In Reply to: Re: 1000 page M3 repair manual for sale...... posted by MPike on December 18, 2000 at 13:45:10:
Scanning it entirely to a CD-ROM requires permission to do so, unfortunately. I would have done it years ago...
Since this manual is NLA it sure would be nice if someone who had one would scan it to CDROM (take it to a copy shop and have them scan it to Adobe Acrobat) and sell us all a copy. Think about it. If this manual is worth $200, and you made 10 copies, selling them for $20 each, you would make your money back in no time.
I have an extra repair manual for sale. It covers all the e30 shape BMWs. Including the M3. I used mine for a complete strip and rebuild on my Euro '86. The one that I used was a photocopy from AllBmWParts. The one I'm selling here is the original manual. The photos are much clearer than a copy BUT it is slightly used. This manual tells you EVERYTHING, from changing a wheel to an engine rebuild.
Email me direct at [email protected] for more info & make me an offer!
Very hard to come by so be quick!