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  • '88 M3, 104k miles, all original

    VIN: WBSAK030XJ2195632
    Car is in Alexandria, VA
    Price: $11,000
    Contact: [email protected]

    '88 Lachsilber M3, Cardinal Red interior. 104,000 miles. It's a great, non-molested car. Not without the normal issues of a 20 year-old car, however the price takes into consideration the issues. I am the 4th owner.

    NO tire kickers, lowballers, non-buyers, picture collectors, joy riders, or lookie-loos. Serious buyers only--PLEASE don't waste my time. I will require a $500 deposit if you tell me you want to buy it.

    Pictures at BMW Registry: www.bmwmregistry.com/detail.php?id=4866

  • #2
    once again, another clean reasonably price m3 for sale on the east coast. damnit

    "Unlike the latter day E36 and E46 M3's, the
    original E30 M3ís main purpose in life was to
    win races on the track, not the street. It
    got the job done."

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    • #3
      he's had this for sale for a while and I can't believe no one has bought it. if i wasn't knee deep in my own project I would.

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      • #4
        email send
        Old BMWs dont die, They just go racing

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        • #5
          this still for sale?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Modena 1 View Post
            he's had this for sale for a while and I can't believe no one has bought it. if i wasn't knee deep in my own project I would.
            The reason why is that I have an INTERMITTENT sputtering/stalling/bogging issue that requires nursing it along in 1st gear. Sometimes restarting it makes it run normal again, other times not. It doesn't happen all the time--there are days when I drove all over with the car and no problem. Other days, once it reaches full operating temp, it surfaces.

            I replaced the fuel filter, and the problem didn't surface for a while, but then it happened again. Other potential causes, based on what I have read here on S14.net, are engine ground (I replaced this yesterday--didn't test yet at full operating temp), Idle Control Valve, Oxygen Sensor, Throttle Postion Sensor, and ECU.

            I just don't have the time to work on it anymore, and a shop could take up $$ to diagnose it. I have factored this into the price.

            Any ideas are welcome.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by sbblowz View Post
              this still for sale?
              Still for sale. PM me your e-mail and I'll send you more information and pictures.

              Paul

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              • #8
                I'm local and if you want i can take a quick look at the car.

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                • #9
                  ***sold***

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 88Lachsilber View Post
                    ***sold***
                    Yes it is...SOLD to ME

                    Thanks once again Paul :thank you
                    The E30 M3 Renewed ~ Rebuilt ~ Re-engineered

                    www.ZeppieriMotorsport.com

                    E30 M3 Rebuild Thread

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                    • #11
                      New

                      Nice find. Good Luck with your new M!




                      Mike
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JOEBMW View Post
                        Yes it is...SOLD to ME

                        Thanks once again Paul :thank you
                        You're quite welcome. I look forward to seeing what you do with it.

                        Your dad is a hoot--very interesting man! Is he going to help you work on the car?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 88Lachsilber View Post
                          You're quite welcome. I look forward to seeing what you do with it.

                          Your dad is a hoot--very interesting man! Is he going to help you work on the car?
                          Yes he is most likely going to help me with the major work but all the small details i will do on my own. It would be a major waste if he did not, he does have 30+ years experience working on BMW.
                          The E30 M3 Renewed ~ Rebuilt ~ Re-engineered

                          www.ZeppieriMotorsport.com

                          E30 M3 Rebuild Thread

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                          • #14
                            You guys are in Northern VA? I'm in Herndon. We ought to get together!
                            Alles Beste!

                            B. Wheaton
                            1989 E30 M3, Owner since June 2000
                            2008 E61 535xiT - The DD and work horse

                            http://www.bayareamotorsport.com

                            Register your E30 M3!
                            http://www.bmwmregistry.com

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