We’ve been eulogizing a lot of cars lately and while it’s painful for us to look at these wrecked machines – let alone write about them – we just can’t help ourselves. A car crash, especially of the supercar variety, is about as big a news to us as space exploration is to NASA.

That being said, this latest car crash we’ve unearthed involves a mint green – and finely-tuned up - BMW E36 M3 that was the pride and joy of the owner (his name is Paul, so we’ve been told). In fact, Paul loved it so much that he spent nearly four years working on it and making it look like as attention-grabbing as any BMW E36 we’ve seen in recent times.

But as is the case with most car crashes, Paul’s BMW E36 ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time after a distracted driver lost control of his car and plowed into the back of the E36, leaving the car’s rear end in a total state of shambles.

We feel really bad for Paul. We really do. But if there’s any consolation, we really give you a ton of props for what you did with your car – that is until someone decided to give it a facelift it never needed.

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Source: Jon Sibal

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8 comments:

  (502) posted on 06.10.2011

Driver’s fault once again.. Well, its nice to know that no fatal incident happen to the driver. He is still lucky! I wonder if he is too excited!

  (444) posted on 02.24.2011

Does anybody find it odd that they would disguise the bodywork, but still put an M3 badge on the back? Not to mention, the badge looks kinda fake.

  (630) posted on 02.24.2011

looks very good - much nicer than the standard 3 series. i wonder how it will compete against the current RS4 sedan, which is stopping production in a couple months

  (1) posted on 04.2.2010

First of all, rogermanalac, the tag does NOT mean Drift Punk. any of you kiddos ever hear of Daft Punk? and, IIRC, the car was parked in front of his house one a residential street with a very low speed limit. the driver at fault was obviously driving at least double or even triple the posted speed limit. try to think a little before you comment. smiley

  (780) posted on 03.28.2010

Drift Punk is crashed from the back. Lol. Anyways, it’s not like its not repairable, the only few question is that if the distracted driver has the money to pay for the repairs of this car. If that was my car and I spent 4 years taking care of it, I probably put it in a garage and not just in front of the driveway.

  (379) posted on 03.1.2010

Four years? Wow, that surely was a heart breaker for him. I do hope that the distracted driver pays up for the repairs of the car and I hope that it gets repaired to it’s best potential.

  (515) posted on 03.1.2010

dang.... what are you thinking dude? im so sorry for your m3, I hope its insured.

  (1333) posted on 02.28.2010

dang.. that was very painful to the owner, but good thing that nothing bad happened to the car owner.

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