2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 6M)
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STATUS: PREVIOUSLY OWNED
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This car is very close to 50/50 weight distribution. It seems to get a little light in the rear. Just got to make sure to keep it balanced:)
Yeah Joseph, you are right. I don't think a V8 belongs in an M3. Thanks for the post.
Congrats on achieving a long-held desire to have a BMW. E36, E46, and E9x (because come on - that V8...) are the M3s that do it for me. Great choice.
2005 BMW M3
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