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I totally agree, look at it this way...(m) (archive)

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Posted by Doug on October 24, 2001 at 14:45:35:

In Reply to: Take my advice ,for $6,500.00 jump at it !!! posted by Randy '88M3 on October 24, 2001 at 14:10:32:

If you are somewhat mechanically inclined, then I don't necessarily believe that you'll have to spend anywhere near $6000.00 on fixing it up. Most of that figure is probably labor costs and I think if your going to drive a car like this you should invest in a set of tools and do as much of it as possible. This car is relatively easy compared to a Mitsubishi Starion I used to wrench on. Got mine for $9000.00 and I have not spent anywhere near $3000.00 to keep it dependable in the two years I've had it. You'll know and trust your ride more and besides it might save an E30 M3 from going to a non-enthusiast and therefore being lost forever. Of course have it checked over thoroughly first. Good luch with your decision..

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