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Old 05-04-2013, 05:18 PM   #1
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Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Waterloo
Posts: 505
1989 e30 325i convertible for sale

For sale is a 1989 BMW 325i convertible. $7750 OBO

Car has been recently overhauled with:
-Eibach pro springs
-KYB shocks
-Brand new brakes all around (Meyle discs, Pagid pads)
-Brand new convertible top (OEM Sonnenland canvas) with brand new top tensioning straps
-Timing belt, water pump replaced
-Complete cooling system overhaul with all new hoses
-New Hankook tires with only 5k on them
-E36 leather armrest console retrofitted.

-Car is 5spd manual, clutch is in perfect shape, shifts very smoothly.
-Perfect condition ellipsoid projector headlights, no scratches or hazing
-Beige leather interior (not vinyl) in good condition. some scuffing on drivers side seat bolsters, and small tears in back seat. 3 spoke leather wrapped wheel and ZHP leather shift knob in excellent condition. Custom leather e-brake handle and boot installed.
Car is completely rot-free, minor surface rust in a few non-showing areas (hey, its a 25 year old car what do you expect?)

Paint is decent original BMW Schwartz black, there are scratches and hazing, and one area on the hood where the top coat has chipped a bit. Not top quality show car paint, but not horrible either.

Car runs great, no overheating issues, driveline vibrations or clunks. These m20 motors are very strong, and the only thing that kills them is timing belt failure, and that is replaced.

PM or email me for more pics
Afranklin1-cc (at) conestogac (dot) on (dot) ca
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