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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Fri, Jul-20-2018, 07:34:04 PM   #31
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I've been on the market for a second E36 pretty much since the day I did all of the suspension work on my M3. The market has gone up a lot in the last 2 years, no doubt about it.

There are some people out there who will want a modified car, and this one is very tame in that respect, but I think by and large people are looking for stock examples. The mods might not be hurting you but they definitely won't increase the price. I would take off the coilovers and wheels and put the stock stuff back on if you have it.

The more known (and provable) the history, the more $$$ you can fetch. I'm one of those people who's looking for a unique color combination, black on black is so run of the mill, it's not "bad" but it just kind of disappears. Especially with the wheels. $7500 seems fair...?
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Agree with the rest here. Those wheels ruin the car for me. People run K1s because they are cheap. They also tend to crack; is that why these are refinished? It makes me wonder about the rest of the car, which is missing pretty much any detail I'd want to know as a screen for this car.

You seem to be in a middle spot. The track crowd will snatch that car up for 7500 assuming no major issues (a few spots of rust are not going to break that deal). Yet above that you're looking at people who want to DD it or restore it, so the details will matter.
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I'd say split the difference, meet someone in the middle with 8500 and that's a fair deal. Definitely don't spend money buying a set of OEM wheels if you don't have them.
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Agree with the rest here. Those wheels ruin the car for me. People run K1s because they are cheap. They also tend to crack; is that why these are refinished? It makes me wonder about the rest of the car, which is missing pretty much any detail I'd want to know as a screen for this car.

You seem to be in a middle spot. The track crowd will snatch that car up for 7500 assuming no major issues (a few spots of rust are not going to break that deal). Yet above that you're looking at people who want to DD it or restore it, so the details will matter.
K1's are cast and can't be repaired. Wheels are personal choice, I run them as well because they are light weight vs stock wheels. The BBS RX I have a boat anchors as well. As mentioned have the car detailed and have the pain sealed.

RRT is nearby to you so maybe offer getting a PPI there if they still offer that service.
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