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E21, E30General discussion and technical help for 1975-1991 3 series cars.
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Your Ride: 88 325is
Upgrades. If there was a performance pkg, there wopuld have been addiional badging somewhere else on the car. A lot of stateside HARTGE cars (mainly e30 models) are aftermarket additions due to HARTGE not having a very large customer base in the US at that time. Perhaps this car was a similar product, that never got completed.
Your Ride: 92 525, 88 325 hardtop'ed vert and 83 320iS
The e at the end of the 325 is the model tag for economey model. The 325e's have a different cylinder head that has smaller valves and not such an agressive valve spring as an i or an is. A 325e is pretty much a car to drive to work in, not some car youde want to race anybody in.
1992 525i, 1988 Hardtop'ed Vert and 1983 320iS
My E36 has a wood grain shifter with the M stripes. it has the sport, premium and weather package on it. Also my steering wheel is an M it has the stripes with the M on the very bottom of the steering wheel. Maybe M sport package appearance toys but not mechanical.