This 1993 BMW E36 325is built to run NASA time trials was only used at NASA and BMW Club events. This has car been completely converted into a full race car build, it includes lightweight 17″ Kosei wheels, 6 point cage, Sparco Evo 2 race seat and many other racing parts. The engine also has received attention by adding an oil cooler, new pistons, rings, lifters, aggressive cams and many other performance increasing parts. The BMW got on a dyno a little over a year ago and was able to produce and impressive 257 HP to the wheels.
If your interested in looking at the BMW it is currently in Woodstock, GA and the asking price is
$15,000 $9,000. Below is more detailed information from the owner specifying parts added and changed on the race car. To contact the owner use the following email address here.
CP Pistons 11.5:1, CP Rings, BMW Bearings, Guides, Ramps, Chains, Tensioners,
Lifters, Cometic Head Gasket, ARP Head Studs, Schrick Cams, Euro HFM, 24lb
Injectors, OBD 1 Intake Manifold, Euro Oil Filter Housing, Oil Cooler, S54 LTW Oil
Pan & Dual Pickup Pump, TRM Tuned Chip, Euro 3.2 Headers, Supersprint Euro 60mm
Race Center Pipe and Catback, Factory Clutch, 1 Sparco Evo 2 Seat, Sparco 383 Suede
Steering Wheel, Front and Rear Strut Braces, Kosei Wheels 17 x 8.5, Toyo RA 1’s, Auto
Power 6 point cage, Quick Release hub, LTW Replica Wing, 1999 M3 Front Bumper, 6
Point Harness good thru 2012, H&R Cup DE Suspension, Power Flex Bushings, Rear
Subframe Reinforcements, UUC Underpulley’s, UUC Short Shift, UUC adjustable rear
lower control arms.