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Re: RHD the other guys have said... (archive)

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Posted by Derin on May 14, 2001 at 12:25:36:

In Reply to: RHD M3 posted by Guyver on May 14, 2001 at 05:45:22:

...Birds UK (in Uxbridge, Middlesex...not Surrey) did do some RHD conversions....there are some other decidedly dodgy conversions around apparently as well. Unfortunatley, as I understand the conversion requires the use of the 'standard' 325i steering assembling and hence loses some of the razor-sharp steering characteristics of the M3.....however, I have read somewhere that somehow some cars have the M3 assembly turned upside-down or something? (don't know how this is done....).

Nevertheless, I think it's fair to say that a RHD converted M3 is now a difficult commodity to sell even here in the UK. When I was looking for one I wouldn't have even considered one at any price....sorry Dibs...just my point of view.

Dont all flame me at once, but I want some questioned answered.

I live in the UK. Can anyone confirm whether any E30 M3's I,II,III were imported with Official RHD, or were there any conversions by Alpina/hartge etc to RHD.

Many Thanks

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