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Re: Non-e36 M3s okay but will have to wait (archive)

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Posted by ///Alf on September 12, 2000 at 18:44:26:

In Reply to: I'd like to give this a shot! posted by //AAndy on September 12, 2000 at 14:48:10:

A lot of people have been asking me if they can bring non-BMWs or non-e36 m3s. That's okay as long as you understand that this is an E36 M3 dyno day, not a BMW dyno day, we can do one of those some other time......everything else will have to wait til the end. That means that if you show up early with your "other" car, you'll be placed last unless an e36 M3 owner lets you go first....even if the M3 shows up later in the day.

/alf/

Acutally, given my M3 is basically stock, and accounting for OBD2 issues...I'd really be interested in bringing my '72 2002tii. Is this a M3 only event, or is that doable?

Andy -- '97 M3, '72 2002 tii





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