Discussion in 'E36 M3 (1991-1999) and E30 M3 (1986-1990)' started by M3 Matt, Aug 5, 2019.
Condition of that leather is amazing!
I had a 328is in cosmos with saffron, brilliant combo.
Welcome Pezza. Lovely looking car, is that tan leather?
I must say, there really are some amazing E36 M3's being posted up. Good work all.
Thanks mate it’s pretty mint!
Yeah I believe bmw call it ‘saffron’ cheers mate!
Looks very light for Safron.
Could be pic’s white balance.
VIN decoder will give exact answer.
Old pic of my old M3 RIP.
F3FD9B3F-A28B-495A-94F5-102D99888B22 by Ian Woodridge, on Flickr
Kind of agree, mine was more yellow..
My old 1998 Evo
Techno Violet with Champagne leather
I’ve seen this on an m3 Facebook group, this looks the dogs bollox, bet it looked even better in the flesh!
Could well be called ‘tan’ but someone told me it was saffron! Either way it’s cool!
^^^ MP might might have lost your OEM crown.
And electric headrests
What makes you think that?
But lovely spec'd without any doubt.
Can not see if he has the Harman/Kardon sound system.
GT carbon trim/sills/moulding badges
CD/tape tray for glovebox
Central lock switch
Various extended leather parts
One-touch up and down for all 5 windows switches
Lockable fuel cap
I don't have leccy seats as the manual seats are lower. I have them in my 328i so theoretically, I could makes them leccy.
The leccy headrests, an idea I had in 2007. Collected all parts, but never got around to fitting it, as I never ever adjust the headrests and the whole assamble does add quite some weight.
Factory aerial delete
I've just completed the electric headrest install. I wouldn't say it adds much weight at all.
It was just a cool feature I had seen where you replace the seat switch for one from an E34. They're essentially the same but have additional switching for the headrest.
I've replaced the foam and heating elements with brand new items from BMW. I would highly recommend doing this if anyone is looking to refresh their interior.
My car doesn't come close to MParallel's. I've got it to a point where I'm happy with it but you never know I may add more OEM stuff in the future.
At least my steering wheel is on the right side though
lovely car none the less. Thanks for sharing your updates.
How easy is it to fit the steering wheel controls?