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Matt_P
06-28-2007, 06:18 AM
Unfortunately the time has come to part with my beloved M3. I've decided to move on to an E46 M3.

I don't normally post on maxbimmer but some of you may know me from bimmerforums where I've got over 3000 posts and 13 iTrader feedbacks.

Specs on the car:

95 M3 5speed with 80,000kms
Dove grey interior
original everything (even original tires, first time M3 owner cassette, and sales brochure behind the seat)
Clean title and absolutely NO accidents

Mods:

Euro HFM kit (sitting in box, installing next week)
AA gen 3 exhaust
H&R coilovers on full drop
UUC TME's
Vorshlag motor mounts
Motorsport x-brace
clears
blackout grilles
illuminated M knob

Recent service included replacing VANOS unit, VANOS solenoid, primary and secondary timing chain tensioners, and motul synthetic.

Having only ever been in the possesion of certified BMW freaks the car is perfect and needs absolutely NOTHING. As many of you may know I'm an experienced M3 owner and have had one more M3 prior to this as well as an M3 conversion both of which I had performed major surgery on in my own garage. Many guys know me from the parts they've bought from me and can attest to my BMW knowledge and obsession. The previous owner was also a BMW fanatic and had the car as part of his collection in a heated garage (he also moved on to an E46 M3). If you're looking for a well taken care of E36 M3 this is the one.


Exterior: 9.5/10
Interior: 9.5/10
Mechanicals: 10/10

The price is set at $26,000 obo.

Serious buyers only please. Lowballers and tire kickers can stay at home and enjoy the pics.

This is the probably the nicest E36 M3 in the lower mainland and is meant for a serious automotive enthusiast so if you're a teeny bopper with dreams of grandeur and 15k in the bank please just go buy a 325.

Thanks for looking.



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the crud on the lip is just brake dust that caught some beads of water
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notjoe
06-28-2007, 09:41 AM
This is the probably the nicest E36 M3 in the lower mainland and is meant for a serious automotive enthusiast so if you're a teeny bopper with dreams of grandeur and 15k in the bank please just go buy a 325.


Your car is absolutely mint.

I see e36m3s for like 15k now adays (not in the shape youres is) , so those teeny boppers can still dream ;P

VSanj
06-28-2007, 09:53 AM
Very Clean, I dont think i have ever seen a E36 M3 in that good shape!!!!

Michel
06-28-2007, 10:51 AM
^ I dont think ive seen any E36 with that shape, or any car thats not fresh off the lot with such a clean paintjob...there are NO swirls on that BLACK car.

Nascar318is
06-28-2007, 11:40 AM
I jizzed myself.. Nice car and Goodluck on the sale! Only if I had the money and I'm almost in my 30's lol

denisemichel
06-28-2007, 12:18 PM
Holly Krap if you werent to tell us its original paint i would say it was repainted for sure... but still its a mint M3 just look at those sexy seats *mw*

propr'one
06-28-2007, 12:54 PM
how do you still have the original tirse for the car if there's 80000kms on the car.

Tom
06-28-2007, 02:13 PM
ahah thats what I wanted to know, 80, 000 on tires u must baby the thing :P

Matt_P
06-28-2007, 04:55 PM
Thanks for all the kind words guys.


The first owner was an older gentleman and the car (tires and all) was completely babied. When my mechanic opened up the valve cover to replace the VANOS he said the car prolly never even saw past 5000rpm till I bought it.

kruler
06-28-2007, 05:34 PM
beautiful car but way overpriced even for this condition IMO, I think it will be tough to find someone willing to pay that much of a premium for a 95

soon2b-e
06-28-2007, 06:56 PM
dude, you live in OAKVILLE, he lives over in B.C, bimmers....actually all cars run for a higher premium over there, plus, like i always tell everyone, you get what you pay for... you can buy a m3 for 17k sure, but how many k's, records, what condition is the paint in, how well the car has been looked after...
thats like saying you can get your 5.99 breakfest steak and comparing it to my steak i got at the keg or at oscars...

Matt_P
06-28-2007, 07:06 PM
beautiful car but way overpriced even for this condition IMO, I think it will be tough to find someone willing to pay that much of a premium for a 95
I don't know what the market is like where you live but 26k for a mint M3 is not overpriced.

Like someone else said you can get an M3 for 17k but what you pay for is what you get. I've seen those "deals" haha talk about beat up.


Please don't crap on my thread. *wave*

Matt_P
06-29-2007, 07:59 AM
bump!

Matt_P
06-30-2007, 06:50 AM
willing to take a partial trade on a Ducati 748 (or similar Duc) :)

Matt_P
07-02-2007, 07:11 AM
bump

Matt_P
07-06-2007, 04:36 PM
Bump