Hello. I've been in the 2002 world for a little over a year (inadvertently found a '72 tii) , had recently built an e46m3 wagon that's a little over the top, had been thinking about shelling the whole lot and building a simple 2002 hot-rod- because I cannot leave well enough alone. During the process of selling everything I came across a unique car; a complete e30m3 shoe-horned into a '76 2002 chassis- cruise, AC, ABS, subframes, suspension, 265, diff, brakes, all of it, to the point of being smog legal in California. It needs to be finished (interior, exterior- the mechanicals are really close) but I feel they went a little too far trying to make it an m3 instead of taking the best parts of both cars- to me, the simplicity of the 2002 with the chassis/handling/engine of the m3. So as the process starts I'll be removing some of the systems (AC, ABS, emissions) to simplify the car, remove some other things to lighten the car, add some things to lighten the car, sort the suspension, get it running well and decide if it needs more or if it's fine the way it is... Thanks much. Dave.