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brunp 01-16-2013 01:11 PM

FS: '98 BMW 328iS
 
My BMW 328iS is for sale. I found an M3 in Toronto, so I wanted to post this on extra early for MaxBimmer folks. It is in my barn now and not driveable, but accessible, so can show people the car. Won't be available till late April

Updated items to be sold with the 328iS:
- Koni Adjustable Shocks w/ BavAuto Springs
- Hartge II Short Shifter
- Comforti Shark Injector Tune
- Maintained beautifully by Derek Lamoureux @ Autovation since purchase.
- Carbon Fibre Hood with hood pins
- 17" rims with tread that is one season used.
- upgraded black interior and Vadar seats front/rear

Great car for anyone getting into Drivings Schools and wanting a nice car to drive around during the summer months.

http://pbrun.net/ForSale/328iS/pic1.jpg

http://pbrun.net/ForSale/328iS/pic2.jpg

http://pbrun.net/ForSale/328iS/pic3.jpg

Price point: $7000

StirlingM5 01-17-2013 07:48 AM

Lovely.

kms?

brunp 01-17-2013 10:20 AM

I always forget something. :-)

Approx. 285,000km. The old cluster wasn't working quite well, so I switched over to an M3 cluster from the U.S., so I have been approximating about 10,000km per year every time I registered the plates.

///tyron 01-19-2013 11:36 PM

You can price your car to whatever you want too, but $7000 for a pretty much stock, sub 290 thousand km's e36 is way over priced. Id reccomend installing the stock hood, wheels and headlights and lowering your price if youre serious about selling.

Just for reference usdm M3's are going for around $6k with less miles.

mhamouda 01-21-2013 09:48 AM

Nice pictures (Y)

JINT 01-28-2013 02:00 PM

Looks very clean, but still too rice for maxbimmer

brunp 01-28-2013 02:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JINT (Post 1596436)
Looks very clean, but still too rice for maxbimmer

wow....i have seen more examples of E36 BMW's that were more rice'd up then this.

Paul

dbworld4k 01-28-2013 08:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by brunp (Post 1596438)
wow....i have seen more examples of E36 BMW's that were more rice'd up then this.

Paul

Lol, ignore that and focus on re-evaluating your price to make a sale ;)

Jardine 01-31-2013 10:20 AM

I've personally seen this car before, as me and brunp traded suspension, and I can vouch that it's a very clean E36! Awesome colour too. glws!

brunp 04-02-2013 11:03 PM

SOLD. To my mechanic. He is converting it to a race car.


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