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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 Thu, Jul-19-2018, 07:57:33 PM   #11
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Surprised no action... you might comment on condition and history - no rust, matching panels, clean title, recent maintenance including....

With that said, if I were looking, I would have called and asked those questions. Be sure to post on bf.c too. This price point should play well there.

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Vacuum the carpet. Its the first place I look. If its dirty, it tells a lot.
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Old Thu, Jul-19-2018, 09:36:45 PM   #13
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Surprised no action... you might comment on condition and history - no rust, matching panels, clean title, recent maintenance including....

With that said, if I were looking, I would have called and asked those questions. Be sure to post on bf.c too. This price point should play well there.

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Thereís rust on the front fenders. Iím sure there is more to be seen underneath.

Not a well presented or cared for car in a color and trim package that isnít that desirable. Personally Iím not surprised. You can do a lot to improve curb appeal here.
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Default Re: E36 A bad deal??

I’ve had over 20 of these in the last 6-7 years, as owner of a car dealership. Anything with 100-120k I’ve always got around $8500.00

Any M car with under 100k is always over 10g. And desirable color combos just add to the value.

With that said, yes. The market is up on these. And with that change it’s really hard to tell what they are actually worth. And as a Braymond said. It’s an undesirable color combo. Not to mention the wheels on it are not OEM. So that turns people off as well believe it or not.

I think if you had OEM wheels, and cleaned it up. At that point, it should definitely pull 10g

Good luck with the sale!
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Thereís rust on the front fenders. Iím sure there is more to be seen underneath.

Not a well presented or cared for car in a color and trim package that isnít that desirable. Personally Iím not surprised. You can do a lot to improve curb appeal here.

No rust on the fenders. Actually its a pretty solid car with little rust. It was a southern VA car.

I'll take better pics and do a detail.
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Iíve had over 20 of these in the last 6-7 years, as owner of a car dealership. Anything with 100-120k Iíve always got around $8500.00

Any M car with under 100k is always over 10g. And desirable color combos just add to the value.

With that said, yes. The market is up on these. And with that change itís really hard to tell what they are actually worth. And as a Braymond said. Itís an undesirable color combo. Not to mention the wheels on it are not OEM. So that turns people off as well believe it or not.

I think if you had OEM wheels, and cleaned it up. At that point, it should definitely pull 10g

Good luck with the sale!
Thanks for the advice. That shouldn't be a problem to get OEM wheels. There all over craigslist.
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Surprised no action... you might comment on condition and history - no rust, matching panels, clean title, recent maintenance including....

With that said, if I were looking, I would have called and asked those questions. Be sure to post on bf.c too. This price point should play well there.

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Exactly what I would do. I usually call to get more info and get a feel for the person selling. I do feel like in VA something is going on. I'm not the only one that's having trouble selling.

I personally hate reading paragraphs on a car post. I definitely left some important things though and will take it into account.

Car is clean carfax, and basically a 1 owner car.
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Will let's be honest I have gotten hits. But all 7500... I think that's such a steal for the buyer. I had 3 to 4 people shoot me this offer. This post has been up for 40 days btw
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You might have a buyer here, but youíll need to fill us and your ad in with the Service history of the car, even if itís just what youíve done under ownership
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Iím on market, balack wheels screaming me raze boi, I like when there closer to otm
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