BMW 3 Series Enthusiast's Companion

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Bentley Publishers, 2001 - Transportation - 365 pages
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Walton chronologically explores the series, with details on every 3 Series platform, including the E21, E30, E36, and E46. The engineering of each platform is described and evaluated. The book also features coverage of the M3, both as it performs on the street and on the race track. Guidance on iden

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BMW rules the road!!!: This book has tons of great info which merits 5 easy stars. BUT, if the editor had done a little better job with lining up the material and not constantly repeating some of the facts it could have been even better Read full review

Contents

Munichs Baby Bestseller The hits and some US misses of the BMW 3 Series story
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Tracing the Path to the 3 Series BMW Company history reads like a summary of twentiethcentury worldwide warfare where survival was a major triu...
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An Adult Saloon The 3 Series matured in commercial appeal far beyond anything that the 02 line could have achieved
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An experienced motoring journalist and former racing driver (mostly in the sedan classes), Walton has worked as a staffer for" Motor Sport, Motoring News, "and "Cars & Car Conversions." Jeremy currently writes "The English Patient" column," "and has written several feature articles fo"r Roundel, "the magazine of the BMW Car Club of America.

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