2003 BMW 530i Ottawa
Sadly she must go :-(
Another baby on the way and we've come to the conclusion that a....I can't say it....VAN is the way to go. *sad*
I bought this car from Mike (mstearnsy) shortly before he died. It was one of his last cars sold :(
Titanium Silver Metallic exterior
Black leather interior
Automatic transmission - 5 Speed w/Steptronic
16" standard wheels and winter tires (lots of tread left)
Montana Leather seats - in great condition
10-way power seats
3 memory driver's seat
Heated front seats
Heated steering wheel
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
Rear Sunshades (one quarter shade broken)
Premium sound system - 12 speakers
Factory alarm system (motion, tilt and impact sensors)
Power windows - auto up and down on all windows
Auto-dimming mirrors - rear and side
Fold-down rear seats with ski pass and bag
Traction control (TSC)
Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)
---Items replaced in the last 18 months---
New brakes - front calipers, front and rear rotors and pads
All suspension bushings and linkages have been replaced
Replaced CCV/PCV and associated tubes
Water-pump - metal impeller
Steering rack and tie rod ends
Will need nothing for safety. Will get certified for the right price. I just don't have the time to get it now.
7.4 L/100kms on the highway
iPod and aux input ($250)
Thule roof rack, fairing and two bike mounts ($350)
17" 530i sport wheels and summer tires ($500)
Front bumper has lots of road rash and is missing one fog light thanks to the previous owner. Does not affect safety inspection.
I absolutely love this car and I will be sad to see it go. I will have to replace my daily beater at some point with something more fun to make up for the lack of BMW.
Some lady coming from Kapuskasing a day early for a meeting so she can see the car.
Bump for the weekend.
I seriously thought there would be more interest in the car. Only two e-mails from kijiji so far.
I love the E39 wagon! But with the amount of travel we do a van is very convenient. Whoever is not driving will be sitting in the very back entertaining both kids. I thought about an SUV, even test drove a few. My wife has hip problems so her turning around all the time wouldn't happen.
I have thought about it long and hard and unfortunately the van is the way to go for us. I will put it to goo use that's for sure, no more calling friends to use their pick up trucks to move things.
Yeah, when you have those kind of requirements it makes sense. Good luck.
Need new rear brake line flex hoses for safety. I have them in hand and they will be done.
Apparently it won't pass safety check without the fog light either. Funny how it "passed" when I bought it and it didn't have a fog light. Also have this already and it will be replaced.
And finally the driver's side mirror is discolored and will be replaced.
So it will be certified.
I need this gone soon.
$8,900 takes it
after I replace the items above of course.
Or $8700 and I'll give you the parts and you can do it yourself.
free bump - but if you need a van, let me know - family members own one of the larger used family vehicle dealerships in the GTA. Over 250 cars stocked...
I doubt I'll travel anywhere to get a vehicle, but shoot me a link.
SOLD SOLD SOLD
I don't want to shop for a van :(
Dare I say it, that was a great deal for the buyer.
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