With my Megane 250 being built more towards track performance, than road performance it sucked on the road. It was brilliant on track, and very adjustable and oversteer-y for a front wheel drive car. On the road it was obscenely firm, and would smash into the floor, and it's bumpstops if it smelt a speedhump half a mile away. A new commute meant that I would be travelling 25ish miles a day on rough B roads. I initially thought about getting a cheap daily shed to use and keep the Megane as the track car. However due to a couple of reasons it was decided that buying a daily/trackday car would be the better option opposed to having 2 cars. I initially was looking at something like an i30N, or a hot-hatch that could do both a little better than the trusty old Megane. However, I decided that I wanted an N/A V8, and RWD as these things likely would be costed off the road soon. So after selling my Megane 250 for a decent price, it was into the dealer to buy this. After a thorough test drive and a even more through look over the money changed hands and I was off driving this home. They even chucked in a free full tank of fuel, which was a nice addition. So, the car! It's a 2011 M3 Comp, in LeMans Blue metallic with black Comp wheels. Black leather interior, without the Comfort access, and has the Pro nav and the Harman/Kardon upgrade. It also already had a few nice touches on it, such as full LED interior lights, an instant MPG readout, digital speedo, and a few other handy little coding things. The drive home was fun. With the next dry day I was off work I then set to cleaning some of the 86k miles worth of use off of the paintwork. Even before washing it was apparent that it would need thoroughly decontaminating as there were a lot of iron fallout on the paint, as well as tar. Everyone loves a foamy shot. This was just before the clay barring. She ain't no garage queen. After this my first mod arrived. Some of the initial pictures showed the yellow halogen DRL's, which really age the car. I found some cheap ebay jobbies that are white and help take the age off the car. They're not that bright, which is annoying, but will do for a bit. I tend to drive my cars for a bit, to find out what I do, and don't like about them and see what can be improved/changed to make the car better, for me. So far, the list is: Carbon splitter, Carbon indicator repeater things, carbon spoiler and carbon diffuser. The wheels are going to be refurbed, back to a lighter grey. I'm thinking a satin Anthracite at the moment. Wheel spacers, to help space the wheels out a little. Eventuri intake, it needs a little more induction noise. Primary decats, with the associate map and cold start delete. M4 seats. Updated Maps to 2019/2020. Big brake kit (currently looking at the M2C kit, with the 6pot fronts, and 4pot rear. Investigation is required though). The mods will start after the car is up to a "as new" mechanical standard. So: Rod Bearings Full oil change. Coolant flush. Power Steering flush New Spark plugs New ignition Coils New Pollen filters New brake fluid. New DCT Oil. Diff oil change. AC Regas (maybe, will revisit this in the summer) I'm planning for an OEM+ type car that looks like it could've came from the factory as it did. I am planning to do some trackdays this year, but will see what happens.