• ^^^what you did there, I see it and like it.

    This isn't quite the illest, but I can appreciate some of its details. And the flares wouldn't look as out of place with a better wheel and tire combo.

  • Blue plates can be transfered to a newer car only if theyre personalized plates,and or you can always order them online with your existing lic plate # in blue and yellow.As said before wont pass legal smog,but we all know a guy who knows a guy sooo 200$ later you have the smog.But then again there are plenty of states that dont require smog check,and if the car stays in california the seller is responsible to smog the car by law(lol).
    I like the flares to but maybe with different wheels.The muffler has to go,maybe replace it with some period correct Ansa or Remus single or dual mufflers,or even magnaflow has a couple of models that would sound good on a straight 6.
    As far as the price goes,its been for sale locally for 10k for almost a year now.
    Looking at the bids,3 bids at 10k is telling me that its more likely a shill bidding,but I could be wrong.Either way its an ambitious build but not my cup of tea.

  • ~ the flares are much too wide and have the look of someone's first foam-n-fiberglass experiment. the 323i rear subframe might have required added body width but wheel and tire choice is too 'boy racer', needs more tire or less wheel. when i detected airplane patches and hand-formed wheel lip edge-texture my immediate suspicion was concealed rust. and right where i most often see a 320i deteriorate. always a California car? i had a couple of these over a few years and aside from things such as brakes, shocks and struts, exhaust, alternator, injectors, which aren't [or weren't] big expensive changes the cars were dead-reliable. the seats look like Recaro or similar and comfortable.
    . on second review of the engine bay i see the simplest strut tower brace i've ever seen. i'd like to know the manufacturer.

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