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Re: Almost new E30 M3, see text (archive)

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Posted by Carlos on November 25, 1999 at 13:11:27:

In Reply to: Re: Almost new E30 M3, see text posted by sounds WAY too good to be true,BUT on November 25, 1999 at 10:51:04:

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: Good luck, I'd look in HEMMING MOTOR NEWS, and hire a pro appraiser. If the car is truly that low on miles, it is a steal for 15g's. REMEMBER to replace any dry rotted rubber parts in the engine, drain all fluids(which should ALSO still look new), and drive her carefully for the first 1500 miles, to allow her to "re-break in."

: JOe

I would almost be afraid of a car like that. I've seen one, an 88 with 9K miles, looked brand new. In my opinion a car like the E30 M3 has to be driven, imagine all the seals inside the engine and the transmission that are probably dry and or cracking. I might turn out to be a great car and I'm completely wrong but approach it with caution, get it inspected by a professional and do be sure to "break it in" as stated previously. Quite a few things might need replacing, I can't imagine the A/C has held it's charge. :)


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