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WTB: Mint '89 325is - cash in hand

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    WTB: Mint '89 325is - cash in hand

    I am in the market for an extremely good condition 1989 325is. What I am looking for:

    1989 325is
    5-speed manual
    Preferably black but open to other colors
    less than 150k miles, preferably less than 100k
    no rust,
    no accidents
    all original body panels (numbers matching)
    mostly stock/no irreversible mods (has original m20 installed, no rivet on fenders, no roll bars)


    Extremely motivated buyer, will travel anywhere in the US with cash. Willing to pay finders fee on the perfect car.

    Thank you!
    e30sport.net
    '15 Porsche GT3 - 7-speed PDK - Daily Driver
    '86 325es - s54b32tu - 6-speed - Mtech 1
    '89 325is - m20b25 - 5-speed - Individual

    #2
    curious as to why you want a '89 model specifically. Mind giving me some insight?

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      #3
      I believe 89 had all of the goodies, no airbag steering wheel, map light mirror, premium speakers, etc.
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        #4
        Originally posted by ButtJuice View Post
        I believe 89 had all of the goodies, no airbag steering wheel, map light mirror, premium speakers, etc.
        This is the answer. Plastic bumpers and the full face lift but still no airbags.
        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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          #5
          Mint condition is when a new car dealership pulls the plastic of a car with zero miles on it. Not going to find that.

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            #6
            ^great contribution...

            There are plenty of 'mint' e30s with miles on them. Mint does not imply a brand new car, and I think it's safe to say that OP isn't seeking a brand new 29 year old car.


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              #7
              Originally posted by Joe G View Post
              ^great contribution...

              There are plenty of 'mint' e30s with miles on them. Mint does not imply a brand new car, and I think it's safe to say that OP isn't seeking a brand new 29 year old car.
              Thank you. Yes while I do not expect a brand new e30 to be available, thought if one was that would be great! I am looking for as close to show room condition as possible for a 30 year old car. This isn't my first e30 so I know what to expect and know this isnt an easy ask.

              Also thank you to everyone that PM'd me.
              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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                #8
                Originally posted by mrdeezy View Post
                Mint condition is when a new car dealership pulls the plastic of a car with zero miles on it. Not going to find that.
                Way to twist the OPs words there, noob.
                Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
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                '88 M5 | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '00 M5 | '03 325it

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                  #9
                  Everytime I read one of these posts, I always think of Jordan's build. They get up there in price, but man is that dude meticulously about everything being new or restored.
                  Maybe give that guy a call for near mint condition.
                  @IRON-E30 aka Edwin:D

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by IRON-E View Post
                    Everytime I read one of these posts, I always think of Jordan's build. They get up there in price, but man is that dude meticulously about everything being new or restored.
                    Maybe give that guy a call for near mint condition.
                    Mind linking for the uninitiated?

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by onesecond View Post
                      Mind linking for the uninitiated?
                      https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/sho...d.php?t=413429

                      A great example!!!

                      Many others have good restoration threads, check project and members ride sections.

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                        #12
                        I might have something that'd be worth your time. Completely restored 91 325i sport Calypso car. Very, very nice example.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by mrdeezy View Post
                          Mint condition is when a new car dealership pulls the plastic of a car with zero miles on it. Not going to find that.
                          QBYAD

                          (qutoed becuase you're a dumbass)
                          Originally posted by wholepailofwater
                          Q
                          :devil:


                          WTB: Dove Grey e36 Front Door Panels (2 door)

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by IRON-E View Post
                            Everytime I read one of these posts, I always think of Jordan's build. They get up there in price, but man is that dude meticulously about everything being new or restored.
                            Maybe give that guy a call for near mint condition.
                            I plan on doing any restoration necessary myself, just looking for a good starting point. But I agree that he does a good job

                            Thank you to those that PM'ed me with leads
                            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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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Munich Man View Post
                              I might have something that'd be worth your time. Completely restored 91 325i sport Calypso car. Very, very nice example.
                              Thank you for the offer but I am really just looking for an '89. Preferably black. Maybe red.
                              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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