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BMW E36 Wallpapers

8th April 2008

BMW E36 Wallpapers

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Hello, Today’s post is contributed by our friend Paul. He sent me yesterday some photos that he thought will be cool and asked me to check them out. When I did I thought they’re going to look great especially as wallpapers. Take a look at them. I particularly like the 6th one which gives you a feeling that you’re still inside your BMW E36. Even if you’re actually at work. Don’t you just love that feeling?




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  1. 1 On April 10th, 2008, allofme said:

    What is that model called? I have the same car in a convertible. I’ve been lurking around several forums trying to figure what this model is called. It has the ///M badge on the side panel and the front and rear fenders/bumpers appear to be the same as the M3. I know it’s not an M3, but what package came with all the M series spoilers/ground effects? Oh, and I believe mine also has some upgraded seats…


  2. 2 On April 10th, 2008, Tony Sticks said:


    These cars are just stock BMW E36 cars and they’re modified by their owners to make them look like M3’s. You can make your car look like this by installing:

    1. M3 bodykit
    2. M3 mirrors
    3. M3 badges to make it look cool.
    4. Maybe replace your rims.

    Take a look at my car. It’s a BMW E36 318is.

  3. 3 On April 15th, 2008, mparallel said:


    There is no such thing as M3 parts. It’s all called M-Tech accessoires by BMW and most of them are available as retrofit parts.

    I wouldn’t put any M3 badging on non M3 cars. But everything else you can fit and you can’t be called an M3 wannabee, because you are not.

    And btw, the M-Tech bodykit was an original factory option on all e36’s, called “M Aerodynamic”.

  4. 4 On April 15th, 2008, Tony Sticks said:

    Thanks mparallel for the great info.