E36 M3 Prices Gone Crazy

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  1. 17 Jun 2020 at 9:25 PM #41
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    To the OP, I inboxed you about my evo saloon. Have been holding off listing my car for sale as I really would love to keep it, but it gets nowhere near enough use, and with a new baby on the way in September that's not going to change soon. Will get a proper ad up soon, and in meantime if anyone wants any info please get in touch. Cheers!
     
  2. 20 Jun 2020 at 9:08 PM #42
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  3. 20 Jun 2020 at 9:12 PM #43
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    I've changed my mind again and decided to keep for now. Only problem is it's under a cover on the drive, if it was in a garage it wouldn't have been a consideration at all. Hopefully at the next house...
     
  4. 21 Jun 2020 at 12:05 AM #44
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    Wonder what mine would be worth

    149k miles

    Comes with Estoril blue hard top

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  5. 21 Jun 2020 at 12:09 AM #45
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    Get that hardtop painted dude...
     
  6. 21 Jun 2020 at 12:12 AM #46
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    I wanted to this year but then COVID19 struck and all the decent and local bodyshops are still currently closed.

    On the other hand, I get a lot of compliments about the contrast to the bodywork it gives so I am in two minds around it. Personally, I really like it now.
     
  7. 21 Jun 2020 at 9:15 AM #47
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    I think I remember this being forsale last year? From memory it was over £10k? (I might be wrong). I remember thinking that at the price you were asking it needed the hardtop the right colour. Mileage is Probably also a limiting factor.

    Also ‘oil leak’ mentioned every year on the mot since 2012 won’t be doing you any favours, unless you’ve now had it fixed?

    The Vader’s are a nice touch.
     
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    The oil leak was fixed by changing the sump plug and washer as it was ever so slightly dripping oil. The subsequent "oil leak" notifications on the MOT sheet were from not cleaning that whole area up properly and the whole area looked unsightly. Fortunately it's now fixed but other little issues keep popping up like brake lights popping regularly and seals on the hard top letting too many vibrations through the cabin. Time to order some Gummi Pflege I reckon
     
  9. 22 Jun 2020 at 12:14 AM #49
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    I have never really liked them in a
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    And I can see this set comes out of a pre 95 car, while his is a 9/96+ car.

    The old style seatframes are horrible and have no support for the backrest bolsters, making them prone to sag. This goes for all model seats.
     
  10. 1 Aug 2020 at 8:12 AM #50
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    I disagree. To the right person it will sell.
    It looks totally original, excellent mileage and loads of paperwork.
    They are getting rarer by the day and the E36 is a very misunderstood M car. It is about time they started to get recognised as good, investable classics.
     
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    Yeah you’re right it’s got good miles and is quite original.
    They just aren’t gaining value like a lot of sellers think. There was an immaculate saloon which had a lot of work done to it with a big journal/thread. It took the seller ages to shift and I think for a lot less than he wanted.
    In my opinion that car is going to be listed a while.
     
  14. 2 Aug 2020 at 2:45 AM #54
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    Clean ones don't come along often in NZ but the first one in 2 years just sold in 24 hours for almost exactly £24k. Admittedly is a desirable manual Estoril coupe, unmolested but with 164,000 km's (~100k miles).

    I called my insurance company and upped the agreed value of mine by NZ$20,000... :blink:
     
  15. 2 Aug 2020 at 8:14 PM #55
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    are you on about the lovely estoril evo saloon-from ireland?-it was a cracker,it didnt do all that great on the auction it was in-appx 12-13k iirc,not too sure what it went for in the end
     
  16. 2 Aug 2020 at 11:39 PM #56
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    May have been the one. It was listed for a long time and the seller had the car for years, improving almost everything on it. My last one was an immaculate evo coupe in techno violet with 53k miles and I got far less than what I thought it would be worth going by what else was up. This was 2 years back
     

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