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Gurvinder
05-25-2004, 11:11 PM
well looks like i will have to sell my car for sure now that i am going off to school and will not be able to afford the car no more
i will post pic very soon and will be in autotrader as well
here is the info

Manual, 4 dr., 2.5, 6 cyl. , Gas, Blue exterior, Blue interior, Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry, Leather, Heated Seats, Air Conditioning, AM-FM Stereo, Cassette, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Mirrors,Dual climate zones, 2 Year warranty
Cert. and E-tested.
asking $8500

Thanks Gurvinder

audiophile
05-25-2004, 11:16 PM
uh what year is it, and how many kms?

Gurvinder
05-26-2004, 12:42 AM
92 with 199km

ZiMMie
05-26-2004, 12:44 AM
pics?

Gurvinder
05-26-2004, 12:49 AM
i will get them by tonite hopefully
car is stock

Gurvinder
05-29-2004, 03:43 AM
this is one pic of it more coming once i get them off the cam

Gurvinder
05-29-2004, 04:57 AM
1

Gurvinder
05-29-2004, 05:02 AM
2

kontesto
05-29-2004, 04:59 PM
yo gurvinder, pm Paul540/m3 and let him know about the sale, tell him kontesto said to look @ it for his buddy.

KM

Gurvinder
05-29-2004, 05:31 PM
ok thanks bro

Soldo
05-29-2004, 11:42 PM
Is the leather BLUE?!

Gurvinder
05-30-2004, 12:59 AM
yupp its dark blue

Gurvinder
05-31-2004, 06:23 PM
ttt

Paul540/m3
05-31-2004, 08:13 PM
My dad's old 535i was silver with dark blue leather
its actually not that bad

free bump

Justin e36
05-31-2004, 08:33 PM
Originally posted by SOLDOMATIC 325i
Is the leather BLUE?!

Yeah it was an option in the e36's... blue leather interior. Everything is blue! ... door panels, seats, etc... any replacement panels have to be special ordered from Germany! ..

Gurvinder
06-02-2004, 06:01 PM
^^^

Gurvinder
06-08-2004, 04:51 AM
Wat am i doing wrong? need to sell soon need money
Thanks Gurvinder

Gurvinder
06-11-2004, 02:44 PM
up^

Gurvinder
06-20-2004, 12:04 AM
^

Gurvinder
06-22-2004, 12:41 AM
price drop $8,299

AJL
06-22-2004, 02:38 PM
bump for a friend to see

Gurvinder
06-22-2004, 04:37 PM
taking any reasonable offers

n1tro
06-22-2004, 06:51 PM
Would you consider $5000? I need a winter beater.

Gurvinder
06-23-2004, 12:22 AM
sorry thats a bit to low for me

sonic07
06-23-2004, 11:36 AM
Originally posted by Gurvinder
Wat am i doing wrong? need to sell soon need money
Thanks Gurvinder

the km is a bit high.
the price is also a bit high. BTW: you had it down to 7700 bucks before, what happen?
you had that thump problem in the trunk ... did you get that fix?
sounds like suspension mount is broken from hard cornering or peeling out all the time.
did you have windshield problem?
are you selling the car as is or safetied & emission?
also need carfax report


certified my offer is 5300 bucks cash.

as is 4700 bucks cash.

Understated
06-23-2004, 12:12 PM
have you tried autotrader?

supersixone
06-23-2004, 01:49 PM
If you want consider $5100 Cert. or else its way too high KMs for the price...

Check the autotrader.ca they have 325I's with less KMs for around $8000

Gurvinder
06-23-2004, 04:40 PM
any trades ?

n1tro
06-23-2004, 05:30 PM
Too low? I think thats quite generous considering the issues you have with your car. Didn't you say in earlier threads that you curbed your car and smashed your front bumper (thus requiring a replacement)? In addition, you were also mentioning all the issues that the 92 e36 had that you didn't know about before you bought it?? Anyways, check autotrader to see how much your car is worth and you'll see my offer is very reasonable. Sides, I have the exact same car as you except its white and I only paid $8000 for it out the door and it only had 145Ks on it.

Originally posted by Gurvinder
sorry thats a bit to low for me

slemmer
06-23-2004, 06:00 PM
FYI, ADESA market guide (Dealer Block) in Canada reported a '92 325IA 4DR, 2.5L sale for $4700. I think $5000 or slightly less (for cash) is the going price. Of course, an Ontario Used Vehicle package will show the black book value, even though the current publications go back no farther back than '94 models for BMW.

Gurvinder
06-23-2004, 08:32 PM
sorry ill pass

sonic07
06-24-2004, 10:41 AM
Originally posted by slemmer
FYI, ADESA market guide (Dealer Block) in Canada reported a '92 325IA 4DR, 2.5L sale for $4700. I think $5000 or slightly less (for cash) is the going price. Of course, an Ontario Used Vehicle package will show the black book value, even though the current publications go back no farther back than '94 models for BMW.


Thanks for the INFO, I was thinking that was about the right price for what's the car worth in good condition.

n1tro
06-24-2004, 08:11 PM
Looks like he's got a keeper...

///MsAniTy
06-24-2004, 08:48 PM
but slemmer are any 325's goin for that price? if he has a set price then offering 3g's less will not work and also knowing nitro is your friend also.

n1tro
06-24-2004, 09:03 PM
Slemmer being my friend or not has nothing to do with this whole thing. There is actually a 92 yellow e36 with 167,000km asking for $6500 in the autotrader. So asking for an out of market price given the problems posted in prior threads is the issue here.

