This page is in memory of my old E30 325is.1988 325isEuro (Canadian) Spec5 speed manual transmission with 3.73 rear differential15" Borbet Type-C Wheels wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza S-O3'sH&R Cup Kit lowered the car 2" and stiffened up the ride quite a bitI have sold this car. I am sad to see it go, but I didn't really have an option. The car was involved in an accident, and the car was declared totalled by my insurance company. They wouldn't give me enough money to fix it, or enough to find a fair replacement, so I did what I had to do. One of my teachers is a BMW enthusiast, so he decided to buy it, and is going to fix it himself this summer.This is what the car looked like after the accident. The things that would need replacing are: passenger door, right rear 1/4 panel, B-pilar, rocker panel, have the frame pulled a little, and then get it repainted. It was estimated to be around $4000, not including paint. That would be for used parts and everything, and insurance gave me less then half of that.My next car, I am either going to get:- 89-91 318is - engine swap with an S50, turbo that down the line if I can afford itor- 89-91 325is - turboLeave me a comment in my guestbook if you have any ideas on what I should do next.These were taken at Bremerton Raceway at the IRDC Playday in November of 2003. That is me getting ready to race in the first picture, and racing in the second.This was taken in the forest by Snoqualmie Pass on the weekend that I bought the car. Went for a drive with my brother, and thought that this looked like a cool place to take some pictures.This is on the roof of North Gate North, and just a cool picture with the sun getting close to setting in the backround.This is just cool, showing how the lights look differently after the sun has gone down, as well as having new fog lights and new headlight bulbs.Just a few more pictures showing off the headlights and foglights. They make a big difference.