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6cylinder 03-24-2013 10:17 AM

98 e36 for sale
 
Just going to throw this out there. I have a 98 328i arctic silver for sale. Making room for another car. Lots of xtras including black m3 seats (vadors) and performance exhaust and suspension. Any interests can pm me or threw thread.

SamE30e 03-24-2013 11:24 AM

Price? Pictures?

BmW1819 03-24-2013 06:09 PM

This car has lots of good goodies bump for a great guy

Murchie 03-24-2013 10:14 PM

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Originally Posted by SamE30e (Post 1602965)
Price? Pictures?

HOw about little bit more info, along with this ^

6cylinder 03-25-2013 06:14 PM

Sorry guys was just throwing it out.
98 328i 4

Car runs great
-m3 seats front and rear ( also still have the original)
-m3 mirrors
-m3 front spoiler
Eibach springs
Bilstein shocks
Strut tower bar
Carbon fiber intake carbino carbon fiber valve cover
Stromung cat back exhaust (plus still have original)
New depot head lights xenon with led rings
Style 44 rims for summer Mille milia for winter
Tinted
Crome shift knob
Alpine mp3 sterio
And few other parts not mentioned

Hope that sparks interest, car has to go soon. Pics can be emailed I don't have any on this iPad at the moment....

TSI 03-25-2013 07:00 PM

Price? KMs?

dbworld4k 03-25-2013 07:05 PM

If you are even remotely serious about fishing the market for your car, you need to list it properly. That means: detailed pictures, recent maintenance, full list of options and/or modifications, mileage and price. Do it as if you are looking for a fire sale tomorrow morning. It's the only way to garner any real interest. I can't fathom how sellers do not comprehend this. You are a seller, that means you are trying to convince someone to spend their money with YOU and not elsewhere. The onus is on YOU to make a presentable case.

When people see broken, disjointed "listings" devoid of necessary information, they have ZERO interest in pursuing your ad and move to the next one, and you lose out.

Put some effort in and make a proper listing. It's not difficult.

Barnsdale 03-25-2013 09:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dbworld4k (Post 1603175)
If you are even [b]remotely serious[b] about fishing the market for your car, you need to list it properly. That means: detailed pictures, recent maintenance, full list of options and/or modifications, mileage and price. Do it as if you are looking for a fire sale tomorrow morning. It's the only way to garner any real interest. I can't fathom how sellers do not comprehend this. You are a seller, that means you are trying to convince someone to spend their money with YOU and not elsewhere. The onus is on YOU to make a presentable case.

When people see broken, disjointed "listings" devoid of necessary information, they have ZERO interest in pursuing your ad and move to the next one, and you lose out.

Put some effort in and make a proper listing. It's not difficult.

+1 make a real ad lol

lvan 03-26-2013 01:03 AM

Looks clean, but we need some recent pictures.

Murchie 03-26-2013 09:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dbworld4k (Post 1603175)
If you are even remotely serious about fishing the market for your car, you need to list it properly. That means: detailed pictures, recent maintenance, full list of options and/or modifications, mileage and price. Do it as if you are looking for a fire sale tomorrow morning. It's the only way to garner any real interest. I can't fathom how sellers do not comprehend this. You are a seller, that means you are trying to convince someone to spend their money with YOU and not elsewhere. The onus is on YOU to make a presentable case.

When people see broken, disjointed "listings" devoid of necessary information, they have ZERO interest in pursuing your ad and move to the next one, and you lose out.

Put some effort in and make a proper listing. It's not difficult.

lol...I feel the exact same way!

6cylinder 03-26-2013 07:12 PM

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Well here goes and thanks and sorry to the thread haters lol, and i agree it was lacking lol
I have a 98 328i for sale with approx 250xxx kilometers
A long list of tastefull mods are as follows..

Engine runs great, pretty well stock
carbon fiber intake (carbonio) with valve cover as well

SUSPENSION
Seibach springs lowered .5 not slammed by any means
bilstein front and rear
strut brace
EXHAUST stromung cat back (sounds amazing best sounding cat back for e36)
EXTERIOR
M3 mirriors
M3 front bumper including splitters
arctic silver in colour with tint
depot headlights new exenon with led rings
INTERIOR
M3 seats(vadors) i have original in great shape
crome shift knob and ebrake button
RIMS
type 44s 17in tires like new have 5 in total
winter rims mille miglia snows like new as well

looking to get about 3000 for it all .

THE UGLY - there is rust coming out on the drivers door and a bit at the bottom of the drivers
- just broke the hood release latch yesterday
- exhaust leak mechanic says its just the flange
Hope that gives more insite boys....
PM me if you want to chat.........

6cylinder 03-29-2013 11:55 AM

Car is sold !!!!


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