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Perfect E36 convertible For sale (archive)

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Posted by stefan on April 26, 2000 at 01:57:57:

In Reply to: Buying an E36 convertible and need some help posted by Got 20K and dunno what to do on April 25, 2000 at 01:02:09:

I have owned a 95 325ic for a year now and its "The Ultimate Tanning Machine" & " The all season attraction with all season traction" these BMW motto's are definetly true.
I live in New york and like you have all 4 seasons,i get better traction with my BMW 325ic than my Jeep Grand Cherokee.
P.S. I am selling my car and i don't want to, but i just bought a speedboat and need the money.

My car is originaly from Virgina and then was brought up to new york a year ago. I have changed every thing on this car that needs to be changed at 60K miles. New Yoko VR rated tires,Fr & Rr brakes,belts,filters,fluids, O2 sensor, Rear plastic window, these after about 4 years become faded and brittle so i decided to spend $400 to replace it to look like new. This car is showroom condition. I spent over $2K in all this.

Beware! for $20K you will find cars with hi miles 80K+ that are beat-up and needs all this work that i already did.

1995 325ic Convertible. VIN WBABJ6324SJD38942. Red/Tan/ Black top, Auto, ASC, OBC, Heated seats, CD Changer, remote start, every opt except rollover, Showroom condition No accidents, Asking $26,500. [email protected] / 516.735.9601 (NY)

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