Tokyo Auto-Otaku 2017: Hardcore Tokyo Fresh Meet-///Midnight Special

Figuring that since this blog was first created to chronicle my misadventures pertaining to BMW E36 ownership, i thought it would be fair to give this E36 M3 i spotted at the meet its very own post. Wearing a full fat Sarto Racing/Rocket Bunny kit finished in Laguna Seca blue, what i initially thought was an exercise with wild aesthetic add-ons turned out to be an even more interesting car upon closer inspection. 

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Big wide Rocket Bunny fenders wrapping around equally wide rubber.

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Gone is the E36 M3 front bumper in order to fit the Sarto Racing/Rocket Bunny front lip add ons. I still find it a rather strange decision to have gone ahead with the kit design based on the stock front bumper instead of the M3 version. Though i think some more adventurous and talented owners have gone ahead and did some modifications to make it fit with the M front.

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Have you ever seen wheels this wide on a street legal E36? Having missed out on the years this RB kit was displayed at TAS, neither have i.

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With the bonnet open and on full display, it could only mean something special was resting inside. Check out that big Turbo and custom intake manifold strapped to the S50!

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And if there are still any doubts of this car’s potential, i spotted a rather infamous sticker on the dashboard. 

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