The 4Runner developed a very odd, annoying noise on the way home yesterday. I had it looked at this morning and mechanic friend says it's gonna need a transfer case. Okay, well, whatever.
Just for fun, I text a buddy who buys and sells Toyota's for money. Told him what was up, he offered me $4,200 for it. Sold.
Now, this same day our friendly used car dealer in Chicago tells me about this minty one owner E46 that came in today. 2004 325i, 87,000 miles, manuel. Well, that sparked my interest. Enough so that I'm flying to Chicago on Friday to drive it home.
Onto the pictures. There are a few little things here and there, but it's 14 years old, this is to be expected.
2018-11-14_13-03-30_253 by efrie004, on Flickr
2018-11-14_13-03-22_513 by efrie004, on Flickr
2018-11-14_13-03-45_903 by efrie004, on Flickr
2018-11-14_13-03-39_697 by efrie004, on Flickr
2018-11-14_13-02-25_217 by efrie004, on Flickr
2018-11-14_13-02-31_197 by efrie004, on Flickr
2018-11-14_12-10-28_221 by efrie004, on Flickr
Here's the build sheet for it -
buildsheet by efrie004, on Flickr
And here's saying goodbye to the PoorRunner.
2018-11-14_14-30-26_069 by efrie004, on Flickr
Looking forward to commuting with a manual again (I don't sit in traffic, it's 46 miles of twisties).