BMW E36 M3 (4 dr) - Colour change

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BMW E36 M3 (4 dr) - Colour change

Post by Kuvi-KnS_Customs » Sun Nov 26, 2017 2:55 pm

After many years of use and an initial colour change from Arctic Silver to Red, the owner of this M3 decided it was time to get her all freshened up and back to the original colour.

We began stripping the car and had all the trims taken off, doors, boot lid and bonnet removed, basically anything that could be stripped of the car, we removed. We also had to clean up many of the rubbers and trims which had been painted and messed with red during the previous paint job.

The insides of the doors, boot lid and bonnet were also painted back to silver. The engine bay was painted black during the initial colour change, which we left. We refurbed all the trimmings and finished them off in Satin black. New fogs lights and a new set kidney grills were also fitted.

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Re: BMW E36 M3 (4 dr) - Colour change

Post by Unobeat » Sun Dec 10, 2017 1:58 pm

Wow
Good job guys, silver looks good on the car.
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