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Project BMW 135i Coupe - Double Take
We continue along with our project 135i, despite a few setbacks.
Greg EmmersonSep 1, 2009
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW Z4 M - Part 6
Project BMW Z4 M & Project Porsche Cayman X51
Doug NeilsonApr 1, 2009
SuperStreetOnline
SuperStreetOnline Magazine
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Project 1993 BMW 325i
Check out the latest updates on Project 1993 BMW 325i.
James TateJul 1, 2008
BMW 3 Series E46 > M3 - Project Car
Part 6: Pipe Down, Charge Up, Go Around, Cover Up
Les BidrawnJun 1, 2007
BMW M3 - Version M3.2 - Project
Read this article about a BMW M3 which was bought used and customized for street and track.
Jason MulroneyMay 29, 2007
European Car
European Car Magazine
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BMW E36 M3 - Project Car
Read this article on project car BMW E36 > M3 featuring 465 whp, VDP oil cooler kit, EMP Stewar Components water pump, Rogue Engineering cover and more
Pablo MazlumianApr 4, 2007
European Car
European Car Magazine
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BMW E46 M3 & E63 645i - Project Cars
Men Playing 'Cars'
Les BidrawnMar 1, 2007
European Car
European Car Magazine
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BMW M3 E46 - StopTech Brake Upgrade
Ever play Cars? Although there are no real guidelines, playing Cars has a few unspoken rules.
Les BidrawnFeb 7, 2007
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW E36 M3 - Part 27
I'm in love with this car all over again.My apologies for those awaiting an update on Project M3 the past several months, but we had to overcome some serious hurdles throughout 2004 and 2005. I am pleased to report that all is now well.
Pablo MazlumianDec 21, 2006
Project BMW E46 M3 - The Beginning
More than six years ago I was fortunate enough to be one of the first journalists to drive the new generation E46 M3. The previous E36 M3 was perhaps the most balanced and inspiring car in the world; I thought BMW could never better it. I thought wrong.
Aug 3, 2006
2005 BMW 645i - Project Car
We introduce this 2005 BMW 645i as the latest project car in the European Car stable.
Apr 18, 2006
Junkyard Greyhound - Aka 1974 BMW 3.0 CSi
Envisioning a finished project
Dan ErwinApr 1, 2005
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW M3: Part 23
To recap from Parts 21 and 22, the M3 went in for a fresh cylinder head, and instead it ended up with a whole bunch of problems that left the car in the shop for months. To make a long story short, the head stud threads were pulling out of the block when butto
Pablo MazlumianSep 15, 2004
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW M3: Part 22
It was a darn shame to have pulled the cylinder head off only to discover that the problems were coming mostly from a pinched oil feed line to the turbo. However, some new findings revealed that I should be happy I'd replaced it with my original motor's 3.0L h
Pablo MazlumianMay 7, 2004
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW M3: Part 20
Over the last couple of months swapping back the old cylinder head from the blown 3.0L motor has been of primary concern (see european car 06/02). After evosport pulled the 3.0's cylinder head, we discovered it was simply a broken copper head gasket--the cylin
Pablo MazlumianMar 9, 2004
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW 325is Part 6: Light Flywheel, clutch and shifer
The first time I took Project 325 to the drag strip for testing, launching was impossible. With a stock engine, 90-degree weather and 235/40-17 ContiSportContact 2 tires, I could leave the line at 3500 rpm and bog to 2400, or I could leave at 3800 and watch th
Dan BarnesFeb 26, 2004
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW M3: Part 21
With the amount of track and performance testing Project M3 has undergone, it's safe to say I've tested its limits to a greater degree than most other owners of AA Turbo-equipped M3s. I'm now on the second engine block, fourth cylinder head, second turbo, thir
Pablo MazlumianFeb 18, 2004
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW 325is Part 7: VDO gauge console from BMP Design
When at the dragstrip for testing, trying to determine whether Project 325 had cooled down for another quarter-mile run, I decided I needed some gauges. Real gauges, with real numbers on them. An idiot light and a blue zone followed by a red zone indicating a
Dan BarnesFeb 18, 2004
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project BMW 325is Part 5: The Driver Interface
Having a car fit me properly is very important: I always feel like I'm trying to run in wrong-size shoes if it doesn't. Project 325 was never quite right. The factory power seats didn't offer much lateral support for the track driving I plan to do. Furthermore
Dan BarnesOct 11, 2003
European Car
European Car Magazine
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Project 325is Part: 4
Suspension is the most important part of a car. Engines and brakes are comparatively less critical, because suspension does its work, defining the driving experience, whenever the car is in motion, whether driving to the grocery store, commuting on the freeway
Dan BarnesSep 3, 2003
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