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WTB: Mint '89 325is - cash in hand

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    #46
    How about this one? Looks pretty sharp to me:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1988-BMW-3-...1:pf:0&vxp=mtr

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      #47
      Originally posted by Uber///m3 View Post
      How about this one? Looks pretty sharp to me:

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/1988-BMW-3-...1:pf:0&vxp=mtr
      Its a '88 with a bumper swap. I am still looking out for an '89
      e30sport.net
      '15 Porsche GT3 - 7-speed PDK - Daily Driver
      '86 325es - s54b32tu - 6-speed - Mtech 1
      '89 325is - m20b25 - 5-speed - Individual

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        #48
        Originally posted by fnvoirin View Post
        Ok, I'm going to regret this, don't know if you'd be interested in my car. 1989 BMW 325is cirrusblau metallic 93061 miles, a true IS with LSD. It's bone stock besides the Stagg shocks, Vogland springs, and 16" wheels. It has all the original body panels, crack free dash, perfect leather seats, and map light rear view mirror. It also comes with BMW first aid kit and BMW hazard triangle. It's always been a Texas car, not sure if it's a European delivery car. It consists side skirt and BBS rear spoiler....
        Wow that is a very unique car there. Cirrusblau was not one of the colors offered on the USA spec 325is, but was available on Euro and Australian sport models so it may very well was a Euro delivery car.

        The sideskirts look to be the OEM ones that came on some of the Euro and Australian E30s, then later were part of the Sport Package option for the '91 325i in the USA (often but incorrectly referred to here as "IS Sideskirts"). And Euro cars came with the Hazard Triangle kit but not with the USA cars.

        That car is fantastic ! I've never seen one like it until now. Gorgeous.
        Randy Walters

        88 325is (w/89 bumpers, recently sold)
        89 325is (Broadsided long ago RIP)
        96 328is (Weekend fun car)
        03 530i Sport (current daily driver)
        05 X3 (little woman's car)
        Driving Instructor BMW CCA L.A. & S.D. Chapters
        Multiple L.A. & S.D. Region SCCA Autocross Championships

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          #49
          Originally posted by BeirBrennerE30 View Post
          Its a '88 with a bumper swap. I am still looking out for an '89
          That red '88 is really nice !

          FYI - When my immaculate white '89 325is got totalled (broadsided) i bought a white '88 325is and transferred the '89's plastic bumpers onto the '88. Aside from the different bumpers, there is no other difference that i could find between an '88 and '89 325is. Shouldn't be a deal breaker for that red '88.
          Randy Walters

          88 325is (w/89 bumpers, recently sold)
          89 325is (Broadsided long ago RIP)
          96 328is (Weekend fun car)
          03 530i Sport (current daily driver)
          05 X3 (little woman's car)
          Driving Instructor BMW CCA L.A. & S.D. Chapters
          Multiple L.A. & S.D. Region SCCA Autocross Championships

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            #50
            Originally posted by randywalters View Post
            Wow that is a very unique car there. Cirrusblau was not one of the colors offered on the USA spec 325is, but was available on Euro and Australian sport models so it may very well was a Euro delivery car.

            The sideskirts look to be the OEM ones that came on some of the Euro and Australian E30s, then later were part of the Sport Package option for the '91 325i in the USA (often but incorrectly referred to here as "IS Sideskirts"). And Euro cars came with the Hazard Triangle kit but not with the USA cars.

            That car is fantastic ! I've never seen one like it until now. Gorgeous.


            Agree, that is nice looking car.


            Ran the VIN. Looks like an "i" ordered with sport options.






            VINWBAAA1302K4144791
            Prod. Date 1988-09-30
            Check mileagehttp://www.auto-records.com
            Type325I (USA)
            SeriesE30 (3 Series)Body TypeLIM
            Steering LHD
            Engine M20
            Displacemen t2.50Power125kw /170hp
            Drive HECK
            Transmission Manual
            Colour CIRRUSBLAU METALLIC (189)
            Upholstery (0293)
            options
            S209ADifferential lock
            25S226ASports suspension settings
            S281ABMW LA wheel chromeplatedround spoke
            S324AFront and rear spoiler
            S401ALiftupandslideback sunroof electric
            S410AWindow lifts electric frontS481A
            Sports seat
            S530AAir conditioning
            S540ACruise control
            S551AOnboard computer II with remote control
            S562AReading light
            S675ASound System
            S708AM sports steering wheel leather
            S835TOURISTENAUSFUEHRUNG
            S841ADummySALAPA
            1991 318iC
            1989 325i Field Rescue

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              #51
              Originally posted by Poorhouse View Post
              Agree, that is nice looking car.


