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    Vorsteiner widebody E93 M3 convertible in process

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    how long does the process take and where do you need to take your car to do that lol.,, 25k
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    how long does the process take and where do you need to take your car to do that lol.,, 25k
    6 weeks I believe and no doubt $25k is a big chunk of change.

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    so wiiiidddeeee
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    I just swapped out his Dinan springs for his OEM one last week due to the wheels hitting the rear fenders. This body work was done at the dealer I work at.

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    Click here to enlargeI'm on the bottom right lol

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    Click here to enlarge Car looks good, the body work is top notch. One guy did all the body work and one other did the paint work.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DLV-Engineering Click here to enlarge
    I just swapped out his Dinan springs for his OEM one last week due to the wheels hitting the rear fenders. This body work was done at the dealer I work at.

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    Click here to enlargeI'm on the bottom right lol

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    Click here to enlarge Car looks good, the body work is top notch. One guy did all the body work and one other did the paint work.
    looks great on a cab, i think the black color tones it down abit compared to the other matte e9x's running the widebody. Looks great though
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DLV-Engineering Click here to enlarge
    I just swapped out his Dinan springs for his OEM one last week due to the wheels hitting the rear fenders. This body work was done at the dealer I work at.

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    Click here to enlargeI'm on the bottom right lol

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    Click here to enlarge Car looks good, the body work is top notch. One guy did all the body work and one other did the paint work.
    Wondering why you didn't post this in a separate thread in the 1 series section?

    Your body work looks pretty good, who did this? We need more pics.

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    Poor M3, not a fan. I think they look great with proper suspension and wheel setup without tearing up the car!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Wondering why you didn't post this in a separate thread in the 1 series section?

    Your body work looks pretty good, who did this? We need more pics.
    1 series?

    Thanks, two guys did all the work, ironically both their names are George! I didn't take many pics of it. I suspect he will be back for us to install coil overs.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by A4RingedONE8T Click here to enlarge
    Poor M3, not a fan. I think they look great with proper suspension and wheel setup without tearing up the car!
    Yea not my fav either, but the work was top notch.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DLV-Engineering Click here to enlarge
    1 series?
    My bad, don't know what I was thinking there. Maybe of another post or something.

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    Wow, looks great but that is alotta cash for just a wider body. Please tell me there is some sort of a S/C on that bad boy.

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