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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Fri, Feb-03-2017, 10:41:34 PM   #11
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Congrats to the new owner of an LTW shaped paperweight.
i wish i had the buyers money issues
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I'd rather be a broke man that enjoys his things than a rich man that doesn't.
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I'd rather be a broke man that enjoys his things than a rich man that doesn't.
There are many ways to enjoy a car that don't involve driving them. They are a form of art and it takes a very disciplined person to have a car like this.

I love it. I hope the new owner keeps it exactly how it is.
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I'd rather be a broke man that enjoys his things than a rich man that doesn't.
i'm pretty sure the buyer has a lot of nice he drives and some he just parks
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Would rather this all day and have popcorn and beer monies leftover.

Dat gated shifter + 12 cylinder

http://bringatrailer.com/listing/199...ari-maranello/

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......for that money I could import some exclusive rare E36 M3's
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What's sad is EAG has higher mileage LTWs for more money (as of the $110k bid). What I would really like to know about are the offers that have gotten turned down by EAG.
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I still can't see the speciality of it, but hey, that's just me. I guess I'm just 'that guy'.

Don't slap me with "it's limited". Something being limited on itself doesn't make it special.
Hell, the M3 itself is a limited production car. If BMW still had all parts available and you have an Alpine White M3 coupe, you could make an except rep for much less.

For that money you can buy multiple super clean Euro's and still pocket a lot of cash.

And with this low milage, makes it basically undriveable.
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There are many ways to enjoy a car that don't involve driving them. They are a form of art and it takes a very disciplined person to have a car like this.

I love it. I hope the new owner keeps it exactly how it is.
I get that some people are like that, but I am not at all. When I went to the Porsche museum in Stuttgart, I loved being just next to these beautiful rare cars. But I promise you I'd much rather be behind the wheel of them going through the Alps.

I would love to have a warehouse full of nice cars, but it would be absolute torture to not be able to drive them
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Default Re: Bring a trailer: 100-Mile 1995 BMW M3 Lightweight

As mentioned a very fancy and exclusive paperweight. It will most likely go into another collection and might get started once a month. Wonder how many leaks it has on the underside of the engine as the seals have to be dried up
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