my lawn has "pop", even if my car pic doesn't
euro-spec xenon HID glass headlights. these are bmw factory pieces that they didn't give us here in america.
e46 m3 rear lip spoiler on decklid. also check the active autowerke stainless catback exhaust with stainless tips. it's the best in the biz, but still only worth 4.5 extra hp at the wheels, because bmw factory exhaust is AMAZINGLY good. but, the AA exahust does weigh in at a whopping 33lbs lighter, so that's a win, too.
BMW m-coupe short shifter, rare, 3-spoke steering wheel, gauge cluster in place of useless sunglass shelf, high-end alpine stereo, m5 dead pedal. [i'm not much of a stereo type. it was put there by the previous owner].
where she's kept, most of the time. rare view of garage not cleaned up :-) plus, a couple of my other "performance vehicles', zipped up in the board bags.
note the fuel safe cell under the mustang. m3 is slightly lowered with a Ground Control Koni/Eibach setup
the go-ped is for pit transportation. after all this raving about the pretty german, my old warhorse might feel a little sad. not to worry. don't let her old exterior fool you. she's fully prepped with fully tubular griggs racing torque arm/ panahrd rod, tubular coilover front and rear, basically the whole shebang, and efi 408, t56-six speed tranny, brembo brakes, 22 gallon fuel safe cell. she's loaded for bear, and while she's now a horrible street car, unfit for a date, she becomes a prima-ballerina on the track.
the sexy german girl, in addition to the ground control/adjustable koni yellows, also has the under-car "x-brace" from the convertible m3...for extra stiffness.
discerning eye will notice that the mustang fender extensions are pushed outward...this helps "cover" the 275/40/17's
not visible in this photo, but the m3 also has the [verrry] expensive european-spec, floating front rotors that the us market did not get.