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Old 27th April 2016, 11:11 AM   #21
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PS. You need to rip the tints off. It doesn't do justice to the spec.
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Old 27th April 2016, 11:39 AM   #22
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Very Nice, Good luck with the sale.
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Old 27th April 2016, 12:40 PM   #23
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OP - I fired you a PM yesterday but no answer ??
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Old 27th April 2016, 07:24 PM   #24
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Old 27th April 2016, 07:42 PM   #25
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what a beaut
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Old 27th April 2016, 07:42 PM   #26
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Available soon at a dealer for 25k
This.

16k is a steal I think.
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Old 27th April 2016, 08:01 PM   #27
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Gutted !!!
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Old 27th April 2016, 10:25 PM   #28
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Great car for a great price !
Makes most e46 m3s at this age look expensive
Let's hope a dealer hasn't bought it
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Old 27th April 2016, 10:45 PM   #29
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Great car for a great price !
Makes most e46 m3s at this age look expensive
Let's hope a dealer hasn't bought it
Anyone selling a car to a dealer who is approaching the seller says your price is too low.
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Old 27th April 2016, 11:37 PM   #30
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Cmon guys seriously?

I did a bit of research as he never answered my post as to who GP Autos were. A quick trip to the address via Google Street view show "the premises" and the master mechanic hard at work. On you go, I dare you to look.

No mention of this company at companies house and no VAT number on the stamp.

Hexagon wouldn't have paid anywhere near the asking price for this Mickey mouse service history.

When people look at buying a car posted on here, do they ever read the earlier posts of the sellers?

If the lucky buyer was on here, he can throw away his tools and buy a selection of hammers

http://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/showthread.php?t=131882


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E46 M3 Manual. ABS pressure sensor fault.

I have two warning lights what come on now and then. 1 is the ESP light and the warning light. I plugged a diagnostics machine and it says it's the ABS pressure sensor. I tried resetting the lights and giving the ABS unit a bang with the hammer but it still comes on. Does anyone have any info on what I would need to do. I have been told that I may have to send my unit off as the sensor is inside it. But I have also been told there's 2 sensors below the unit and that it's one of them. Help would be appreciated Thanks.


Now one minute we are using a diagnostic machine and then we are hitting the abs unit with a hammer. Why not take it to GP Autos who have been competent enough to maintain the car since 2008 instead of posting on here?

Congratulations to all who missed out on this beauty!

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Old 28th April 2016, 01:23 AM   #31
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This is such a beautiful car. I didn't know you could have the full gear box color coded with the leather. Is that factory?

A well priced car in my opinion. I would contact Hexagon Classics as they would snap this up and relist it for +20k.

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Old 28th April 2016, 05:18 AM   #32
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Cmon guys seriously?

I did a bit of research as he never answered my post as to who GP Autos were. A quick trip to the address via Google Street view show "the premises" and the master mechanic hard at work. On you go, I dare you to look.

No mention of this company at companies house and no VAT number on the stamp.

Hexagon wouldn't have paid anywhere near the asking price for this Mickey mouse service history.

When people look at buying a car posted on here, do they ever read the earlier posts of the sellers?

If the lucky buyer was on here, he can throw away his tools and buy a selection of hammers

http://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/showthread.php?t=131882


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E46 M3 Manual. ABS pressure sensor fault.

I have two warning lights what come on now and then. 1 is the ESP light and the warning light. I plugged a diagnostics machine and it says it's the ABS pressure sensor. I tried resetting the lights and giving the ABS unit a bang with the hammer but it still comes on. Does anyone have any info on what I would need to do. I have been told that I may have to send my unit off as the sensor is inside it. But I have also been told there's 2 sensors below the unit and that it's one of them. Help would be appreciated Thanks.


Now one minute we are using a diagnostic machine and then we are hitting the abs unit with a hammer. Why not take it to GP Autos who have been competent enough to maintain the car since 2008 instead of posting on here?

Congratulations to all who missed out on this beauty!
I was also surprised at the service history on a car with such low miles and condition
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Old 28th April 2016, 05:36 AM   #33
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Cmon guys seriously?

I did a bit of research as he never answered my post as to who GP Autos were. A quick trip to the address via Google Street view show "the premises" and the master mechanic hard at work. On you go, I dare you to look.

No mention of this company at companies house and no VAT number on the stamp.

