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FS: 1998 E36 M3 Sedan - Track Car - $11,900

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I bought this car last year from a friend who was moving to Colorado. It has 120k miles. I am selling because I am a small business owner and my business has been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 virus and I don't need two track cars in the garage.

Despite being fairly heavily modified as a track car, the car has very little actual track use. The previous owner was more of a builder than a driver. He did a number of autocrosses and a handful of track days with the car, but other than that he just drove it on the street. I have had it out at 3 member days at MSR Cresson and the car performed great.

I have a big folder of records for the car going back to 2012 and before. Car dynoed at 240hp/228tq. Car weighs around 2820.
There are no known issues, problems, or surprises with this car. I can put you in contact with the previous owner of the car if you have questions that I can't answer. I have boxes full of crap & records that comes with the car.

Mods
TC Kline adjustable coilovers
Vorschlag camber plates
H&R front sway bar
Ground ontrol rear camber arms
Z3 power steering rack
TC Kline 4-point roll bar
Schroth 6 point harnesses 
Sparco Evo 2 seats
Motion Motorsports seat brackets
Bimmerworld seat mounts
Bimmerworld short throw shifter
Bimmerworld header & exhaust
Dinan intake
Wilwood big brake kit w/ stainless brake lines
Carbon fiber sunroof delete
Sparco steering wheel
NRG steering wheel quick disconnect hub
Hood shocks
Fog light covers
Vorshlag wheel studs & lugs
Hubcentric wheel spacers
Footwell covers with high grip surface 
2 sets of D-force 17" wheels.
1 set of Hankook RS4 245/40/17 (75% tread, good condition)
1 set of Toyo RR 255/40/17 (scrubs, good condition)
1 set of Continental Extreme street tires (old but fine for hooning)
1 set of Hankook RS3s (chunked, hoon or throw out)
Tons of extra brakes and brake pads in various condition
Probably a lot more I can't remember

Systems
Cooling system refreshed recently (Radiator, fans, hoses, etc)
Motor mounts, trans mounts, water pump, alternator replaced
AC and Heater work
Radio works
Power windows and locks work
Power mirrors work

Problems
Needs a shifter boot

If you fill it with more than 90% fuel it smells like gas. Common e36 issue with Fuel Sender Unit. If you care to fix it, the part is $80. I didn't care - I just filled it 3/4 tank. 

Car is going to need a clutch at some point. If you shift 2->3 really hard you can sometimes feel some slip. It's hardly noticeable but figured I'd mention it.

There are a couple of spots on the hood where bird poop sat and ate through the clear coat. Other than that the paint is in fantastic condition.

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Boxes full of crap that comes with the car

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Nice car.  GLWS.

I already have 3 race cars in the garage, 2 of which I can't sell.

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