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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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No, I said my experience is different to yours and I didn't elaborate because I'm not going to have an internet arguement (and in the wrong thread no less).



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You could build a nice car for that money.
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257k on it. Come on. I’m no mileage snob, and the Canadian editions are my favourite cars sans GT, but seriously.
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I talked to one of the dudes there a few weeks ago. He FB'd me after posting up some pics of this car when the dealer took it in. I figured low 30's CAD was the place to be. I see they've gone for shock pricing instead. Having said that, I think the idea of a lower mileage canadian edition car going for that price is where they are headed. What would a 160k mile clean(ish) LTW go for?

Unrelated: this local car is back up for sale (euro-spec). That's like under 17k USD. It's clean and well kept. Also been on the ground long enough here for there to be no JDM auction surprises.

https://vancouver.craigslist.org/van...816907711.html
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I talked to one of the dudes there a few weeks ago. He FB'd me after posting up some pics of this car when the dealer took it in. I figured low 30's CAD was the place to be. I see they've gone for shock pricing instead. Having said that, I think the idea of a lower mileage canadian edition car going for that price is where they are headed. What would a 160k mile clean(ish) LTW go for?

Unrelated: this local car is back up for sale (euro-spec). That's like under 17k USD. It's clean and well kept. Also been on the ground long enough here for there to be no JDM auction surprises.

https://vancouver.craigslist.org/van...816907711.html


Thatís been on Craigslist for a long time, gotta be something weird about it.


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I don't think so, though I did hear the seller wasn't making it easy to view the car. I just think it's not that special to local canadian buyers (we've had them for 10 years and they used to be 10k cheaper), and there are less buyers down south that are willing to do the work themselves to import it. The BAT cars from canada get killed for the same reason.

Way sketchier cars are going straight off the boat from japan into buyers hands in the US through importers (for more money). Personally I think this guy should sell it to an american buddy for a buck, and then sell it on already registered and imported.
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