Hah, I sure hope so. I thought people had poor driving skills when I was in Washington.. Then the snow hit hit and it went 10 fold. Or to validate my opinion of how I hate people on their cell while driving. Was slammed into while completely stopped in I-5 traffic. Ford fusion of all things... It was a sad day in the PNW VW community.
l 02 Golf 2.slow (Sold) l Mk4 R32 RS (Deceased) l Mk4 R32 RS l Mk1 TT 225 l
>MFW "Hey Taylor wanna drive the .:R?"
>Taylor: "Lol wut..."
I gladly paid more money for my car because it was the EXACT car I wanted. Someone looking for a clean low mileage R who has the money would certainly pay the asking price.
OP glad you are keeping the car
Misc VW stuff for sale: apparel, collectibles, WRC/Motorsport stuff...
ya man I understand the seller is looking for a sale and people on poortex dont want to pay nothing so dont knock the guy it is a R32 that has low mileage and is rare I dont think its that bad of a price. People on here just have no money and are cheap and shouldnt be looking to buy parts or cars and need to get a job.
Leave the dude alone, where else are going to find an r32 with that mileage. There car was an instant classic from the get go. With mileage like that, I'm sure he'll get very Coles to that asking price, it's just going to take a while. GLWS man!
Considering that I bought an R32 with 27,000 miles on it for $20,500 in 2009, he'll likely be waiting a very long time for a buyer. Sadly, the market for these cars just isn't what it used to be.
That said, good luck with the sale, OP. Hopefully you'll be happy with whatever you end up getting for it. Some pictures might help it move a bit more quickly...
If you have $12K I have an E46 M3 and 88K on the clock. Comes with snow wheels and tires, OEM 19" forged alloys.
-Lightwerkz TFX Bi-Xenon upgrade (you have never seen light output like this
-H&R Springs (Rare spring rate early production setup)
-Hardwired for Valentine V1
-Functional CSL bumper and intake tubing (Not the CSL intake manifold)
-Oil changed every 7500 and clean as a whistle
-Only OEM parts used (no autozone crap anywhere)
-Inspection II recently done (8K ago)
-OEM subs are included but not installed. I will include my 12" Infinity Kappa Perfect in the deal)
-No tears on leather seating surfaces, no issues with the dash, door panels or carpets
-Euro Headlight switch with rear fogs
-Dice Mediabridge 1500 with bluetooth phone, iPod/iPhone integration with AUX and USB and supports sirius radio tuner.
-CEL came on yesterday (Transmission actuator code... Subtract $400)
-Small ding (size of a pencil top) on drivers side fender under the vent
-Driver side vent is missing the M3 logo (they all do eventually)
-I do not have the OEM Bumper with fogs.
-Euro First Aid kit installed, but the door broke off. All the contents still come with.
-Sunroof interior cover needs the 4 tabs replaced (costs about $20... I'll do it for you)
At the time of writing, I need $11,995 for the car including the $400 for the actuator that needs replaced. The car is approaching 88,888 miles (200 under right now) and is not daily driven. I need a bigger car, and one better suited for DD use and hauling gear, etc.
I know, shot in the dark, but you wanted an E46 M3.