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Willowbrook, IL, USA
1995
BMW
E36 M3
$18,500
185,000 miles
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Factory Color: Hellrot Red
Interior Color: Black
Aftermarket seats
Seat Material: Cloth
Engine: Naturally Aspirated
Roof: Carbon Roof
Navigation: No
CarFax: Clean
Title: Clean
Keys: One
VIN: WBSBF9324SEH03630
Asking Price: $18,500
Open to offers: Yes
Open to trades: No
Open to shipping: Yes
Seller Type: Private Party
Contact Name: Roman

For sale is a track-prepped 1995 Hellrot Red E36 M3. I’ve owned the car since 2022, after acquiring it from the previous owner who had owned it for 10 years. During my ownership, I put a lot of emphasis on getting the car up to date on maintenance to make it a super reliable track car for HPDE and Time Trial events, with all work professionally performed by RRT Racing in Sterling, VA. I bought it with plans to hold onto as a long-term track car. Note: all vin tags are in place, straight body, never crashed, even rear quarters have vin tags. Shock towers are reinforced – no stress cracking or other issues.

Google drive with photos, Carfax: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-5St8RrtlMINB_3JWUo23TmG64T4KrgX?usp=drive_link

Within the last year, the following maintenance items have been addressed:
– Brand new, Diffsonline built 3.46 ratio differential with a polished gearset (it was a 6+ month wait for this, and the rear end itself cost ~$4k)
– Full fluid exchange with high-temp fluids
– Corner balance & track-spec alignment w/ride height adjustment
– ABS service with new wheel speed sensors
– Miscellaneous maintenance (reverse light switch, passenger window motor, battery ground cable & tie down, rear Koni yellow shock replacement, new PFC race brakes, new Yokohama track tires on 17″ wheels)
– All work professionally performed by RRT (over $9k in maintenance in the past year with receipts)

The car is extremely well set up, runs great, pulls hard, handles beautifully, and offers a very competitive Time Trial platform in the right hands (would require full cage, fire suppression, etc. for wheel-to-wheel racing). As a bit of background on the build, the car is equipped with the following:

– 185k miles on chassis & transmission
– ~90k miles on engine (replaced by BMW in Boston in 2005, along with clutch & flywheel) – record available
– 24lb injectors
– 540 MAF
– TRM Tune
– Supersprint replica headers
– Custom 3″ single stainless exhaust (catless w/a single muffler)
– VAC Vanos Rebuild
– UUC Short Shift Kit w/AKG Selector Rod
– AKG Motor & Transmission Mounts
– Clutch fan delete with Spal fan, low temp thermostat, and euro expansion tank
– Subframe & chassis reinforcements
– Autopower 4pt bolt-in roll bar
– ZHP steering rack
– Bimmerworld lollipop control arm bushings
– Ground control single adjustable race setup (600/700lb spring rates, camber plates, & rear shock reinforcements) w/Koni yellows
– Turner Motorsports rear lower control arms
– Hotchkis Sway Bars
– UUC Big Brake Kit
– Stainless Steel brake lines
– Cryogenically treated rotors on all four corners
– Condor bushigns
– PFC race brakes
– Recaro profi fixed back seats (XL driver & regular passenger)
– Sparco harnesses
– VAC motorsports seat mounts/sliders
– MKAH v2 Door Panel Deletes
– MKAH glove box/center console panel
– MKAH diamond plate floor pans
– Turner Motorsports tow straps front & rear
– Race numbers are vinyl and easily removable
– Kosei K1 17×8.5 on Yokohama 200tw tires

Cons:
– The car will need new axles at some point. Neither have given any issue, but the driver’s side was replaced at some point with an aftermarket axle that has a larger-than-normal CV boot; the larger boot makes contact with the upper control arm, so slight wear on the boot is present (and at times a slight squeak can be noticed). Could be remedied by raising the rear suspension slightly or replacing the axle.
– The ABS light occasionally comes on. I had RRT Racing service and replace all of the ABS components a few months ago; they have confirmed that everything is operational, but they suspect the aftermarket axle is the culprit.
– The chassis, subframe, and suspension mounts are rust free; however, there was previously rust bubbles on both rear quarter panels. This was addressed under prior ownership by sanding the rust bubbles and touching up with paint (red does not fully match). I confirmed with previous owner that no metal was welded (note screenshot from him in Google Drive folder)

Note: This is a 28 year old track car, so the paint/body definitely show it. While it looks great from ~25 feet, up close you can see dings (some on hood and roof – can be PDRed and videos on Drive show condition), rock chips, and a few spots of delaminated clear coat (mostly mirrors and back bumper). Also, as a track-prepped car with a stripped interior, it is very firm, loud, and harsh. Given its age, the car is able to be registered and driven on the street, but this car is truly meant to be primarily used as a track car, so please keep that in mind.

Pre-purchase inspections welcome, etc.

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