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the camber is a bit extreme on that car, it looks cool, but i feel like the tires would melt away pretty quickly not being flush with the road...

love e30 M3 though! :beer:
 

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Personally I think its one of the more tasteful cars to come out of the "flush" movement, but something about doing it to an E30 M3 rubs me the wrong way.
Looks amazing, but it would be quite the shame to not be able to thrash an E30 M3 the way it's supposed to be driven, on any given notice. That setup doesn't allow for anything but cruising, IMHO.
 

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Wheels 2" too big. Stupidly low to the point of being undrivable except for cruising and looking cool to girl pants-wearing VW scenesters. Pass.
 

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The license plate -FPURISTS- says it all.

PURISTS are the people who appreciate the car for the motorsports heritage and would not hesitate use/show it off for what it is capable of: tearing ass of a track or nice road. Function over fashion, yes please.

The "other crowd" are prolly running out of cars & scenes to leg hump (stance & put on internetz). Seems they try to do anything that will cause a buzz and ruffle feathers. Stance a E30 M3, miata, civic si, rusty trailer, school bus, dump truck, etc. Fashion over function, vomit (9 times out of 10).

Sure it looks 'pretty' on the web. But if other people owned it, I'm sure it would have a more function-oriented setup. The car in it's current form was built for scenesters to nut-swing from.
 
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