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General Forum : OMG- Jeremy's e21 M3...a tribute...

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      - OMG- Jeremy's e21 M3...a tribute...
nsbone   Posted Sunday, Oct 1st 8:20pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 440
   
KL, Malaysia
e21 323/6 316, e34 520i, e32 730i
I feel very sad here, very very sad... it was very nice workmanship... Just like the redmist e21 M30 3.5L...

http://www.superbmw.com/schadee21/index.htm

Jeremy, if u read this, what happened? it was like head on a pole (power line) ?

sob...

sunbeam***   Posted Sunday, Oct 1st 10:46pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 194
   
wirral UK
1982 323i
Indeed, a very sad day for all in e21 land.
Hope you start the re-shell soon!

JJG323   Posted Sunday, Oct 1st 11:18pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 1271
   
Reading MA USA
1979 BMW 323i



JJG323   Posted Sunday, Oct 1st 11:20pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 1272
   
Reading MA USA
1979 BMW 323i


It looks like a total, but just walking away from a crash like that is good news. Thank God, no loss of life with an accident of that magintude. It looks like a telephone pole jumped in the road.

You can always rebuilt it with another car.

wilbryant   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 3:11am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
Member
Post nr. 56

GA
82 Baur 323, 95 M540
All I can say is WOW, thank God no one got hurt.

aussie323i   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 4:19am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
Member
Post nr. 530

australia
1979 323i
apparently it was a tree... very sad stuff indeed

Jeremy's other projects look promising though... 323i shell for the M3 engine and an Alpina B6

e21enthusiast   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 5:17am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 12
   
eugene,oregon
hennarot 320is,topasbraun metalic 323
this makes me sad glad to hear he was ok sucks to be the tree!

nsbone   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 8:44am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 441
   
KL, Malaysia
e21 323/6 316, e34 520i, e32 730i
see the engine pushed the firewall and dashboard... and look at the right hand side displaced strut ..




nsbone   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 8:47am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 442
   
KL, Malaysia
e21 323/6 316, e34 520i, e32 730i
This was mine 2-3 years ago... i was lucky too...




Rickysbmw320i   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 10:05am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 1

mn
83' 320i --> 83' e21
OMG! my heart fell to the floor! i loved that car! what a disappointment!

pjs323i   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 11:44am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 39
   
Canberra, Australia
'81 323i
Thank god that your safe and not hurt. A sad day for the e21 BMW fans...hope you bring her back to life!

redmist   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 7:23pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 973
   
NY USA
357i , 325i e30 turbo
I feel your pain, I was depressed for about two weeks. Best thing to do is take the good parts and have it towed away as soon as possible. Having to look at the wreck every day is just too awful.

davethedog   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 8:24pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 135
   
Northants, England
E21 320
I feel a bit sick

redmist   Posted Monday, Oct 2nd 11:11pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 974
   
NY USA
357i , 325i e30 turbo
I real testament to BMW though, as with my car the doors opened fine and the windsheild wasn't even cracked. The car absorbed the energy not the driver.

cnvkellogg   Posted Tuesday, Oct 3rd 7:42am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 47
   
Eugene, OR
78 320i
I think I will park my car for a day with the antenna at half mast in living memory.


pjs323i   Posted Tuesday, Oct 3rd 7:56am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 40
   
Canberra, Australia
'81 323i
we should all do that, in memory of the e21 M3...

Waferman   Posted Friday, Oct 6th 12:57am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 16

Oregon
78 320i, 83 320iS
Maybe next car he should put the US bumper on- he would have walked out with out a scratch!

cnvkellogg   Posted Friday, Oct 6th 4:47am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 49
   
Eugene, OR
78 320i
Yeah with those big USA bumpers the tree may have never hit the hood. I told my son he can take his bumpers off after he drives for a couple of years. Im sure he is going to hit something eventually. :0

ichiwan2   Posted Friday, Oct 6th 3:45pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 242
   
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
BMW320/6(e21)
I think it would be the other way around. The bumper would survive, but the car and driver probably won't.

sunbeam***   Posted Friday, Oct 6th 7:13pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 195
   
wirral UK
1982 323i
You've got to treat them trees with respect! i've seen cars completly torn apart by hitting a tree and its not even shaken a leaf from the tree...at most its scratched the bark off.
I dont think there is anything i would like to hit less than a tree.

jdench   Posted Friday, Oct 6th 10:29pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 108

Sussex, UK
1979 E21 323i, 1998 E36 323i touring
A police van wouldn't be good, but at least it moves, tree's don't, neither do telegraph posts.

melloh   Posted Friday, Oct 6th 11:51pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 425
   
California, USA (San Jose)
1980 320is, 1991 318is
If to aim for inanimate objects on/off the road, mail boxes, newspaper stands, and fire hydrants for the cool special effects (if to go out, then go out in style). Also of note, street lamps and some other 'permanent' fixtures are supposedly designed to collapse upon severe impact to take some of the force. I'm not sure our lightwieghts will do it unless you're really going berserker (in which case hey... even you know you deserve whatever fate dishes out).

nsbone   Posted Saturday, Oct 7th 5:01am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 444
   
KL, Malaysia
e21 323/6 316, e34 520i, e32 730i
Created by God! Tree trunk amazing strengh...






Marquis_Rex   Posted Saturday, Oct 7th 9:28am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 479
   
UK
BMW 323i 2.7-as featured in Total BMW Nov 2002,Porsche 911/993TT
I dropped in on Jerremy last weekend on the way back to Germany.
He's a decent and very clued up chap. I saw alot of the projects his garage is working on including the car in question [Which was totally stripped-engine out and which he'll totally rebuild!]
Rest assured he has some other interesting E21 projects in the pipeline and if everything goes according to plan, he may be totally rebuilding my own golden steed! We talked over the exact spec, and the advantage with him is he knows exactly what is possible and what can fit with what.
I mean that E21 M3 used a truncated 6 series semi-trailing arm/cross memeber set up with a Z3 M coupe rear diff!

Regarding the wrecked car- he told me it happened in the wet when he was over taking someone but had to then later lift off for a bend- the resulting Delta-engine torque/engine braking caused the rear end to snap out! This suprised me considering the 6 series tame 13 degree semi trailing arm angle- compard to our E21s massive 20 degrees or even the E30s 15 (Don't forget the E30 M3 Group A race cars had to REDUCE their trailing arm angle]

Oh, and it was a couple of trees that he hit



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