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Re: E30 M3 Purchase Inspection Checklist (archive)

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Posted by Kurt Zimmerman on January 10, 2000 at 10:58:37:

In Reply to: Re: E30 M3 Purchase Inspection Checklist posted by Paul on January 08, 2000 at 09:52:21:

: : I will hopefully be purchasing an E30 M3 at some point in the next year or so.

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: A detailed inspection like your checklist is best left to a professional. ....

I plan to leave it to a professional. I don't expect that I will find any cars locally. If I do I'm in luck because I have a friend who has wrenched just about every E30 M3 in Utah. However, I expect to have to fly somewhere to pick up a car. From previous experience, I find that pre-purchase inspections tend to gloss over minor problems like body and interior condition, focusing on mechanicals. While I agree, that the the mechanicals are the most important, I want to be able to fax an inspecting mechanic a list that covers everything. That way I can easily determine if it is worth my time to fly to wherever to purchase a vehicle.


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