Like I said my 95 M3 and cash on your end and we can put a deal together. Who taught u what ttt means anyway? Lol. It is super clean but it's Jamaican green nd ur not in Bronx circa 1994
u have bbs reps, 180K on it and the car is 20 years old, i thinm your forgetting that. dont get me wrong the car is really clean and i would like to get it but i feel like if i paid more than 3500 i would have to be drunk
Price is kind of high man, to be honest with you. The only reason I say that is becase of what I sold a few years ago. Take a peek:
With that being said/shown, I think you should be more "flexible" with your price!
~I love thunder red!!!~
A car like this has a lot of unknowns taken care of.
A buyer won't have to think about the box from GAP w/plugs, cap, rotor, wires, fuel filter, wipers, and who knows what else they have to pout into the car to get it "more right", right away. Because in this case that work is done.
The buyer won't have to hassle w/the paint, chasing rust, vapor barrier replacement, peeling back the carpet to reveal who knows what, because the work is done.
Some people want to take a 5 and turn it into a 9 and they don't care if the car arrives doing ok but spends another month on stands getting really sorted. Others want to buy, drive, wash, enjoy and they'll attach a value to it.
The investment paid itself off when the car was stripped and there was hardly any body work and I could move on to paint. Cosmoline still on the body and no rot meant anything I had to tear down wasn't a headache. An enthusiast history with a folder of nice upgrades and preventative maintenance meant I could "move on" w the car and not chase gremlins, leaks, crapjob wiring, etc.
So no, I'd not buy the car because I don't need it. I found mine