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Old 02-26-2013, 05:27 PM   #5
Jom30
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Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Melbourne, Australia
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My Ride: BMW e46 M3
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Originally Posted by DeclanM3 View Post
Looks great! GLWS.

Only advise would be to only offer the price with RWC. Offering a car for 2k less without one could imply there are things wrong with the car that will take 2k to fix to the point where it can get a RWC and we all know how easy it is to pass a RWC!
Thanks Declan, good tip and I did consider that approach.

I had this checked out regarding roadworthy items prior to placing the ad and basically the cost of these items to fix and then obtain RWC is around $1,800.

With my approach the buyer would have the opportunity to do this themselves or I am happy to arrange this prior to sale.

Cheers
Jeremy
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