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E30 1990 BMW 325i

Make: BMW
Model: 3-Series
Type: Coupe
Trim: 325i
Year: 1990
Mileage: 166,000
VIN: WBAAA1314LEC68780
Color: Glacier Blue Metallic
Engine: M20B25
Cylinders: 6
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Indigo Blue Cloth
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Canfield, Ohio, United States

1990 BMW 3-Series Additional Info:

This is a really nicecar for any seasoned enthusiast or beginnerin the world of e30's to enjoy for many years. Ithas a lot of nice modifications and maintenance already done. It's never been in an accident and the fenders have matching VIN tags with the factory seams untouched.The engine is original and itruns very smooth, quietand strong. At 155K miles, I replaced the timing belt, tensioner,water pump, every hose, radiator,exhaust manifold gaskets and studs, Bosch distributor cap and rotor, NGK plugs and wires, V-belts, engine mounts and many more small items. At 162K miles, I replaced the front control arms, steering end links and had it aligned. It has Zimmerman cross drilled rotors in front with Hawk HP+ pads. The wheels are very rare genuine Hartge Type A 16x7.5 et25. They're in good condition with no curb rash and the centerbore lips are in perfect condition. The tires are Toyo R1R 225/45/16with about 2K miles on them. The suspension is sitting on H&R race springs with Bilstein sports and Diverse Motorsport 15mm drop hatsin front to correct reverse rake. The result is an absolutely perfect fitting wheel and stance. It has an e30 M-Tech1 spoiler painted diamond black and the rubber is still in pretty good condition.I just installed aZ3 1.9 shifter with all new bushings, carrier, selector rod. I alsoreplaced the flex disc and center support bearing.

Inside, the car has sport seats, Nardi leather steering wheel and matching knob with new boot. All of the gauges are 100% functional, including the odometer. The dash has onestraight crack going vertical right inthemiddle of the passenger'sside. The indigo floor mats were replaced brand new from the dealer 2 years ago just before they went NLA. It has brand new ZKW driving lights with 3M Laminix film. This car does have some items to still be addressed. The rear subframe and trailing arm bushings were going to be the next items to replace. They're not clunking yet, but they're still original and feel squishy with the big sticky tires. Rear brake lines will need replaced and some other odds and ends stuff all around.The worst spots of rustare on the underside lip of the trunk lid and the back of the battery box on the rear apron. It has typical stone chipsand dings here and there. The transmission has always had a slight whine when it's cold. It's not a perfect car, but a new owner would really have some fun with this. I'm just at a point where I'm changing priorities and I need to simplify some things. This car gets the least of my attention out of all my cars and it's a real shame because it has tremendous potential to be awesome. If you have any other questions about the car, please feel free to ask. Happy bidding!

I forgot to add that I just installed a brand new Supersprint cat-back exhaust with all new mounting hardware. It has genuine euro grilles on the front along with Abrahams Motorsport smoked turn signal lenses. It also has a new Z3 antenna unitinstalled to get rid of the big ugly stock one. It has a brand new "I" lip with all new fastening clips. All parts, except aftermarket performance ones, are original equipment purchased from Cain BMW. I don't use any cheap worldpac parts or equivalent junk. When I work on an area of the car I replace every nut, bolt, fastener, clip, etc.