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Old 10-28-2010, 03:22 PM   #1
northmiler89
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Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Lil Rhody
Posts: 140
My Ride: 97 TV M3/03 CB M3
97 M3 Sedan- New Low Price $3800

Ok I had my Technoviolet for sale, but no one is biting and I really want to get it sold..

So if you want tons of pics, maintenance, etc check here (at $3800 it comes with stock ds1 wheels): http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=798298

1997 Technoviolet M3 Sedan. I will sell it stock for $3,800 OBO. Everyone complains that they would buy it if it was a manual. So here it is $2,000 less than I was asking. Buy it and spend the -$1k on the 5sp swap.

I have a set of HR Street Performance coilovers on the car. I can sell them on the car for $4600. I also have a UUC CBE on it that can be included for $200 more.

Problems:
-Drivers side window regulator just failed
-Comes with stock wheels (not in super shape but mechanically fine) but needs fresh tires
-The spoiler brake light doesnt work "Brake circuit problem", but it has the 3rd brake light in the rear window that is working.
-Automatic
-If bought in stock for you are going to want new struts in the near future

-The oil drain bolt was threaded by the PO and leaks lightly. I am having it fixed so it is all set, but it will not have an OEM bmw oil drain bolt. (Not a problem, just disclosing it)

Edit: By the way, I have a brand new in box, replacement drivers window regulator that will come with the car as well...

I also have a set of VMR V710s that are in some of the pics available. They have 3 brand new tires but needs 1 new rear tire. I blew out one of the rears about a week ago and since I am selling the car, I really dont care to replace it. We could arrange me replacing it, if you want it with the car or something if you would like..



I 110% own this car. It is 100% insured and registered to me. However, in Rhode Island cars that are 10yrs or older do not require a title. Only a registration with the prior owners name on it to prove that it was purchased legally and that the PO didnt steal it. I HAVE the title, but it is not in my name. When the PO bought it from Arizona the title was signed to him. He didnt get the title put in his name because RI doesnt require it and I didnt either. So in order for my to get a title in my name I have to sell the car to the PO, have him get the title, sell it back to me and have me get the title to sell to you.

A lot of states do the same thing but each has different year requirements. In RI it is 10yrs, other states it is 8 yrs, 15yrs or 25yrs (has to be an antique reg to count).

I have no problem driving the car to you, etc. Hell if you are in Georgia or something, I will drive it to like North Carolina and take a train back (buyers expense but it wont be very expensive).

Last edited by northmiler89; 10-29-2010 at 01:11 PM.
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