Hexagon wouldn't have paid anywhere near the asking price for this Mickey mouse service history.

When people look at buying a car posted on here, do they ever read the earlier posts of the sellers?

If the lucky buyer was on here, he can throw away his tools and buy a selection of hammers

http://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/showthread.php?t=131882


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E46 M3 Manual. ABS pressure sensor fault.

I have two warning lights what come on now and then. 1 is the ESP light and the warning light. I plugged a diagnostics machine and it says it's the ABS pressure sensor. I tried resetting the lights and giving the ABS unit a bang with the hammer but it still comes on. Does anyone have any info on what I would need to do. I have been told that I may have to send my unit off as the sensor is inside it. But I have also been told there's 2 sensors below the unit and that it's one of them. Help would be appreciated Thanks.


Now one minute we are using a diagnostic machine and then we are hitting the abs unit with a hammer. Why not take it to GP Autos who have been competent enough to maintain the car since 2008 instead of posting on here?

Congratulations to all who missed out on this beauty!
What's wrong with you seriously all you want to do is drag me down. If you actually wanted the buy the car then you would have took the time to give me a call and talk like a human being instead of wasting your time private messaging me on forums what I don't tend to look at every minute to check for messages. That's why I left my number for serious buyers. But it's ok youve missed out in a car what has been cared for for the last 7 years by a mechanic owned M3. What a fool you really are
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Old 28th April 2016, 05:53 AM   #34
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I was also surprised at the service history on a car with such low miles and condition
Why's that then? The car has done 10000 miles in 7 years but yes it needs servicing every year doesn't it. People really are stupid. Keep your comments to yourself and don't jeopardise my sale
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Old 28th April 2016, 06:26 AM   #35
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This is the best E46 M3 I have seen, I wanted it and still do if the sale falls through.

Under 20k miles
Estoril Blue with Extended Lotus white leather
Facelift with every extra
and a manual.

Bloody rare beautiful car.

I wanted to leave a deposit over the phone, but he had the now buyer on the way.

Fair play to the seller.
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Old 28th April 2016, 07:36 AM   #36
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This is the best E46 M3 I have seen, I wanted it and still do if the sale falls through.

Under 20k miles
Estoril Blue with Extended Lotus white leather
Facelift with every extra
and a manual.

Bloody rare beautiful car.

I wanted to leave a deposit over the phone, but he had the now buyer on the way.

Fair play to the seller.
Thanks for your comments nice to see some genuine people out there
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Old 28th April 2016, 07:58 AM   #37
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What's wrong with you seriously all you want to do is drag me down. If you actually wanted the buy the car then you would have took the time to give me a call and talk like a human being instead of wasting your time private messaging me on forums what I don't tend to look at every minute to check for messages. That's why I left my number for serious buyers. But it's ok youve missed out in a car what has been cared for for the last 7 years by a mechanic owned M3. What a fool you really are
Mechanic owned? , I thought it was your dad who owned it for five years and you for two?

Are you now both mechanics or was your dad the mechanic at GP autos who couldn't even fill in the service book with the same coloured pen. Your posts on here reflect the mechanical ability of the care of this car.

Cared for by a hammer weilding moron.

I've missed out in nothing and my cash is safe in the bank so If I'm a fool, I'm a fortunate one!

Just be thankful you got it sold son
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Old 28th April 2016, 08:00 AM   #38
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Why's that then? The car has done 10000 miles in 7 years but yes it needs servicing every year doesn't it. People really are stupid. Keep your comments to yourself and don't jeopardise my sale
How is the sale jeopardised? Some mugs left a deposit, do the decent thing and give him the hammer to put in with the toolkit
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Old 28th April 2016, 08:16 AM   #39
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Not everybody services a car every year if it hardly is driven and not everybody takes it to a specialist just to have the oil and filters changed. The car looks beautiful and I would buy it in a blink of an eye and put it through an inspection 2. Forums have idiots who slate cars without actually being interested. It's what puts people off advertising on here. It looked superb in the pictures and wouldn't need a BMW stamp every year for my approval!! Well done and if it does fall through do pm me as I'll buy it immediately!!
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Old 28th April 2016, 09:19 AM   #40
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OP - I fired you a PM yesterday but no answer ??
I did too, waiting for confirmation of service history details. Ah well. Its snowing anyway lol
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