Note the Evo III brake ducts, Euro style tow hook covers, as well as the Evo III rubber hood seals.
Judging by the lips over the headlights, those look
like Evo III side grills. Markus has painted the center grill surround in black (or maybe removed the chrome).
Some folks don't care for this because it is non-traditional, but I sort of like the way it looks.
The headlight wipers are neat. I am not sure if these were ever offered by the factory on an E30 M3 or if they were
added. Markus has installed Gp A/DTM style "low-drag" mirrors. These look great but might compromise visibility a bit.
The car sports clear turn signal lenses. I like these and have them installed on my own car. The bright orange
factory lenses are just a little too 80's looking in my opinion.
The rest of the car can be made to look quite contemporary with the right wheels installed.
Speaking of wheels, Markus follows the German trend of having the wheels stick out just a little past
the fenders. In the U.S. this is not something one associates with a German car. I personally think and E30 M3
looks best the way nature intended it - like a Touring Car with 18" wheels stuffed up under the fenders 8^)