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  1. E46 Coupe Black interior pieces from M3 coupe - perfect for interior swap -

    Have most of the black interior pieces from a 2003 M3. Perfect if you're reupholstering and switching from grey to black. Zoomed Image Here sun visors 3rd brake light cover B pillars "oh-****" handle covers for handle delete on driver side light lenses above visors receiving hooks for visors...
  2. Undercarriage cover question

    ///M3 Forum
    So I broke this part today: At the price, I don't mind replacing it if necessary, but is it really? It covers part of the transmission and linkage, but that's made of sturdier stuff than the (obviously) cheap plastic protecting it. Does it really need to be...
  3. DIY - Fixing a cracked engine cover (?)

    DIY: Do It Yourself
    Okay guys so I had a look under my hood the other day and noticed that my plastic engine cover (is there a real name for this guy?) was cracked. So naturally I ran out to Home Depot and got some sticky stuff to fix it up all nice. Here goes. You can see the crack here where the oil cap screws...
  4. FS E46 M3 Style Front Bumper ABS Plastic Brand New~~~~>>

    Okay, so I decided to keep my stock bumper and just get an ACS lip. Therefore, I'm selling my brand new M3 style bumper. This is for an E46 NON-M 330ci prefacelift model. Best quality I've seen. Got it from, only place I could find that sold this bumper in actual plastic...
  5. BMW 04 325ci Window Trim Chrome or Plastic ?

    General E46 Forum
    Is the window trim on a 2004 BMW 325ci real chrome or plastic finished with chrome paint. Thanks
  6. WTB: ///M Style steerinh wheel trim

    I am looking for ///M Style steering wheel lower trim in any colour.
  7. Front Grill is FALLING OFF

    General E46 Forum
    I have a 2001 330i. it is my second 3 series car, and I have also had a Porsche, Saab, Acura, Volvo, etc...I love the way the bimmer drives, but little stuff is breaking right and left. I am really struggling with these little issues. I will not take it to the dealer, they rarely fix the problem...