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Old 01-27-2004, 03:07 PM   #1
Clarus
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Buying a 325is E36



Hey Guys. I'm new to posting, but I've been reading for a while.

I've been looking to buy a nice BMW for some time now, and after all of my research it seems like I can't stop thinking about the 325is. I definatly want a 2 door manual, and I'm not as fond of the older models.

The real question is, I'm shelling out about $7k, and I've found a few for sale in my area (Philadelphia), but is that too cheap to expect to get a car that will run? I was really hoping for a 93-94 model, but I have only found one that fits my price and is a 94.

Secondly, what should I be looking for. I have a good handle on basics to look for when buying a car ( A hard lesson learned after my 93 Corrado SLC caught fire 3 months after purchase), but besides the water pump, what are other things that I should be looking at when purchasing a car?

Thirdly, anyone want to give me theirs and save me all of this hassel?


thanx,
Ben
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