Adnan M. "95' E36 BMW 325i"
Big Ups massive to Gripsets Goonk Vilaivanh, going ham on this weeks coverage! Fresh pics and fresh video footage of one sexy E36 Chassis. We see these gems here and there but rarely as clean or preserved as this weeks eye candy. Hypothetically if you happen to run into one on urban streets, the styling is usually a bit more flagrant, and the man behind the wheel is usually itching to show you his car goes vrooom ( at least in CA area - what a stereotype! right? Sorry ). In a perfect world we would be dead wrong! So we can't blame one bad apple for spoiling the bunch, because in a true BMW enthusiasts setting all what I previously mentioned would be quite the opposite. Adnans car is proof. It's simple, it's clean, it's classic. IT'S WHOLESOME. It takes a lot more than what some may think, to retain dedication and build a car to glory. Some people scratch the surface, others get their feet wet, many others play the game for attention, and it shows in the presented product. Adnan and others like him no matter the vehicle platform are sticky notes for the future. These style builds is why we're here after all
I'm the kind of guy that loves working on my own car and helping friends as well.
I love going to meets and car shows to meet new people and just enjoy cars, and hear people's stories. I was always a big fan of an E36 BMW ever since I was a little kid, when they first came out in 1992. When I started driving I told myself I want a E36 4door in alpine 3 color. One day, finally, I came across this E36 witch I own and I'm in love with. So about year and half ago I picked up this 325i BMW bone stock, car had few problems that need to be fixed to run good. So as soon as I got the car I started fixing things on it like; exterior needed love, paint looked sun dried - no shine to it at all, after many days of polishing it finally it started looking like it should be. I like a simple clean look on cars, so I din't go with nothing crazy I wanted it to look original.
And here is the Offical Video Coverage of Adnan BMW via our Gripset Photographer Goonk Vilaivanh. Check it out!