Second the PITA. You'll get tons of deadbeats at your door expecting stuff for nothing, or backing out of deals, not showing up when promised, or knocking on your door at 10pm asking if they can return the part because they spent more than they could afford. (yes, this has actually happened)
I'd look at the "high value" easy to sell stuff, add it up and decide if it is worth it to YOU. Maxbimmer buyers are cheapskates: you can do better with a lot of things if you're willing to ship.
Big stuff: E36 M3 front end for E30 five lug swappers. (I'd be interested in your front suspension, for example). Engine/ECU/trans, LSD, Vaders if in good condition, mirrors, M3 bumpers etc.
You should get $4-5k out if it without too much trouble, if the high value parts are in good shape, but there are a LOT of variables at play here, so take that with a grain of salt.
In my experience: taking the car apart is the easy part. Dealing with the people is when it gets frustrating and time consuming.
1998 328i "M-tech"
2001 TDI Golf. 1300km/tank commuter. Boring, slow, cheap.
1991 P-car: 964c4 Let the porcupine jokes commence.
Gone: '99 M3 vert, '98 M3 sedan, '91 E30, '89 E30, '87 E30, '91 Euro M5, '93 6-speed Corvette, STI v8 swapped '98 Impreza, '73 2002, 2004 325iT
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