Discussion in 'Cars for sale' started by MBungle, Jul 10, 2018.
Thought that too.
Supra Twin Turbo.....
Sorry, off topic obviously threw me! Some pics here https://turbobungle.com/home/our-cars/bungles-supra/
Now back on subject! Supercharged M3 for sale....
PS. Would also consider camper van (preferably VW T25 Westfalia) or Powerboat in part ex.
Is there any history of the engine replacement or conformation for the rod bearings?
Re: engine replacement - I do not have it I'm afraid, I can ask the guy I bought it from.
Re: rod bearings - No confirmation, again, I can ask the seller. However, I can only assume someone that goes to the trouble of buying the upgraded rod bearings whilst spending in excess of £20k modifying their car wouldn't then fit the supercharger without doing the bearings too.
When I went to buy the car, I could tell that the seller was someone that did not cut corners, his car collection, his garage set up and him all suggested someone that knew what they were doing so I had no worries.
If you are interested, I can ask him for more info, but I'd suggest coming to see the car and taking it out, I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
I believe you can squeeze wheels with 295 30 19 rear onto the standard arches without any pulling or what not. I sold a set of BBS CH-R on here in 19 which were listed on the BBS configurator for the e92 with 295 30 19. The ones I had wore 255 35 19. They were all MPSS. Front were 9 inch I think and rears were 10.5. If BBS say they'll fit then I'd say that's reliable .
I’ll buy the charger if you decide to split.
Its more about the offset than the width. There's a very deep concave on the wheels.
There does look to be a crease or line on the rear arches. Or is that just the pics
Just the Pics
OK, will bear that in mind
Ok sorry for derailing.
Perhaps a bit more of a description might help. I'm sitting her wandering if I need this in my life. Why dont you go on about it what the car is like to drive. It cant hurt.
Where you based? Best to just experience it for yourself. It drives fantastic, obviously its the engine that dominates the experience to be honest. Once it hits 5000rpm you need to be ready to flick the paddle as that final 3000 is over and done with quickly.
Keep it above 5000rpm through the gears and the thing is just relentless, piling on speed at a massive rate, quicker than my old modified 997 Turbo once the speed is well into three figures (though I think the 911 would have beaten at slower speeds with all of its torque).
But its not just the speed, its the noise of it, too.
Then it does all the usual M3 stuff of being able to go around corners, sideways if you want, and yet still be comfy for the whole family and luggage. Though this one also stops as well, despite all the power.
Anyway, as I said, come and see it, come out in it. Decide if you need it in your life!
Now you're selling. Much better description. Sounds great.
Well thats two offers received. One is close to where I want to be. Hopefully can get a deal together.
Deal off, guy decided its too fast for him, bump to the top....
Deposit taken..... though by someone who has not yet seen the car. He's still intending to collect on Saturday though....