Yes I know it's not a Jeep, nor even close to a Jeep. Though I am trying to sell it to build another Jeep so....
1990 325iS Track/Street Car. Bronzit 5spd 2dr.
125K M20B25 Inline 6
Camco Performance Cam
Adjustable Cam Sprocket
10mm Plug Wires
Lowen Design Stage 3 Intake
Custom Mapped ECU Chip
DTM Exhaust System
New Timing Belt 4k ago
New Waterpump 4k ago
New Plugs/Wires 4k ago
Very Strong Motor
H&R Groupe A DTM Race Springs
Sparco Front Strutbrace
Hartge Rear Strutbrace
Alum. Rear Shockmounts w/Poly Bushings
Powerflex 2pc. Offset Control Arm Bushings
Powerflex Poly Bushings threw out
Zimmerman Crossdrilled Rotors
EBC Green Stuff Pads
Cool Blue Fluids
Stainless Brakelines Front and Rear
(has about 2 track days on them)
17"x7.5" BBS RK w/Yokohoma AVS ES100's
"iS" Front Lip Spoiler
EvoIII Rear Spoiler w/adjustable Gurnie Flap
Custom CF mirrors
Carbon Fiber Racing Seat
Custom 4pnt Rollcage
Lowen Design A-Pillar Gauge Pod
M-Tech Shift Knob
Short Shift Kit
Broadway Rearview Mirror
Car is VERY TIGHT and handles very well on the track. Very quick car as I can keep up with M3's pretty easy. I've only used the best parts I had available to me to build it. I have a set of heated sport seats (stock ones out of the car) to include with it as well as the rear leather seat as well. Makes a great street car that you can take to the track and auto-x on the weekends.
Needs a new front bumper. I hit a set of tires at Mid-Ohio and cracked the bumper and bent the lower metal valance. I've replaced the metal valance w/NEW, but have not found a bronzit replacement front bumper yet. "iS" lip is also brand new as well as the foglights. Brake calipers need new rubber bushings ($10 in parts) as they are worn out from track events. Besides that its a solid running track car.
1000's in mods. Good SCCA, SpecE30, or BMWCCA base. I have over $12K invested in this car. I'm negotiable on price depend on what you do/don't want with the car. Email for more info and additional pics.
:NOTE: Photo's show the rear sitting on e30 M3 springs. The H&R DTM springs are back in and rear sits about the same as the front. I swap them out when fitting a 16x10 in the rear at the track for clearance issues.
:NOTE: BBS RIMS ARE NOT INCLUDED! It currently is sitting on a set of black "basketweave" rims. If you want the BBS rim's we'll have to negotiate that (though I really don't want to sell them as they are no longer in production and are on another of my BMW's)
Car is located in Huntington, IN. Give me a call at 260.224.6098.