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There's a black BMW M3 coupe that has Comments
1995 BMW M3, black w/black interior. 5 spd. Luxury edition, loaded, lthr, sunroof, ac, ps, pb, pw, pdl, security system. Tasteful mods: clear corners, dinan intake, chip, BBS rims, etc. This car has been pampered and drives like a dream. Never wrecked. Gorgeous car! $15,999 OBO
Driver Air Bag; Anti-Lock Brakes; Air Conditioning; Alloy Wheels; AM/FM Radio; Cruise Control; Compact Disc Changer; Compact Disc Player; Passenger Air Bag; Rear Window Defroster; Power Seats; Leather Seats; Power Windows; Power Steering; Sunroof/Moonroof; Tinted Glass;
I think its a little expensive. What do you guys think? Especially with 94K miles
i just bought a stock 95 m3 for 12k with 130k miles, it only had one owner, and it drives great so with all those mods and only 94k miles you are getting a good deal but you could probably talk it down to 14k-15k, personally i would prefer buying a stock car and doing all my own mods but thats just me. oh yeah and is it from a dealer or private, because i would recomend buying from a dealer and if it is private party it would be good not to buy from a kid, 40+ is a good age to buy off of. Congrats if you do buy it because an m3 is worth more than just the price, it has sentimental value, can you put a price on happiness?
Yes, that's expensive, but it is also a desirable car. Best color combo IMO, and hasnt been tampered with a whole lot. I agree in trying to find a virgin car, but you can usually look at a car and tell how it was driven. I wouldnt pay 16K for the car, but i would pay more than it is market value would indicate as that is a car that would pay you back everyday!
Skawful that link is blasphemy, how can BMW make such a nice car and put an Auto in it. Damn yuppie demmand....
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