Jase
06-24-2004, 09:40 PM
Nice to know the things that had problems were fixed with nice new parts instead of buying the lets say ...92 yellow one in the trader and getting to fix some of the same stuff soon after your purchase.Not saying it will happen but lots of the replaced parts were common things on e36's.Then your 6500 bmw became a 9000 bmw.
Just my .02
Jase

Gurvinder
06-24-2004, 11:12 PM
thanks jase most parts have been updated like the water pump t-sat etc .

n1tro
06-25-2004, 02:57 PM
So I guess with this logic, if I were to put $3000 in upgrades in my car and needed to sell it a year down the road, I should just add on 3K to whatever the current market price is for the average e36 at the time?? That doesn't make any sense at all. You fix a car that you are driving on a daily basis because you have to and when you need to sell you try to recover everything you put into it?? And your comparision to yellow e36 in the autotrader is just too big of a leap to make it a good example of anything. The current market value of any car as listed in the black/blue book is for cars in good running condition. To assume the yellow e36 is on the verge of crapping out to justify an out of market price for another car is just flawed. Because if the yellow e36 is a piece of junk, then the selling price will not be the asking price of $6500 but rather a lot lower. Just my 2 cents.

Originally posted by Jase
Nice to know the things that had problems were fixed with nice new parts instead of buying the lets say ...92 yellow one in the trader and getting to fix some of the same stuff soon after your purchase.Not saying it will happen but lots of the replaced parts were common things on e36's.Then your 6500 bmw became a 9000 bmw.
Just my .02
Jase

Jase
06-25-2004, 10:34 PM
Well I am not going to say that my comparision is fair since i dont know the exact car. But what I will say is that you seem to expect a e36 that has had all the maintenence done and have all the stuff done to the car that will be issues soon after due to milage. All this for under 5g. If these market value cars are so frequent.BUY ONE. Dont stomp on a guys for sale thread because your offer was too low for him. And lets not use the excuse that your looking out for other members because we all know that usually that is just a load of shit.I put in my opinion that it is justified that he get something back out of HIS car for work done. If it is out of market then it wont sell. I am sure your concern is not that he deserves to get anything back more so that you get a e36 cheap. Not at any time did I say that he will get all his money back or that it is a good deal at 8500. Just that most e36's have some maintence that is not done and will need to be done on some of the "market value cars". More than enough people have posted cars for too much it dosent mean that your offer needed to be entertained. In close "if it is more than you want to spend dont buy it"
Jase:huh?:

n1tro
06-26-2004, 11:59 AM
You want to flame?! Let it begin...

"Well I am not going to say that my comparision is fair since i dont know the exact car."
So you admit your earlier comparision is irrelevant? Thanks for wasting a post for something useless.


"But what I will say is that you seem to expect a e36 that has had all the maintenence done and have all the stuff done to the car that will be issues soon after due to milage."
I expect to pay for what a car's worth. If it has had work done on it then thats great. If it hasn't then it will be worth less. My previous point was that the going rate for similar cars that are in good condition is a lot less.

"All this for under 5g."
Gurvinder asked for reasonable offers. I gave him one and screw you if you are insinuating that it's "low ball". Maybe you should direct your post to him not to set such an unrealistic price then maybe the car would sell. No where in my previous post did I want Gurvinder's car for under $5000. My first offer to him was $5000 cash straight up.

"If these market value cars are so frequent.BUY ONE."
I did buy one. Read more carefully, I wanted a second one for winter.

"Dont stomp on a guys for sale thread because your offer was too low for him."
Stomp?? I offered, he passed on it. End of thread. You are the one that bumped it to keep it alive.

"And lets not use the excuse that your looking out for other members because we all know that usually that is just a load of shit."
Where the hell did I ever say I was looking out for the other members?! Seems like you are the one coming to Gurvinder's aid so I guess you are the one full of sh|t.

"I put in my opinion that it is justified that he get something back out of HIS car for work done. If it is out of market then it wont sell. "
Fixing a car to get it back to stock can hardly be a justification to getting back some of the money back. For the other guys selling their e36 with performance mods, I can see your reason being justified. You're right on the last point. It won't sell in the market.

"I am sure your concern is not that he deserves to get anything back more so that you get a e36 cheap."
Screw yourself you dumbass. I'm offering what the market is asking for a stock 92 e36 with 200Ks on it. Getting something for what it's worth isn't getting something for "cheap".

"In close "if it is more than you want to spend dont buy it"
I ain't buying it and the car ain't selling. Your last statement again has nothing to do with anything. I can use the same logic and say "If it is more than you want to give up don't sell it".

sonic07
06-26-2004, 01:18 PM
Wat am i doing wrong? need to sell soon need money
Thanks Gurvinder

Originally posted by sonic07
the km is a bit high.
the price is also a bit high. BTW: you had it down to 7700 bucks before, what happen?
you had that thump problem in the trunk ... did you get that fix?
sounds like suspension mount is broken from hard cornering or peeling out all the time.
did you have windshield problem?
are you selling the car as is or safetied & emission?
also need carfax report


certified my offer is 5300 bucks cash.

as is 4700 bucks cash.

ok MY final offer is 5500 bucks cash - certified.

as for JASE .... are you selling or BUYING? .... or you're just confusing the issue. flame war post is bad ... we're going to see each other on the next meet.

I just sold my 1993 Honda Accord last month for 2800 bucks and in february i fork out 3000 bucks repair on it because it needed a tranny, break job, and tires but hey no big deal that what the car needed. it's just part of maintenance then after a couple months later i wanted to get rid of it and canadian black book shows it worth 3100 bucks, so SOLD for 2800 bucks cash as is.

well i don't suppose that you should sell it to me but if you can find a SUCKER written on his forehead for 8000 bucks then sell it fast.

let me know.
Thanks.

Gurvinder
07-04-2004, 06:29 PM
price drop $7700
and thanks for the offers sonic and nitro but im not going to let it go for that much