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  • roguetoaster
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    The only reason I can think of to buy an E46 M3 convertible these days is that it's generally a cheaper point of entry in to a factory S54 car.

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  • varg
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    I hate on convertibles as much as anyone. They're heavier, slower, have a crappier chassis, usually look like crap compared to the coupe, are louder inside, but I gotta say if you're going to buy a convertible at leas an M convertible is going to be somewhat decent in performance and handling in addition to the dubious benefits like top down cruising.

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  • TeXJ
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    Originally posted by flyboyx View Post

    too bad its a cabriolet.
    ^this

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  • flyboyx
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    Originally posted by Aleman View Post
    2002 BMW M3 - $12,500 (Dallas)

    https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/ct...087965703.html






    I am selling my 2002 BMW M3 . Between 30k and 40k the engine was replaced by the dealer which means the current engine only has about 70k on it. The car is in great shape having been recently serviced. Brakes and tires have also been recently done. Clean title in hand.
    too bad its a cabriolet.

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  • roguetoaster
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    Originally posted by Aleman View Post

    SOLD for $132,409! Yowzah
    What in the actual fork!

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  • Aleman
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    2002 BMW M3 - $12,500 (Dallas)

    https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/ct...087965703.html






    I am selling my 2002 BMW M3 . Between 30k and 40k the engine was replaced by the dealer which means the current engine only has about 70k on it. The car is in great shape having been recently serviced. Brakes and tires have also been recently done. Clean title in hand.

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  • Staszek
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    Originally posted by Aleman View Post

    SOLD for $132,409! Yowzah
    Thats just dumb

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  • lukeADE335i
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    Originally posted by Aleman View Post

    It does have salvage history but not due to accident. No longer needs emissions..
    Probably want to quiz the owner of the vert on that one before buying. Sometimes if the car is damaged even in a minor way in transport when new they get written off and put onto a salvage title as they can't be sold as new, but could be anything.

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  • Aleman
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    Originally posted by Aleman View Post
    SOLD for $132,409! Yowzah

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  • Aleman
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    I'm not much into girlie cars, but this looks like a fair deal.

    Volkswagen cabriolet,1991,59k,yes 59k,5speed stick, runs good - $2500 (Folcroft /PA)

    https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/...095816487.html



    Up for sale is a decent looking good
    running 1991 Volkswagen
    cabriolet rabbit 5speed stick shift with only 59k on it. Comes with all power window,locks,mechanically in good shape. Runs and drives fine, but cosmetically needs some TLC.no rust.under carrier pictures included.low miles car.great project.

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  • Aleman
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    I have never seen cloth interior in a convertible, but I kind of like it here. You know how hot those leather seats get in the sun?!? My favorite E30 blue right here. I wonder why it has a salvage title.

    1991 BMW 318i / 5 Speed Manual / 63k miles - $5995 (Grayson)

    https://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/c...089069341.html

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    Rare E30 1991 BMW 318i Convertible. 5 Speed manual transmission. Runs, drives, and shifts great. Peppy 1.8 liter engine. Fun to drive. Clutch feels strong. 63k miles. Overall in exceptional condition for the year.

    Gorgeous Dark Blue Metallic exterior with a tan cloth interior. No rips or tears. Convertible top is in great condition. Throughout garage kept, original paint in excellent condition. Interior on this car is like new. You won’t believe the kind of condition it is in.

    Power windows. Cold A/C! Comes with both keys.

    It does have salvage history but not due to accident. No longer needs emissions.

    Very hard to find a car in this condition. If interested call or text me at 678-two30-8993.. This is not your average beat up 318, this one is in exceptional condition.
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  • Aleman
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    Originally posted by Staszek View Post

    My friend sent me that car since I have an E38 740i Sport.

    Its a nice car, although I am not sure why you would preserve such a low spec car, I guess in Germany because they had 730i 6 cyc and deisel models this is a bit higher spec, bit its not a greatly equipped 740i, here it would only get attension due to the miles, but generally would be overlooked by any E38 fanatic (such as myself).


    In the US if its not a 750il (late model) or a 740i sport it is worth like $2000. Of course that model would get more than $2k because of condition and mileage, but no where near enough to preserve it like that.
    I agree, this version of E38 is pretty dull. I wonder what goes thru someone's mind when they purchase a car like this and then decide to preserve it rather than drive it. An E30 M3 or 850csi V12 6-speed? Yeah.

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  • Staszek
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    Originally posted by Aleman View Post
    My friend sent me that car since I have an E38 740i Sport.

    Its a nice car, although I am not sure why you would preserve such a low spec car, I guess in Germany because they had 730i 6 cyc and deisel models this is a bit higher spec, bit its not a greatly equipped 740i, here it would only get attension due to the miles, but generally would be overlooked by any E38 fanatic (such as myself).


    In the US if its not a 750il (late model) or a 740i sport it is worth like $2000. Of course that model would get more than $2k because of condition and mileage, but no where near enough to preserve it like that.

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  • Aleman
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    Brand New E38 in a bubble for sale on German eBay:

    https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=&sl=de&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay .de%2Fitm%2F283822959564

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  • Staszek
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    Originally posted by roguetoaster View Post
    One could argue that having a V8 would be a better life choice than owing that V10.
    Yea I mean if he didnt put the M5 badges on it and the fender grills it would be a fairly tastefully done car with an engine that doesnt grenade (well as much anyway)

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