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    Posted: 03-August-2005 at 10:39

A friend is thinking about buying one of these beasts which are apparently quite rare. He has heard of a white one for sale at the moment...anyone know of this car?...anyone know of another for sale?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03-August-2005 at 10:53

The hartge E36 V8?

I think there was one for sale on the Autotrader (or something similar). It was Boston Green and had been in a few magazines. This was 6 - 8 weeks ago now.....

I imagine it would be pretty similar to an Alpina B3 to drive

Were you enquiring as a buyer...... or a jealous friend?

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03-August-2005 at 11:00

Mister G...I am talking about an E30 M3 based vehicle which is called H36-24 and they were certainly never built in Boston green.

BTW...I never get jealous!...sometimes envious but never jealous!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03-August-2005 at 11:10

3) Hartge H36, based on the 2.3 l Euro M3 (only 6 made)
- 3.6 l E34 M5 modified engine, 330 PS.
- Hartge exhaust.
- Hartge sport suspension.
- Hartge 17" modular wheel/tyre set.
- Hartge special braking system.
- Hartge limited-slip differential.
- Hartge additional fuel tank 100 l.
- Hartge accessory pack.
Performance: 0-60 mph in 5.6 s, 0-1000 m in 24.9 s, top speed = 172 mph.
Cost in the UK in 1995: Ł28,814 GBP + VAT

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03-August-2005 at 11:22
Very Very Very RARE. Reputed to be only 6 made. On a recent visit to the German Night at The Ace Cafe (off A406 North Circular) a chap called Alan brought along his immaculate version....detailed in TotalBMW March 03!!

What a car!

What brakes were originally fitted to this car, were they off another model or car specific, anyone know?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03-August-2005 at 11:41
If this is the white one that has been for sale for a while, I advise you send a PM to a guy called c76jon who uses this forum regular, and ask his opinion, as he went to view the car (aka Hetty, John will reveal all!).
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 07:20

Thanks Simon, have spoken to John now and he has been quite helpful.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 07:27

Nostrils...I assume it was a red one that you say at Ace?...also I have checked on the brakes and they were a bespoke item at the time though Kevin at Hartge tells me that you're not missing much by not having them.

Mister G...u need a new source of info, these cars were all sold and gone by 1995 and am sure they cost a bit more than your stated price.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 07:37
Originally posted by M3Booboo M3Booboo wrote:

Nostrils...I assume it was a red one that you say at Ace?...also I have checked on the brakes and they were a bespoke item at the time though Kevin at Hartge tells me that you're not missing much by not having them.

Mister G...u need a new source of info, these cars were all sold and gone by 1995 and am sure they cost a bit more than your stated price.

I wonder if MisterG was quoting the price of the conversion ie the car was extra!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 07:57
...think you might be right PJSM3!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 09:19

Sorry for the confusion, you are right. That was the Hartge conversion charge (apparently)

I wouldn't mind a V10 conversion on my E36 M3... I wonder what that would cost!?!?!?! 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 11:24

I know a lady Wendy Lynham who is/was selling one of these - last i heard it was up at Kings Lynn with a specialist in M3's and Italian M3's

Chris ***** forgot his name for the moment - met him last at Goodwood Festival of Speed

It was an excellent car last time I seen it at cadwell park

 

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Waddersly was the name i believe "Wadders" to people who know him 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 11:43
So there's a red one and a white one. Anyone know the whereabouts  of the other four?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 14:18
Originally posted by texas2201 texas2201 wrote:

I know a lady Wendy Lynham who is/was selling
one of these - last i heard it was up at Kings Lynn with a specialist in M3's
and Italian M3's


Chris ***** forgot his name for the moment - met him last at
Goodwood Festival of Speed


It was an excellent car last time I seen it at cadwell park


 


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Wendy has now sold her white one but I understand it may have been
bought to sell on, so maybe it's still kicking around....
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 17:49
Originally posted by texas2201 texas2201 wrote:

Waddersly was the name i believe "Wadders" to
people who know him 


That'll be Chris Wadsley aka "Waddo" lol.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-August-2005 at 18:01
Pleased to hear that Wendy has sold the car, hope everybody was happy with the deal.

If Waddo has helped in this then fair play to him...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08-August-2005 at 10:56

...this was indeed Wendy's car as it originaly belonged to her husband who unfortunately passed away.

Thanks for all the info guys!

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