Sorry for the lack of post. My work schedule have been madness and barely have time to do other things.
As busy as things are with me, I just had to take time and post this. When I was still active in the BMW scene, I’ve met Paul who hit me up wanting to buy some of my old parts from my E36. He turned out to be a real cool guy and really have much passion for his E36. I caught him at one of the Cars and Coffee meet here in Irvine one time when he brought out his E36 rolling on a set of sick BBS RS.
Then later on, he continued to work on the car and gave it a complete repaint. One of my favorite color for the E36 – British Racing Green which is a factory color for the limited GT edition.
He got a hold of a set of GT2 seats for it to spruce up the interior a bit.
I posted this back in April 2008 here
This car was epic in my eyes. I dig how Paul hooked it up and kept in clean. He thought of selling it once but decided to keep it. I don’t blame him and I totally can relate.
A quote from Paul’s blog..
Yesterday a distracted driver barreled down my neighborhood and slammed into my parked car, consequently totaling it. I am fortunate that I was not in the car and no one was injured but I won’t lie to myself and say that I was not at loss for words. Goodbye to a project that I loved and enjoyed for the last four years…
Ahh, I can’t believe it. It hurt looking at this picture. I almost felt that my own E36 was the one who got hit.
Paul, keep it up my friend, I can’t wait to see what you build next. Hit me up when you can!