Harrys garage 2003 BMW M3 CSL review

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    just watching Harrys garage video on YouTube where he tested the 2003 BMW M3 CSL that has had a manual box conversion and a motorsport diff fitted and he was loving it

    as normal the video was interrupted by adverts and one of the adverts was for the new BMW M3 and M4 and the whole time the mouse was hovering over the skip add button to get rid of the advert for the new M cars and go back 18 years to watch a video about a proper BMW M car



    a good condition M3 CSL with low miles would probably cost about the same as a new M3 so not bad for an eighteen year old car
     
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    Loved that video
     
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    A proper analogue car as Harry would say. Great and understandable conversion.
     
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    Very nice - lovely soundtrack!

    One of my former colleagues had a M3 CSL in silver, which he purchased for about £25k 7 years ago. Identical to the one in the video, apart from it having the semi automatic transmission. He did say that it was a bargain price at the time, and is now probably worth nearly 3 times what he paid. So a great investment. He used it for regular track days, as well as a fun commuter in the summer months.
     

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