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    Well, i recently went thru a few cars and have settled on this one, a 1995 525it. Its got 101k miles on it and I bought it from the original owner, he gave me a stack of receipts on this thing including the window sticker! It runs great and drives even better, really all it needs is a good cleaning up. It really compliments the M3 very nicely. Being a wagon guy, this was a very logical choice for me. All the service is up to date, the oil was just changed, even has new tires! All this for the low low price of $4500, not bad, huh?








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  • #2
    that wagon is begging for the rims off of your M3 :ha: some tint and maybe a slight drop. Nice car !

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    • #3


      [peace]

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      • #4
        3.0L bottom end and HFM and Cams plus injectors and software. Oh looks fun. Nice car I would roll it. Would have preferred stick but for what you needed it's perfect.
        Who knows where I'll be, changes from day to Continent.

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        • #5
          I was looking at a white one on craig list. There is something about a E34 wagon that just looks right.

          Nice find.

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          • #6
            This one I found on craigslist too. Vlad, wanna donate your euro s50 and 6-spd

            Oh yeah, it might become a stick at some point, just not right yet. There's no reason for it to be an automatic, i have a 3 mile, 7 minute commute to work.
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            • #7
              The a bicycle is what you needed.
              Who knows where I'll be, changes from day to Continent.

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              • #8
                nice wagon!

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                • #9
                  Well done, Jeff.

                  - Daniel

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                  • #10
                    A man after my own heart. Nice rig!

                    Jake

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Jake View Post
                      A man after my own heart. Nice rig!

                      Jake
                      Ditto

                      Nice car Jeff. You bought the good year ('95) too- (w-i-d-e grilles, M-Tech skirts, painted lower bumper trim/ skirts) + a great price. Looks like you also have the leather door panels, another major + as they will not bubble around the armrests.

                      I have had my AlpineWeiss III for about 4 years now and love it- It has hauled everything from bags of mulch & patio pavers to being the "grocery getter" & hauling my three sons around town. Yes, three car seats fit in the backseat

                      PS- It is very hard to leave this car in the "un-modified" state- Trust me, that bug "will" eventually bite you too!

                      Congrats!
                      Don McAdams
                      1988 E30 M3
                      "E30 M3 Owner & Enthusiast"

                      www.McAdamsAutoSport.com

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                      • #12
                        Jeff,

                        Awesome car! Tourings are great! If you follow in Don's & Jake's footsteps, it'll really be as nice as your ///M3. If you leave it alone, it'll really be a nice sleeper. :wee:

                        Good luck with it!
                        1989 E30 M3 Cabrio - Nogaro Sliver / Black - 1 of 786
                        1990 E30 M3 - Sterling Silver / Black
                        1991 E30 318is - Sterling / Black (Mtech II project)

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                        • #13
                          Nice car Jeff. '95 is THE year to get - I used to have one for a couple of years as a family car. My father has a '95 wagon as well - going strong at almost 200k miles.

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                          • #14
                            Yeah, being a 95 is one of the reasons i didn't let it pass, 95's also have dual airbags, which was one of my requirements for a new car. I didn't really need a new car, but I couldn't pass this up. I keep looking at that pics Vlad posted and I'm thinking a set of M-Parallels will find their way onto my touring
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