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hadesm5
02-07-2008, 01:08 PM
Hey guys,
Seems that there is very little interest this time of year, and I need this car gone due to the lack of space. I wouldnt mind taking my sweet ass time parting it, but I dont have the space for it. You can take the whole car for $750. Its fully running, no leaks, and I drive it 100 kms on daily commute and never a problem. 2dr, alpine white, 5 spd. 89 325i.
More details and pics from original thread: http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=100387

Since I have only had only one person come to see it so far, it seems as though I might part it out, take as many parts of it as I can, and ditch the shell. If I can guarantee the sale of most of the following major parts, I will part out (and just sell the smaller parts in the longrun). If not I will just sell it as a whole.

M20 Engine: 285xxx kms no leaks runs great. $300 obo
Complete grey leather sports seats and rear bench: $200 obo
Rear plastic bumper with rebar and everything: $100 obo
Front late style valence: $100 obo
Passenger side fender: $50 obo

No serious offer for any of the above refused. Anything else you need give me an offer. And if I get serious interest I will part it out.

Cheers,
Hadi

Trekz
02-07-2008, 02:59 PM
generally speaking is this car in any shape to be a project car ? or is it better of as a beater

Sneaky
02-07-2008, 03:09 PM
Cigarette lighter Cover?

hadesm5
02-07-2008, 03:54 PM
Trekz: well this car could be a project if you are willing to spend money on body work. but personally, I wouldnt recommend it. you're better off starting with a clean shell for a project car. its really up to you. but, I would recommend this car as a beater.

Sneaky: Sorry but thats not a significant part that would make me want to part out the whole car. BUT, i may have an extra one lieing around somewhere. i believe there are two types though, ones from before 88 and after 88. which one do you need?

Sneaky
02-07-2008, 05:04 PM
Trekz: well this car could be a project if you are willing to spend money on body work. but personally, I wouldnt recommend it. you're better off starting with a clean shell for a project car. its really up to you. but, I would recommend this car as a beater.

Sneaky: Sorry but thats not a significant part that would make me want to part out the whole car. BUT, i may have an extra one lieing around somewhere. i believe there are two types though, ones from before 88 and after 88. which one do you need?

I have an 03 so i guess it would be the after 88 one. I thought they were all universal though lol.

hadesm5
02-07-2008, 05:48 PM
if u get one from an e30 it will def look out of place on an e46...

jamison67
02-13-2008, 07:39 PM
wheres the car located so i could come look at it

FuryriderX
02-13-2008, 11:27 PM
just a quick question - why did you swap to an m42 radiator? so the fill cap is on the rad itself? is there any benefits to it?

hadesm5
02-13-2008, 11:37 PM
I live in oshawa so u can see it there, and I work in markham so you can check it out there during the day. pm me for my number and more details.

as for the radiator, it was swapped in by the previous owner. didnt notice any difference between the regular m20 radiator. i have only driven it in winter so far anyway.

e30_kid89
02-14-2008, 12:18 AM
FuryriderX, no need to worry about the m42 rad on a 6Cyl. Tons of guys and myself have used it for m50/s50 swaps and It runs fine with the clutch fan or with a electrial fan. I guess the only beneift to it is it tidys up the engine bay since the overflow tank isn't a mile away:D

touch
02-14-2008, 09:12 PM
Hey I'm looking for a engine for my 1990 325i (auto).........do you still have it?

hadesm5
02-16-2008, 10:39 AM
Sold

El Gato Liso
02-16-2008, 12:14 PM
its about damn time, congrats on ur sale!

anyone from here bought it?

hadesm5
02-16-2008, 03:46 PM
thanks. only 2 guys came to see it. the guy who bought it is not from the forum, but he was informed about the car thru Quack. thanks Clarence