Enthusiasts gave the BMW M3 of the 1990s a second lifeJune 9, 2019
After all the work was completed, the high-performance version of the 1990 Bavarian BMW 3-Series sedan received an upgraded aerodynamic body kit, extra power, and a considerable price tag of $ 90,000.
What do you do if you have an old BMW M3, and you’re also a big fan of the 24-hour race on the legendary Nürburgring race track? Foreign enthusiasts decided to make a real road monster out of the old car, which was called “DTM Edition”.
According to the ClassicDriver edition, where the car is currently for sale, the price tag for a highly modified model is set at around 90,015 dollars.
It should be noted separately that the old BMW M3 received an incredible amount of changes. It is reported that engineers unnamed tuning studio worked on the car for a very, very long time and I must say not in vain.
The M3 received a safety cage, suspension struts and struts, a carbon fiber Sport EVO rear wing, a carbon spoiler under the front bumper, carbon body side mirrors, BBS racing wheels with titanium design elements. Also worth noting is the sports exhaust system, the racing exhaust manifold, the Speed Yellow body tint, and the sport seats. In the cabin there are many elements of carbon and Alcantara.
The announcement claims that, despite the fact that the car traveled a total of 101,880 km, its 2.3-liter 4-cylinder engine of 195 hp ran just 2,000 km. Thus, if this information is correct, the motor has passed only the so-called run-in.
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