View Full Version : 3 Series 1996 328is

09-21-2011, 09:55 AM
Hey everyone. It's been about 5 years since I've been on this forum (used to go by "chitown" but it's been since deactivated) and it's cool to see some familiar names still here. I thought I would post my car here to see if there is any interest. Thanks for looking.

The car is a 1996 328is that I imported from the U.S. in 2002; "montreal blau" color with white leather interior. 320,000 kms. I don't think I have to go through what features the car has here. :)

Selling the car AS IS with recently passed e-test. I absolutely love this car and it has served me extremely well but the time has come for something more family friendly. The car is in really good condition, still drives great. Service history is included (mostly done by Charlie at Bimmersport and the Bimmersport guys for the last 5 years or so).

Asking price: $3300 OBO.


2 brand new rear summer tires
Set of winter tires used for a couple of seasons
Carbonio carbon fiber cold air intake
Magnaflow sport exhaust
Brand new battery
New springs installed in 2010
Clear brake lights, smoked turn signals and side markers (may still have OEM lights)
Black grills

Issues (mostly interior and cosmetic), the engine itself has no problems and still runs great:

Digital clock and CD player display is dim (needs LED replacement)
AM/FM radio works intermittently (6 cd player works great)
AC not blowing cold air (needs refill or possible leak)
Small rust spots on lower trunk
Driver seat latch to fold seat forward not working
Cracked fog lights
Needs new windshield wipers
Rear brake light bulbs need replacing
Motor for driver side mirror needs replacing

PM me for more details. Pictures below:








09-22-2011, 01:22 AM
Was this car rear ended? looks like the bumper is a quarter inch lower from that back shot, or is it just the lighting?

09-22-2011, 01:24 AM
good luck with the sale man ,

really clean for its KM

09-22-2011, 08:18 AM
Thanks noodles :)

South - yes, in years past the car was rear ended twice and one accident where the car spun out into a snowbank. So what you see can be due to the rear end / repairs.

09-28-2011, 09:52 AM