallyRoad brackets

-Hard motorsport fender flares all around -Solid trans/engine mounts -Front & rear Ground Control sway bars -Stack dash

-Fiberglass hood

-No ABS but does have a booster -Rear e36 m3 trailing arms -New adjustable rear spring perches -Reinforced rear subframe -Stock fuel tank w/ fuel starve kit -Yellow top battery -weight is somewhere around 2600-2700lbs (haven’t weighed it since I’ve made some changes)

Various items were replaced when the car was last in the shop getting the rod bearings done. List below:

-Both oil pump gears

-Oil pump chain and tensioner

-Crank gear

-Upgraded timing chain guide

-Vanos solenoid was replaced

-New vanos cover gaskets

-Vanos gasket

-Water pump gasket/o-ring

-Thermostat o-ring

All work above was just done in early April in preparation for a Daytona event we ended up skipping. The car did run Sebring after this work was completed (and ran great).

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I put a lot of money into this car since I bought it, it was originally purchased so I could continue racing while s54-swapping my e36 coupe. The coupe is finishing up so I no longer need the extra car. Because of this, I am taking the driver’s seat, chillout, and wheels for the other car. It will come with the same Sparco seat as the passenger and on spare wheels I have.

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Location: Clermont, Florida, United States