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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 Mon, Mar-13-2017, 05:32:07 PM   #21
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Default Re: Hard to sell a 95 Cosmos for under $5000

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God damn that thing just gets worse. Is there anything on it that isn't jacked up?

It doesn't take much for us to have nicer cars when you set the bar so low.

Yes - the suspension, engine, transmission, wheel and tires, only the important things that really matter.

Good grief - do you have a life beyond giving us bottom feeders and servants a hard time.

You have a very beautiful and perfect looking m3. But damn, help a brotha out!

I see auction cars that sell for $2000 and automatic transmission M3s that sell for more, that need "cosmetic" help.
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Old Mon, Mar-13-2017, 05:33:14 PM   #22
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FORGET THIS PLACE....

CHASED OFF of Forum!!
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Old Mon, Mar-13-2017, 05:40:18 PM   #23
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FORGET THIS PLACE....

CHASED OFF of Forum!!
Don't come crying to us that your wreck of a car isn't selling for what you want. Your expectations do not meet reality. Clearly the offers you have received only prove that.

You get what you give. You call me a troll, I'll call you out on your pile of crap car. It's crazy to think you started off with an even higher asking price...
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Old Mon, Mar-13-2017, 05:49:36 PM   #24
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You are missing the more important things that were done. The mechanical aspect - suspension, steering, maintenance.... This car drives and handles OEM-very well.


I guess it is not a SHOW QUEEN perfect like yours.

That is the problem with folks who have been on forums forever and have high post counts, they think they can say whatever and just put down others who don't have the perfect car....

Thanks for all the help, you guys suck. Chase people away instantly instead of helping them OUT!!

I put a lot of time and effort and $$ into this car. Keeping as OEM stock as possible with quality German replacement parts.

This car must be worth more then mine HUH: https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/cto/6016885673.html

Oh wait, it is not pristine before selling!!!
LOL mine so far from being a show queen or pristine. I'm just pointing out what may be hurting you or not getting you what you'd like to get for it. If you want to act like a child and take offense to it that's up to you but that wasn't my intention.
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Yes - the suspension, engine, transmission, wheel and tires, only the important things that really matter.

Good grief - do you have a life beyond giving us bottom feeders and servants a hard time.

You have a very beautiful and perfect looking m3. But damn, help a brotha out!

I see auction cars that sell for $2000 and automatic transmission M3s that sell for more, that need "cosmetic" help.
But yet you only take pictures of a completely trashed interior.


You've caused this yourself.
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Old Mon, Mar-13-2017, 05:53:57 PM   #26
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Sachs suspension and Potenza tires are all that matter.
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Old Mon, Mar-13-2017, 06:25:24 PM   #27
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even in the clean pics something looks off about the alignment ..



OP, you can likely get nearly $7k for it, if u just improve the perception of the car..

door cards, OEM steering wheel - u should be able to source door cards from any e36 coupe at a junk yard, or obviously online (if u dont mind to pay for shipping) but at a junk yard, its a fraction of the cost, if not free...

-door cards
-steering wheel
-alignment

^ those three things will improve the perception of your car, which can in turn add $500 or even $1000 to your leverage.

if u dont have "time" , then just take better pictures FFS... i'd even invest in a proper detailing ($200 tops) just to show that, while you have missing parts, its still a well-looked after example... parts are easy to replace for these cars so that alone cant be the reason you're getting bad offers...

invest in the perception abit and you should be fine... any enthusiast would grab this and replace most of that crap themselves, but you have to meet folks halfway in for-sale ads...
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Old Mon, Mar-13-2017, 07:48:40 PM   #28
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Your car isn't selling because you type shit in all caps.


Oh, and everything everyone else has said above in regards to its condition.
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Default Re: Hard to sell a 95 Cosmos for under $5000

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You are missing the more important things that were done. The mechanical aspect - suspension, steering, maintenance.... This car drives and handles OEM-very well.


I guess it is not a SHOW QUEEN perfect like yours.

That is the problem with folks who have been on forums forever and have high post counts, they think they can say whatever and just put down others who don't have the perfect car....

Thanks for all the help, you guys suck. Chase people away instantly instead of helping them OUT!!

I put a lot of time and effort and $$ into this car. Keeping as OEM stock as possible with quality German replacement parts.

This car must be worth more then mine HUH: https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/cto/6016885673.html

Oh wait, it is not pristine before selling!!!

Everyone was trying to help.
Pointing out the oblivious issues that could be easily resolved.
Instead of taking this info as intended you get offended and attack everyone trying to help you.

If you are as big a DB in person as you have been in this thread that will hurt your chances of selling the car as well. Nobody wants to do business with a dick.
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Old Tue, Mar-14-2017, 01:25:20 PM   #30
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