1990 BMW 325i is finished in white over black cloth and powered by
a 2.8L stroker inline-six linked with a five-speed manual
transmission and a limited-slip differential. The car is equipped
with 15" Sparco wheels, Bilstein struts and shocks, Eibach springs,
a Z3 steering rack, a SSSquid performance chip, 325is front and
rear spoilers, a sunroof, air conditioning, a Nakamichi AM/FM/CD
stereo, and front sport seats. Recent work is said to have included
the installation of a replacement clutch, catalytic converter, and
suspension and braking components. This E30 is offered with a tool
kit, an accident-free Carfax report, and a clean title in the name
of the seller. The body left the factory finished in Alpine White
II (218) and was reportedly repainted in 2010. Equipment includes
325is front and rear spoilers along with fog lights, black side
moldings, and a sunroof. The front body panels were reportedly
refinished in 2022. Gray-finished 15" Sparco FF-1 wheels are
mounted with 205/55 Kumho Ecsta PS31 tires. The car is equipped
with Bilstein Sport struts and shock absorbers along with Eibach
Pro-Kit springs. Braking is handled by four-wheel discs with
braided stainless-steel brake lines. The following replacement
parts and components are said to have been installed since 2020: Z3
steering rack Replacement tie rods Replacement power steering hoses
H&R rear sway bar The cabin features front sport seats and a
rear bench that were reportedly reupholstered in black Carbon
Structure cloth accompanied by gray carpets as well as a black dash
and door panels. The front seats have had the lift-forward lever
removed and received replacement seat foam, struts, and seatbelt
latches. Amenities include a European-market analog clock, air
conditioning, a Nakamichi AM/FM/CD stereo, BMW Premium speakers,
and KoogleWerks cupholders. The air conditioning system has been
converted to utilize R134a refrigerant, and the heater core and
valve are said to have been replaced in 2018.
1990 BMW 325I
Interior Color:Black Cloth
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