              Ran the VIN. Looks like an "i" ordered with sport options.
              I think all 325is show up like that during decode. My former 325is shows up with the exact some build out just with different exterior color.
              e30sport.net
              '15 Porsche GT3 - 7-speed PDK - Daily Driver
              '86 325es - s54b32tu - 6-speed - Mtech 1
              '89 325is - m20b25 - 5-speed - Individual

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                #52
                Originally posted by randywalters View Post
                That red '88 is really nice !

                FYI - When my immaculate white '89 325is got totalled (broadsided) i bought a white '88 325is and transferred the '89's plastic bumpers onto the '88. Aside from the different bumpers, there is no other difference that i could find between an '88 and '89 325is. Shouldn't be a deal breaker for that red '88.
                Don't you have to chop the wiring harness to put the different connectors on for the turn signal lights?
                e30sport.net
                '15 Porsche GT3 - 7-speed PDK - Daily Driver
                '86 325es - s54b32tu - 6-speed - Mtech 1
                '89 325is - m20b25 - 5-speed - Individual

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                  #53
                  Tempting...but nowhere near stock:

                  https://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-...startYear=1989


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                    #54
                    Originally posted by BeirBrennerE30 View Post
                    Don't you have to chop the wiring harness to put the different connectors on for the turn signal lights?
                    I did the swap 19 years ago, but i don't remember having to cut the wiring. I seem to remember the lights were the same on one end of the car (maybe the rear?). But it wouldn't be a big deal to splice a few wires. My car is in eternal storage so i can't look at it ha ha.
                    Randy Walters

                    88 325is (w/89 bumpers, recently sold)
                    89 325is (Broadsided long ago RIP)
                    96 328is (Weekend fun car)
                    03 530i Sport (current daily driver)
                    05 X3 (little woman's car)
                    Driving Instructor BMW CCA L.A. & S.D. Chapters
                    Multiple L.A. & S.D. Region SCCA Autocross Championships

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                      #55
                      Originally posted by Uber///m3 View Post
                      Those wheels are awesome ! Wonder what brand they are? Never seen em before. Super nice car too.

                      Randy Walters

                      88 325is (w/89 bumpers, recently sold)
                      89 325is (Broadsided long ago RIP)
                      96 328is (Weekend fun car)
                      03 530i Sport (current daily driver)
                      05 X3 (little woman's car)
                      Driving Instructor BMW CCA L.A. & S.D. Chapters
                      Multiple L.A. & S.D. Region SCCA Autocross Championships

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                        #56
                        Originally posted by BeirBrennerE30 View Post
                        I think all 325is show up like that during decode. My former 325is shows up with the exact some build out just with different exterior color.

                        After some Googling it looks like that is correct. I found some references to the S841A option as being the iS package.


                        Originally posted by Poorhouse View Post
                        S841ADummySALAPA

                        Interesting the that car lists as a USA model and we didn't get Cirrus Blue with the iS package. Maybe an individual?
                        1991 318iC
                        1989 325i Field Rescue

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                          #57
                          Originally posted by randywalters View Post
                          Those wheels are awesome ! Wonder what brand they are? Never seen em before. Super nice car too.



                          Owner says they're ESM wheels.

                          Don't know if they still manufacture that model, but here's a link to their website:

                          https://www.esmwheels.com/


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                            #58
                            ESM isn’t a brand to jizz over (in regard to durability)
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                            1991 325is - 2.8L Budget Stroker Garage Slut
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                              #59
                              Black on black '90 iS 5 speed on Ebay.
                              Has some needs.

                              https://www.ebay.com/itm/302995884021?ul_noapp=true
                              1991 318iC
                              1989 325i Field Rescue

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                                #60
                                Originally posted by Poorhouse View Post
                                Black on black '90 iS 5 speed on Ebay.
                                Has some needs.
                                Not according to the seller's description!

                                Originally posted by the seller
                                The car needs nothing...
                                Originally posted by kronus
                                would be in depending on tip slant and tube size

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