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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
CSL's man, they look great on the e36. but my first recommendation would be to paint those grey mouldings and get an M3 bumper swap, you'd notice much more of a cosmetic difference.
True dat, I've got a diffuser on the back and I now have smoked corners. It looks great from the back, but pretty much stock from the front. My ultimate goal is to get all the M3 body styling on there, but I was kind of thinking wheels first, cause the ones I have on there are almost exctly the same as my boss's 1990 Cadillac Towncar ... Though it might be smart to do everything else first, considering my current tires have about 90% of tread left.
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