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Posted by rIChie on December 17, 2001 at 11:00:26:

In Reply to: M3 Evo II value ?? Import to US?? posted by mbruns57 on December 17, 2001 at 05:14:14:

I believe if it was that easy, we will all be seeing Evo's throughout the U.S. I think that there are just a handful of them in the States.

Import regulations suck when it comes to European and Japanese Spec cars. I'd get a hold of a registered importer at the port that you're shipping to and get a written quote..

rIChie
2002 BMW M3 CSL Poster
88 cabrio
8* M


Hi you experts.
I stumbled across a M3 Evo II for sale here in Germany.

It is low mileage 120000 KM but half torn apart with a horrible paint job.

Positive is no rust, no accident history and all the EVO II parts are all there.

Would it make sense to export it to the US?

Biggest problem: This one is the 220 HP Version without converters.

Mike

89 M3
95 525 TDS Touring
68 GT 500





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