Discussion in 'Cars for sale' started by lambo911, Mar 5, 2018.
Go see and save the car (and yourself!!)
too late, already signed on the dotted line for the kitchen!
Still for sale. Think I'll list it on ebay too as not everyone uses PH
GLWTS. I would have thought PH is the place where you would get the right sort of buyer for this type of car. Get prepared for a lot of hassle from fleabay, with people who will try offering you a 1/3rd of your asking price and make it out like they are doing you a favour!
Try on here - www.carandclassic.co.uk
Try it on German autotrader. Prices out there are very strong.
I sold my GT last year, not for a kitchen. I bought a Renault Clio instead
£13,000 restoration and you put those tyres on it ??
I did plenty of research and they had good reviews. Car feels handles pretty well and a lot better than when it had Goodyears.
But the GT does not have the 3.2 like the Imola
The last 2 imola individuals I saw both went at auction later part for last year and drew just under 21K each.
Burns when you sell number 1 and 42 for both under 10K. Such is life.
Mega pedantic point, but the Imola does have the ligthweight forged M double spokes.
I'm not sure they are the same wheels, they don't have BMW Motorsport stamped on the face.
My car still for sale...
3.0 cars have the stamped wheels and the 3.2s are plain I believe
great car btw, GLWS
The 3.0 GT came with a different part no. alloy compared to other 3.0 M3s of the same era. The reason for this is due to the wheel being lighter.
The 3.2 Imola Individual came with the the same wheels as every other M3 EVO (which are not as light)
I thought the imola individual m3 wheels were different, as they have polished rim edges?
The Imola Individual has a standard M3 Evo alloy (which is a polished rim): http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=BG92-EUR-11-1998-E36-BMW-M3&diagId=36_2167
Only the GT Individual and GT Coupe had lightweight wheels as this was for homologation reasons. Much like the GT rear wing and front splitter: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=BF92-EUR-07-1995-E36-BMW-M3&diagId=36_2166
FulEnglish is absolutely right! Just checked the part number on my spare and it's 36112227850 Light alloy rim polished 71/2JX17 ET:41. I really thought they were fitted with the forged wheels, not so.
You learn something new every day.
i didn't think they were lighter, just wasn't aware the none imola individuals e36 evo wheels had the polished rims ;0)
My old e36 evo had full painted faces.
Amazing car - not an easy choice with the sale but hope you get what you want for it!