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  • twright
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    Send him an email. You'll find out pretty quickly. Any wierd requests for emails outside of Craigslist are sure signs of problems.

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  • phillipj
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    Hm. Fake ad? What is your opinion? The picture and just everything makes me wonder. I had contacted them and have not heard back. It's kind of a funny ad being in all CAPS and the way it starts off.

    https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/...110223721.html

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  • Staszek
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    Originally posted by varg View Post
    Not impressive, I imagine. Acceleration was never an 850 strong suit because it is so ungodly heavy. I recall the fact that a '94 850CSi is slower down the 1/4mi than a '94 Camaro Z28. FWIW the 850is tested was 5x the price of a camaro at the time as well.
    I would still rather have an 850 over the Z28 though :)

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  • Staszek
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    Originally posted by 7800-RPM View Post

    I wonder what that acceleration feels like up shifting into third .. probably moves about twice the distance as an 325is .. but E30 soo much better in my eyes..
    850i's were never really fast especially off the line. They were known for their effortlessly smooth pull, especially on the highway. At speed 60mph plus that car just pulled and pulled and pulled but it was so smooth. It was meant to cruise at high speeds and feel like you were doing 60.

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  • varg
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    Not impressive, I imagine. Acceleration was never an 850 strong suit because it is so ungodly heavy. I recall the fact that a '94 850CSi is slower down the 1/4mi than a '94 Camaro Z28. FWIW the 850is tested was 5x the price of a camaro at the time as well.

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  • 7800-RPM
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    Originally posted by Staszek View Post

    The 6speed 850is are pretty rare especially in Imola. Although you are right this one is pretty beat up,it still may go high due to the car that it is.
    I wonder what that acceleration feels like up shifting into third .. probably moves about twice the distance as an 325is .. but E30 soo much better in my eyes..

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  • Vincenze
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    Originally posted by ZeKahr View Post
    Methinks there is some unseen wear and tear in the form of dry rot in the rubber pieces... hell the tires are 34 years old. Anyone willing to pay the $60k asking price (or close) for that car best scruntinize the hell out of it for a good day or 2.
    Rubber hoses and bushings won't cost more than $1,000, they are also readily available.

    Mint panels are not available.

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  • ZeKahr
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    “It turns almost as many heads in the showroom as a Koenigsegg“ - haha... an E30 that costs 1/10 of what this one does will do the same thing IN PUBLIC

    It’s concerning that they don’t post engine bay or undercarriage pics of a car they want $60k for, even if its low miles and unregistered.

    Methinks there is some unseen wear and tear in the form of dry rot in the rubber pieces... hell the tires are 34 years old. Anyone willing to pay the $60k asking price (or close) for that car best scruntinize the hell out of it for a good day or 2.

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  • Aleman
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    I'd definitely take this for $60k over that E38 bubble car for $100k. Funny quote from the dealer, "Huntley added the protective wax sprayed onto the body prior to delivery is still visible in the door jambs and the engine bay." Yeah, mine still has Cosmoline in the engine bay, too, and it's FAR from new. LOL

    1986 BMW 325iX — never registered, with 315 miles — for sale at Koenigsegg dealer

    https://www.autoblog.com/2020/04/14/...ered-for-sale/

    https://www.supervettura.com/Car-Det...86-BMW-325iX/4

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    Last edited by Aleman; 04-14-2020, 02:40 PM.

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  • varg
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    Looks like it's at Redline, one of the local BMW shops. Is $3,500 stretching it a bit for that? The supercharger looks like it took quite a hit, might be damaged. The mounts for it are definitely trashed.

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  • flyboyx
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    this will buff out.

    https://offerup.com/item/detail/850732564/

    Attached Files

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  • 325e '87
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    That blue 318 vert has been for sale for about a year now. It started at $7500.

    I had a grey VW cab when I was a sophomore in college. It was a dog, but fun.

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  • flyboyx
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    Originally posted by varg View Post
    What are you doing looking at '90s accords for sale on facebook, flyboyx ? Oof
    is that....ghey? I mean...smurf jiz, right?



    I was looking at z3's in Miami and this somehow came up in the search.

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  • varg
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    What are you doing looking at '90s accords for sale on facebook, flyboyx ? Oof

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  • roguetoaster
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    Seats are leaned back as well, and there's smurf jizz on the valve cover, no doubt a quality car.

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