Hey guys, I just recently got my license and I've been lookin for some old bimmers for sale to get. I'm willing to spend up to around 18k (including the money i can use for mods) and I saw this for sale
but do u think that 82k miles is too much? I probably won't end up getting an m3 because this is gonna be my first car and i don't wanna risk wrecking a nice m3 and would feel better knowing that it wasn't an m3 haha
Yes, thats a really good price, i'd get it checked out before i got it though.... I'd probably act on it pretty seriously. My 97 328i is an automatic, and i wish i would have gotten the 5-speed...it would be hella fun!
i would say that they 96 M3 is way over priced... i had a 95 M3 with the luxury package.. stored every winter and sold it for 14500 with 65,000 on it. it was in very good condition. you should be able to get into a 70k mile M3 95-97 for around 13000-19000 depends on options.. keep looking.. i think some of the best prices around are on autotrader.com
Definately try to find a garage that specializes on BMW's, make sure they're certified. IF you cant find any then go to a dealer, but they will rape you on the $$, so i'd try really hard to find a certified garage.
i got my 98 328i with 21k miles for $12,000. best place to look is in rich neighbor hoods. rich people get all their shit done right and are to busy to drive their car. to busy to really drive it.i suggest keep looking or haggle the guy down to like 14 grand.
Originally posted by ghines1279@Jun 28 2004, 09:31 PM i got my 98 328i with 21k miles for $12,000. best place to look is in rich neighbor hoods. rich people get all their shit done right and are to busy to drive their car. to busy to really drive it.i suggest keep looking or haggle the guy down to like 14 grand.
wow lol that's an amazing deal
yeah i'll definately try to haggle the price down a little bit more when i go there.
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