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Old 02-26-2013, 08:42 PM   #8
DeclanM3
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Originally Posted by Jom30 View Post
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
Not sure about other states but it's illegal to sell a registered car without a RWC. Therefore there is often the perception that the if seller can't be bothered with a RWC then they probably haven't been very bothered with maintenance or they are trying to hide something.

I doubt that's the case here but that's what people will think.

Personally I wouldn't even enquire on an M3 if it had that written in the advertisement.
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