Originally posted by plague@Apr 29 2004, 10:34 PM Quicky intro, I have been a DSM person for the past few years now. She's a 91 talon tsi awd, boosted to 21psi. I have dumped more money than I care to admitt.
Why Im here, I have finally decided I will travel the path of common sense. With that I have found a 98 328is with 69k on the motor and going for $16,900. It has been converted over to the M3 styling.
Tell me what you think?
17k seems a little high to me
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yeah that price is rather high you could get a real m3 with about that many miles for that amount of money haha, but i mean if you have the money and its a really nice car buy it, i love the 328s! do you still got the tsi? what gen is it? any pics?/
The vehicle in question is in great condition, beautiful paint (oxford green), and I believe the reason for the price is the fact that it is at a BMW dealer. It also has 18's and is already lowered with strut tower bars (front and rear). I'll see what I can do to try and talk him down.
As far as the money pit of a car, yes I still have her. I am entertaining the idea of selling her. Its a 1st gen and when I post pics to sell her on DSMTuners I will get some on here. If I get rid of her I will get a bike in her place.
Im sure there are plenty of things I can do to play with my potential new car, but I would rather not start breaking into the motor. Thats when things get expensive and costumized vehicles are a pain to maintain. Nothing on my DSM is stock and its finally driven me nuts.
Price is a little high but I'm sure you won't be dissappointed if you get it for a little less.
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