I'm listing my M3 here before I try the infamous Craigslist in hopes that a fellow track enthusiast will take it off my hands. Reason for selling- thinking about an upgrade to a newer, more family-friendly vehicle (that is, if you consider an M2 family friendly)
First I'll point out again that this is a track car first and foremost, though it is also street legal. Most of the factory interior has been removed from the dash back. It does still have the A/C, cruise control, and power windows/locks as well as functioning turn signals, horn, etc. No issues passing TX inspection. You can drive it to/from the track easily, if not comfortably. Carpet is fully removed. The headliner and sunroof cassette are also fully removed (a CF sunroof insert panel is installed, and it does not leak). The rear seat has been completely removed, along with the rear side trim and the back window shelf trim. The trunk carpet and insulation have been completely removed. In addition to what I've mentioned already- the seats are Sparco Evo II Plus (driver & passenger), with Schroth harnesses (both are expired, but this isn't a race car so consider that). It also has a bolt-in Kirk roll bar (not a full cage).
The car 'could' be put back to a fully stock interior, but it would be one hell of a job. Every time I thought about doing it, I talked myself out of it.. Nuf said.
The car runs fantastic and has never let me down on the road or the track. I've done 3 DE weekends with it at COTA and 1 more at TWS. Never a single issue. It doesn't care if the temperature is 100+, or if it's raining, or, well you get the picture. Solid car that was built with reliability and performance in mind. When it isn't at the track or taking a lap around Lake Travis, it's in my garage under cover.
The last time I rant it at COTA, the AST coilovers showed me they are due for a rebuild. I have decided to put the car up for sale without rebuilding the suspension based on the thought that the new owner might want to do that job (instead of me paying to have it done and raising the price accordingly). Or, the new owner might want to go with a different suspension setup altogether. A rebuild on the AST's is $800 (all 4 corners), and labor is approx 4 hrs, possibly more depending on who you talk to.
The only other issues I can point out are a 'garage ding' on the front/center portion of the hood, and the paint on the hood is getting a bit dull as compared to the rest of the car. I was seriously considering a wrap for the hood in 'oil slick' but I'm almost 50 and that may be a bit much. But, maybe not..
Car is located in Cedar Park, TX. I'm happy to show it to serious parties.
Asking $15,000 as-is. (suspension rebuild needed at new owners expense). My phone # is listed on the bottom of this post if you have questions.
Many more pics available for seriously interested parties. Prefer to meet in person and show the car live, however.
Vorshlag AST 4100 coilovers (600#F/750#R)
Vorshlag AST rear shock mount
Vorshlag Camber plates
Bimmerworld Powerflex Control Arm Bushing
BMW X Brace
Vorshlag 80mm/60mm wheel studs
BimmerWorld SS Brake Lines
DForce LTW5 17x9 wheels
Dunlop Direzza Star Spec 255/40R17 (could stand to be replaced, they are getting a bit old. I run track tires at the track anyways)
Stoptech Front Big Brake Kit
Slotted rear rotors
PFY06 pads all around
Bimmerworld fan removal kit
Bimmerworld water pump shaft nut
UUC Evo3 SSK w/ DSSR
UUC System U DTM cat-back exhaust
Vorshlag Motor Mounts
Vorshlag Transmission Mounts
VAC Oil Pan Baffle
Wired Oil Pump Nut
Stewart Water Pump
Fluidyne Aluminum Radaiator
Optima Red battery
Maintenance Items (done by PO, at approx 60K)
cam position sensor
front lower control arms
fender wheel wells
sway bar bushings
UUC tow hooks
SSI Stealth Underpanel
Carbon Fiber Sunroof Delete Panel
VAC floor pans
VAC seat mounts
Kirk bolt-in rollbar
Sparco Evo II Plus seats
Schroth racing harnesses
Leather Z e36 gauge kit
UUC race pedals
UUC clutch arm bushings
Thanks for checking out my post. You can call me at Five Juan Too 716 Thirteen 8 Four. Tim