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  • 1988 e30 m3 - zinno/black


    For sale by owner: 1988 E30 BMW M3. Zinnoberot red with black interior. 97.8k miles. Numbers matching. Excellent condition. No rust/corrosion. Everything works. Clear title in hand. Garage queen.


    Mostly original with a few period specific upgrades including:
    BBS RN 17 " wheels
    Eibach springs with Koni dampers
    Front and rear shock tower braces
    Stromung stainless steel muffler
    EVO 2 steering wheel
    EVO 3 carbon fiber front splitter and rear spoiler
    Euro Smiley Headlamps

    Short shift kit with ZHP Shift Knob
    Updated Rear Control Arm + Sub-Frame Bushings


    Recent service records within past year which include:
    Rear main seal
    Transmission mounts
    OEM Radiator and hose
    Four wheel balancing and re-straightening one bent wheel.

    Prior EAG service records include:
    Valve adjustment and valve cover gasket
    Throttle body gaskets
    Updated S50 timing chain tensioner
    AC compressor bushings
    New front control arm bushings

    VIN: WBSAK0304J2197053

    Purchased from EAG. Need room for potential track car. Asking $56k. PPIs welcome.
    Please email nauman.aiza@gmail.com for more pics and with questions.

  • #2
    Location Lutherville, MD

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    • #3
      I thought EAG has a right to first refusal if you sell cars you bought from them. Why didn't they buy back this one?

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      • #4
        I asked them a couple months ago but we couldn't agree on a price.

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        • #5
          I have seen this one in person at Cars and Coffee. Presents well.We parked our Zinno's back to back that day.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nhs15 View Post
            I asked them a couple months ago but we couldn't agree on a price.
            Ok, good luck with the sale. You should also try listing it on BAT. She's definitely a beauty.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SlideM3 View Post
              I thought EAG has a right to first refusal if you sell cars you bought from them. Why didn't they buy back this one?
              Yea seriously, that's mainly a marketing ploy for the buyer to think they are getting the best of the best and EAG always gets first right of refusal, so what isn't to like about their tactic from their perspective. Once they sell a car chances are they are never seeing the car again unless the seller needs money fast.

              How long ago did you purchase this car from EAG and what other mods / maintanace did you do under your possession?

              Did EAG sell you a car with a leaking rear main seel and a bent wheel or did that happen under your care ?


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              • #8
                Price adjusted to $54k.

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                • #9
                  Are you advertising the car anywhere else? I don't think s14 has the "reach" that one would hope for.



                  - Tire is the other control arm bushing.

                  zhpregistry.net

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                  • #10
                    Just pelican and rennlist which is admittedly not a strong ad campaign. I'm honestly still torn about this so i'm just feeling the market out a bit before I decide to really cast a broad net, if I ever do.

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