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Old Mon, Feb-13-2017, 01:59:53 PM   #1
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Default e36 m3/2/5 or m3/4/5

Hi, everyone.

I am interested in getting back into an e36 m3/2/5 or m3/4/5.

I would really prefer a 5 speed, but i'd consider a super clean auto for the right price.

Must have clean records.

No purple exterior. Interior must be relatively clean.

I'm from PA and would prefer something within a few hundred miles, but willing to travel for the right car.

Thanks for your time.
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Old Fri, Feb-24-2017, 03:13:11 PM   #2
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Bump, still looking.

I prefer a 4 door.

Also, I'd consider a Techno Violet.
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Old Fri, Feb-24-2017, 10:58:49 PM   #3
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My M3/4/5 will be up for sale in a month or so and I'm outside of DC.
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Old Sat, Feb-25-2017, 01:41:08 PM   #4
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M3raptor,
What are the particulars of your car? Inquiring minds want to know.
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M3raptor,
What are the particulars of your car? Inquiring minds want to know.
Quick specs:
1998 BMW M3
5-speed
Sedan
~152k miles
Silver w/black interior

Exterior has typical rock chips and two small rust spots.
Interior is very nice. Biggest flaw is a small hole on the driver's seat.
Mechanically, she's in great shape, lots of maintenance records.

I was planning on putting her up for sale next month, so I haven't put together a proper ad with pics and more detail. PM me with any questions.
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Old Sun, Feb-26-2017, 01:17:26 AM   #6
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Default Re: e36 m3/2/5 or m3/4/5

Why techno when you could have Byzanz?

M3/4/6, 141k miles. I bought it as an auto - swapped to e46m3 6 speed. Pre-production factory development car, Canadian spec (tilt wheel, rear fog, zkw glass lenses, etc). Hate to see it go as I searched for years for a -clean- byzanz sedan and want to keep it but purchased a LTW and something has to go.
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Why techno when you could have Byzanz?

M3/4/6, 141k miles. I bought it as an auto - swapped to e46m3 6 speed. Pre-production factory development car, Canadian spec (tilt wheel, rear fog, zkw glass lenses, etc). Hate to see it go as I searched for years for a -clean- byzanz sedan and want to keep it but purchased a LTW and something has to go.
Forget my "no manual swap" requirement. This is . It sort of matches my school's colors too!
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Old Mon, Mar-20-2017, 07:05:35 PM   #8
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Still Looking?

I'm getting ready to put mine up for sale this summer once the weather is better.

Quick specs:
1998 BMW M3
5-speed
Coupe
~114k miles
Silver w/Dove interior.

I have a progress write up if you would like more info.
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Black/dove 87,xxx

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