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thinair 06-05-2002 02:43 AM

A 95 M3 for under $30g's
 
What are the going prices for this car (in CDN funds), I can't find any in the autotrader........

I'd rather have a 95 over a 96 due to tuning reasons, and cash flow differences in insurance.

SickFinga 06-05-2002 07:04 PM

They are rare on Trader, dunno why.
You will not save alot on the insurance, but you will save enough money buying 95 over 97. (there is no 96 m3s in canada)

95 doesn't have traction control, whatch out for those turns, also forget about speeding when the road is wet, and no driving during the winter.
I bought 97 m3 just because f the traction control, safty first!

Autotechnica 06-05-2002 10:16 PM

Try the "European" AutoTrader, there are lots of M3's, even Euro specs! You should be able to find some '95 M3's with higher milage for under $40K

Bryan

hawai-Ian 06-05-2002 10:43 PM

Found 2!
 
http://search.trader.ca/Results.asp?...&mdnm=M3&CAT=1

thinair 06-05-2002 11:40 PM

Yeah, i was looking at the 96 M3 in the autotrader.ca earlier, 91,000km, not too bad, but i'd still want a 95, i wouldn't mind keeping the ODBI.

SickFinga 06-06-2002 01:30 AM

This is not 96.
Either it is late 95, or 96 imported from US which I highly doubt.

Spartiatis 06-06-2002 03:11 AM

Why do they not have 96 m3's here?

thinair 06-06-2002 06:46 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by SickFinga
This is not 96.
Either it is late 95, or 96 imported from US which I highly doubt.

Hmmm, so maybe it is a 3.0L, i'll have to call him and get the VIN to double check....


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