1990 BMW E30 with 260,000 miles, including most recent use as a NASA racing car.
LS2 with a T56 from a Corvette donor. Custom driveshaft, motor mounts, long tube headers, full 3" oval exhaust.
Every panel was sanded down, primed, wet sanded, and prepped for vinyl wrap. Any imperfections were fixed.
Every inch of the interior has been refurbished. We converted the aging tan interior to black and grey, including new Sparco seats, steering wheel, center console, door pieces, & sourcing a complete back seat.
As with most BMW E30s, the dash was severely cracked so we addressed that when renewing the carpet, panels, and other interior pieces.
Since this is a daily driver, we upgraded the front and rear package tray speakers along with the installation of a new stereo to provide modern audio output.
A modern BMW needs modern lights. Front housings are new and beams were converted to HID, all interior lamps and rear taillights are now using LED.
One of the biggest changes was the move to a Fortune Auto coil over suspension to provide a more balanced ride given the LS2.
We ditched the 4 lug spindles and upgraded everything to E36 5 lug front and rear as well as brand new upgraded brakes, lines, and associated parts.