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turkeysandwich29 09-07-2012 12:31 AM

WTB 04-06 e46 m3 in SoCal. Details inside.
 
Hello everyone. I've been looking for quite some time now and still have not found an m3 that I like. Hopefully with your help I may be able to find one soon!

What I'm looking for:
2004-2006 BMW M3.
Coupe. Not interested in convertibles at all.
<70k miles.
Exterior Color: Anything excluding alpine white, carbon black, imola red.
Interior Color: Anything excluding grey.
Fine with SMG or 6MT.
The more options, the better.
Clean Title.
All paperwork of scheduled maintenance.
Must be located in Southern California!

Let me know what you've got!
The best way to reach me is via email at rtadj@me.com, or you can just pm me here.
Thanks! :thumbup:

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dcdude68 09-29-2012 12:43 PM

I'm going through the same process with a cabriolet. Problem with the SoCal cars is that people drive them all day every day and pile the miles on. I recommend expanding your search geographically. Get a PPI remotely. Fly out, drive home. Easy. Get to know your car on the way home.

That will wrap up this process for you much more quickly. You can find PPI shops here and on Bimmerforums. Even Yelp rates shops now.

turkeysandwich29 09-30-2012 03:03 PM

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Originally Posted by dcdude68 (Post 14772982)
I'm going through the same process with a cabriolet. Problem with the SoCal cars is that people drive them all day every day and pile the miles on. I recommend expanding your search geographically. Get a PPI remotely. Fly out, drive home. Easy. Get to know your car on the way home.

That will wrap up this process for you much more quickly. You can find PPI shops here and on Bimmerforums. Even Yelp rates shops now.

Thanks for the advice but due to school and work, I am limited to finding something local and am unable to travel at the moment! :ben:

dcdude68 09-30-2012 08:13 PM

There's always shipping, via Intercity Lines, etc., but you need to factor in the $1,500+ into the price of the car. In other words, for a great deal, it's worth it.

turkeysandwich29 10-02-2012 02:10 AM

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turkeysandwich29 10-06-2012 01:53 AM

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