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I also bought a 93 325i for 5k with 116k. What a rock solid car.
But yes, make sure you do put the money to change all small parts that break and also the meantance, i would greatly recommend to change all filters, gaskets and fluids..
In case youre interested, i have original bmw suspension buhsings and several parts, i can sell them yo you trought ebay, in case you want the safety. but if you need someting, let me know have several parts that i ended up not using.
Also, if you plan to do some work on the car, get a bentley manual.
I spend other 5k on parts for the car, that included parts to rebuild suspension, interior placstics, sunroof mechanis and a bunch of little things that where making noise, not woking properly.. etc.. Im not saying you have to do this, im anal..
But do spend the money on a good and deep tune up and if the suspension is shot, fix it. an e36 with a good suspension feels great..
When i got mynes the suspension was long gone, the car felt ok. but only after rebuilding the whole suspension is that i really noticed how this car really drives and why is so loved by all..
welcome to the forum and to the e36.
If need of parts of help dont hesitate to ask..
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