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FS: 2 Pristine BMW 325is

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    #16
    That's not a killer deal by any means. A Hartge and Alpina E30 each sold for less than what he's asking only a year or 2 ago. They are pretty though.
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      #17
      Originally posted by herbivor View Post
      That's not a killer deal by any means. A Hartge and Alpina E30 each sold for less than what he's asking only a year or 2 ago. They are pretty though.
      True, but the market for these cars has changed dramatically in the last 2-3 years. Sky high demand and very few for sale at any price.
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        #18
        Originally posted by richardb View Post
        True, but the market for these cars has changed dramatically in the last 2-3 years. Sky high demand and very few for sale at any price.
        That really depends on where you live. There's always some for sale in SOCAL.

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          #19
          These prices are good, when you consider you can't even buy a used Prius with that kind of mileage for that price.
          R135 /// 1990 Alpinweiß II 325is
          └┼┼┘ /// 1993 Black/Black Convertible (sold)
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            #20
            Wow, these cars are NICE!!!

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              #21
              Very nice rides man!! They will only continue to rise up and up in price as they are harder and harder to find unmolested. Getting ready to list my 325is with low mileage :mrgreen:

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                #22
                I am local and was prepared to buy one, maybe both on Sat. but he has sold them both, apparently.

                I had cash and was ready. Damn, need to be quicker on the draw!

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                  #23
                  http://enthusiastauto.com -- this is who bought both the cars. he's gonna try and resell.. currently on his website he has a 87 325is with 25k miles for $29,999!!!

                  I just don't see people paying this for a non m e30….

                  thoughts guys?

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by mtechadam View Post
                    http://enthusiastauto.com -- this is who bought both the cars. he's gonna try and resell.. currently on his website he has a 87 325is with 25k miles for $29,999!!!

                    I just don't see people paying this for a non m e30….

                    thoughts guys?
                    No chance, at that age you'll still need to replace pretty much all of the rubber on the car, not to mention brake lines, fuel lines, fuel filter and pump, etc.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by dishwab View Post
                      No chance, at that age you'll still need to replace pretty much all of the rubber on the car, not to mention brake lines, fuel lines, fuel filter and pump, etc.
                      The crazy thing is EAG frequently gets their asking price. They have no qualms holding onto cars for the long-term for the right buyer. Their E30 M3s typically fetch uppers $40s, low $50s.
                      Feedback: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=254176

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                        #26
                        And remember boys and girls, every time someone gets moon-shot money for their E30. It makes yours and mine worth more ;)

                        Enjoy :)
                        93 E30 325ic BrilliantRot M20B25 TCD S2+ GS637BZ CT3582R MS2


                        Bought from or sold to me?
                        http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=200290

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