It's a great place to be. I don't need to sell it so I'm not going to give it away.
And when you put 4 new tires on the price goes up. If you don't like it because you want to get a car with $7k in parts on it in addition to he car for $5k that's ok.
I drove my brother's. He has a 95 m3. It was nice. Not necessarily nicer, just different.
I agree on the speed of the Toyota but the brakes and handling are very good on the m3.
My car won't sell though. I realize that. But its for sale in case someone has the cash.
This car would drive to NY with no issues.
as far as HP figures go.
I have dynod this car (with the old chip and smaller turbo hotside) on a Mustang dyno and I got 262 wheel.
the stupid part was that they forced me to dyno in all wheel drive mode for the dyno because they didnt want to back my car onto the dyno. They told me it should have read about 5% higher so that would have been over 270 wheel.
It makes what it makes though. I have a dyno that says 262 wheel HP.
I have since upgraded the chip and turbo hotside.
The biggest issues this car has is the paint is going south and now the AC needs a recharge.
otherwise its pretty nice.
The brakes are 11.3" 96 and up VR6. So any 15" or bigger wheel/tire combo will work.
I have had many offers for $5500. I know money is hard to come by, so I figured I would offer another option that may put the car into reach for people that just couldnt come up with more.
This is a hell of a deal for $5700. swap is done and has been great for years. I had this setup in my surf green golf for years. I dont drive much (maybe 7k or less/year)
I just want something a bit different. Ive been in a mk3 forever.