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wesk 01-29-2013 11:02 AM

2003 330zhp Six Speed Manual CLT NC PRICE REDUCED
 
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For sale is my 2003 330 zhp six speed. The car runs and drives great. The car has most of what I would consider typical options for this vehicle (grey leather, alacantra wheel, Nav system, sunroof, HK sound, HID lights). Everything works. The car has 76k miles on it. My asking price is 8500 $

The only "negative" is the car is a repaired wreck (from total loss). While the car is certainly not perfect (a couple of hail dents, rock chips on the front, and most of the ductwork leading to the radiator was never replaced from the wreck) it is a GREAT car that gets lots of comments. When I purchased the car, I had intended to replace all of the plastic ductwork, which I priced from Tischer BMW at 500$. After making it through our warmest summer in my lifetime with no issues (temp gauge ran at exactly same point as it does in winter), I just never got around to it.

When I purchased the car it only had 45k miles on it, and I got an excellent deal. I drive to alot of remote construction sites, and if I continue ot drive it, it will not remain a nice vehicle long. I am going back to driving beaters, and am letting it go for what I consider to be an excellent price considering the mileage. Mechanically you will not find a better deal. While I describe the car as not perfect, I do get lots of nice car/rich guy comments (I consider this odd for a 9 year old car, but whatever). I will also throw on in the ebay diagnostics/programming tool that allows you to see/service/diagnose/reset various things VIA a PC. I think the one I bought was "BMW Scan." I used this to half the factory service intervals from 15k miles to 7500 miles, and the car has gotten the Castrol Euro Formula that meets the oddball BMW oil spec since I have owned it.

MR2NoVA 01-29-2013 09:35 PM

9k for a salvage title? glws

wesk 01-29-2013 09:45 PM

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Originally Posted by MR2NoVA (Post 15109590)
9k for a salvage title? glws

Looking at other ads on this site, this is a solid 30% cheaper than the asking price of vehicles with higher mileage. I am honest about history/condition and it makes an excellent driver. Prices are always negotiable.

Typically the largest problem with this is obtaining a loan, and I do have the # of an institution that would provide a loan for this vehicle, for this value.

mitfa911 01-29-2013 11:38 PM

Great looking car. Good luck with the sale. After 10 years old who would mind if the car has a rebuilt title if it has been fixed correctly. You would always get a hater making bad comments. 9000 seems reasonable for a low mileage ZHP. My convertible is a rebuilt title and I have owned it for the past 5 years with no issues.

patrickmurray2 01-29-2013 11:50 PM

Dont be scared of rebuilt titles everybody if it was done correctly they are fine/ reliable cars my old 328i was a rebuilt title and had zero problems at all its a great looking car by the way good luck :D

nmarquis84 01-31-2013 09:16 AM

there's always 1 isn't there?
nice car, decent price. good luck.

cv129 01-31-2013 10:02 PM

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Originally Posted by wesk (Post 15109628)
Looking at other ads on this site, this is a solid 30% cheaper than the asking price of vehicles with higher mileage. I am honest about history/condition and it makes an excellent driver. Prices are always negotiable.

Typically the largest problem with this is obtaining a loan, and I do have the # of an institution that would provide a loan for this vehicle, for this value.

At this price, if the buyer needs to get a loan, it's not the right car for him

BLKZHPWoG 01-31-2013 10:17 PM

Do you know the full details of the wreck and what was fixed/not fixed, other than the front bumper missing the plastic ducts?

wesk 01-31-2013 10:18 PM

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Originally Posted by cv129 (Post 15117635)
At this price, if the buyer needs to get a loan, it's not the right car for him

While I agree with you, I am simply stating I have an institution that would issue a loan on this vehicle, for this price.

wesk 01-31-2013 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by BLKZHPWoG (Post 15117666)
Do you know the full details of the wreck and what was fixed/not fixed, other than the front bumper missing the plastic ducts?

No I don't. We used to repair salvage vehicles frequently (I purchased this car already repaired). From What I can see, it likely ran into something in the front, and was then rear ended. I don't think the front end damage got past the radiator support. I can see evidence a "short tail" was likely put on the car (not quite the entire trunk).

I can tell you the typical signs of hard/structural wreck are not there. I have put 30k miles on the car without changing the front tires, and they still have life left in them (meaning alignment is not jacked/impossible to get right). The car is a nice, but not perfect car.

wesk 02-04-2013 09:53 PM

Still for sale. Actually drove it today, and I will REALLY miss this car when its gone.

Jayxx19 02-05-2013 11:05 AM

Bump GLWS I'd be all over this if I didn't just buy my 135. I love zhp's

Bert336 02-07-2013 03:22 PM

please post more overall pictures and if possible pictures of the damaged. Thanks

E46Enthusiast20 02-07-2013 05:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Bert336 (Post 15139948)
please post more overall pictures and if possible pictures of the damaged. Thanks

He bought the car repaired I don't think he has pics of the damage. Look at the previous comments.....

GLWS bud! Who cares if its salvaged. It was repaired right. It's a 10 year old BMW. People still think these cars are new. lol.

blizzard424 02-07-2013 06:02 PM

$9K and a PPI could make a good deal for someone. GLWS.

adamv7010 02-07-2013 09:11 PM

Trades?

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wesk 02-07-2013 09:48 PM

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Originally Posted by adamv7010 (Post 15141135)
Trades?

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Need money, not another car. Sorry.

adamv7010 02-09-2013 11:43 PM

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Originally Posted by wesk (Post 15141270)
Need money, not another car. Sorry.

Bikes?

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wesk 02-22-2013 11:56 AM

Still for sale. Just so everyone is clear, I love the car and am selling it because I need to free up some cash. I am not interested in trades, sorry.

I also wanted to point out this is OBO, price is not firm.

Bake 02-22-2013 01:43 PM

At 76k, I think this is a fair deal on this car! GLWS


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