THE AMAZING BMW E30 3-Door R2R 6-piece body kit, as seen on international custom car TV series, is now exclusively available through my friends at THE SPEED FACTORY.
For a limited time only this kit is available for an introductory price of £1995 instead of the £2200 RRP.
This E30 was re-imagined for an international custom car series, designed as a fast road car with race elements and mad max inspired styling. A Dystopian creation which looks like it belongs in a sci-fi movie or a computer game. This is were the E30 R2R kit was born! The whole idea behind this kit was to make the car wider and enhance it’s original, beautiful, lines. Taking inspiration from the 1972 BMW 3.0 CSL Touring Car and therefore giving this custom E30 a nod to it’s race heritage.
This excellent quality kit is made right here in the UK by a company that has over 40 years experience in the fibreglassing trade. Unlike many other suppliers out there, this kit has been made using only the best materials with no bubbles or cracks trapped between the gel coat and glass – which then appear over time.
The kit comes in a gloss grey gel coat and consists of the following items:
2 x 100mm wider front replacement wings,
1 x wider lipped front bumper that flows into the wider front wings,
2 x step style wide sideskirts that also incorporate the 100mm wider rear over-fenders,
1 x rear bumper,
The rear boot spoiler as seen in the images will be available at a later date. If you would like to pre-order this item then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please allow at least 4 weeks for your kit to arrive once ordered – as all kits are made to order.
Also get in touch with The Speed Factory if you are overseas as they can also deliver internationally. International delivery would take slightly longer for shipping.
The Speed Factory also offers a full fitting and spraying service through their sister company Fat Fender for UK customers only. If you would like a quotation please contact FAT FENDER directly on 01772 601798.
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A big thanks to Chris Frosin for his incredible images, check out his site www.chrisfrosin.co.uk