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    #16
    to good to be true. good find man thats awesome!

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      #17
      That is really nice!
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        #18
        Score!!!!
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          #19



          Great deal!!!! and Welcome. :D
          Originally Posted by mpowerful
          Ive been looking at this thread ever since it got posted and every time I do my peepee tingles a little.
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            #20
            Aside from the auto you sir scored.


            1989 325is l 1984 euro 320i l 1970 2002 Racecar
            1991 318i 4dr slick top


            Euro spec 320i/Alpina B6 3.5 project(the never ending saga)
            Vintage race car revival (2002 content)
            Mtech 2 turbo restoration
            Brilliantrot slick top "build"

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              #21
              Originally posted by rd400racer View Post
              I guess the only thing that surprises me is that I thought they were a little quicker. .
              Trust me. Replace the auto transmission with a manual and it will seem quick. These cars are so light, it doesnt take much to scoot :)
              Current:
              1989 325i
              1988 M3
              1987 325ic
              Past:
              2001 330ci
              2001 M3

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                #22
                I hope you carfax'd the millage because majority of these cars have broken odometers, and people fix them again years later when the car has well over 300k miles.

                Looks nice and pretty damn good deal regardless.


                1992 M tech 2 Convertible - S50 Swap
                1992 e34 Touring- S50 Swap
                1992 325i-S50 Swap (SOLD)

                1995 e36 M3 Mugello Red - S50 (SOLD)
                1991 325i Convertible Laguna Green (SOLD)
                1987 325i (SOLD);1992 M tech 2 Convertible (SOLD)
                1988 325i Convertible Alpine White (SOLD)
                1991
                Brilliantrot Convertible 80k Miles (SOLD)
                1992 325i Convertible Schwarz (SOLD)
                1992 318i Convertible Project-Finished (SOLD)

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                  #23
                  Great price!
                  '90 Alpine White M3
                  OEM Hella Smoked Euro Smileys | OEM Headlamp Washers | Startec Tail Lights |
                  EVO III Undertray | EVO III Front Lip | '92 DTM CF Gurney Flap | Recaro N'Joys |
                  Ground Control Coilovers | OZ Futuras


                  DD: '97 Alpine White M3/4/5

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                    #24
                    lucky man
                    E30 325i Touring currently under construction.
                    http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/show...256444&page=20
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                      #25
                      Originally posted by kirieiw View Post
                      i hope you carfax'd the millage because majority of these cars have broken odometers, and people fix them again years later when the car has well over 300k miles
                      +1

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by 16v_e30 View Post
                        +1
                        How would carfaxing the mileage do you any good then? Broken ODO is broken ODO, unless they swapped a completely different one in or rolled it back carfax won't tell you anything other than if the mileage was the same at consecutive title transfers, which isn't a great indicator either if it was going from family to family.

                        And look at it - if it had 300k, who cares? It's in excellent condition and it was $2k. That's a good deal no matter how you cut it.
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                          #27
                          Originally posted by ncsubowen View Post
                          How would carfaxing the mileage do you any good then? Broken ODO is broken ODO, unless they swapped a completely different one in or rolled it back carfax won't tell you anything other than if the mileage was the same at consecutive title transfers, which isn't a great indicator either if it was going from family to family.

                          And look at it - if it had 300k, who cares? It's in excellent condition and it was $2k. That's a good deal no matter how you cut it.
                          Who cares? There is a huge difference in value if the car has original, low miles.

                          The carfax will show the milage every check in. If the mileage suddenly stops going up, that would be an obvious red flag the odo failed.
                          Current:
                          1989 325i
                          1988 M3
                          1987 325ic
                          Past:
                          2001 330ci
                          2001 M3

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                            #28
                            I actually did one better than Carfax. The daughter said she only took it to one shop, which is a small European import shop that I know. So I went to the shop and spoke to the owner about it. He had every record for the car from damn near day one and knew the old lady that owned it very well. He had the work that was done and the mileage when it was done.

                            By the way I figured you all would get a kick out of this picture. This is the spare tire, which I would bet money is the original tire that came with the car.


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                              #29
                              Wow. Nice score, looks really clean!
                              Originally posted by Dozyproductions
                              You know why you're drinking that Pabst? No its probably not because it was the first beer you grabbed. It's because you're a winner.

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                                #30
                                Ok, with that last picture I feel sorry for the little old lady who gave the car to her stupid daughter, haha.

                                Nice find!

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