[F80 / F82 / F83] Immaculate and different M4 CP - £34,000

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  1. 13 Mar 2021 at 5:00 PM #21
    ScottyM4CP

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    I'm struggling to think of a better motor for £35K James. Maybe give it more time with the better weather coming.:thumbsup:
     
  2. 13 Mar 2021 at 5:14 PM #22
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    Me too @ScottyM4CP . It will certainly stay unless I get a good offer from a genuine enthusiast. I have had interest and realistically lockdown is probably not helping. Anyway I have to have something to keep up with your new imminent arrival!
     
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  3. 14 Mar 2021 at 9:59 AM #23
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    You'll certainly be keeping up with me in a straight line with that 520BHP monster you have although round the corners would be a different story,:D
     
  4. 14 Mar 2021 at 10:44 AM #24
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    I can't do fast corners to be honest. I'll catch you up at the traffic lights :bow:

    I have now had two offers on the car in the last week, one from a trader, a standalone offer of 33 and a Cutter at 32. From the comments I have kindly had I think I can do better. Anyway off for a drive in the sunny weather today and the other half is going to try a cushion behind her back in the hope that helps. BMW brought me a new Z4 to try which was good for the wheelchair, easier seats and nice to put the roof down. All food for thought but not giving up on The Beast easily.
     
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  5. 27 Mar 2021 at 8:21 AM #25
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    UPDATE. I am getting on better with the car and we have at last sorted seat/driving position for my wife. BMW are still looking for a Z4 M40i as an option but overall things have improved. However now that lockdown is easing for viewings I would be willing to let it go to a Cutter for a reduced price of £34,500 as I am missing roof down motoring but equally feel I am now more settled with the M4 too. I think fate will prevail.
     
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  6. 27 Mar 2021 at 8:54 AM #26
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    Looks stunning :thumbsup:. Good luck with the sale.
     
  7. 29 Mar 2021 at 12:08 PM #27
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    Oh my, what a car !
    Deffo considering an M4 after my tweaked Audi S4 (similar power and torque to yours, albeit with quattro).
    Couple of questions;
    Where abouts are you (I am in Somerset) ?
    I’m in my sixties now so insurance has been fine for the S4, but what difference have the mods made to your car ?
    I pay about £350 for my declared remap etc all in for 9000 miles. Guessing an M will be more as less of a Q car ?
    Thanks
     
  8. 29 Mar 2021 at 12:21 PM #28
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    Hi, I am in Somerset, just near Burham on Sea. I have the M4 with Admiral insurance as is my RS4. Very lucky. I am very happy for you to come and view the car. Please give me a call if you would like to know more. James 07795 833383
     
  9. 6 Apr 2021 at 7:45 AM #29
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    So close it breaks my heart ! This is a stunning car and Speedyjames a pleasure to deal with. I so wanted to buy this but as it would have been my daily, I needed a few more options on it. If only BMW did not make retrofitting so difficult and expensive . . .
    The search continues.
     
  10. 6 Apr 2021 at 7:55 AM #30
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    About 1kg lighter on the fronts and 2kg lighter on the rears.
     
  11. 6 Apr 2021 at 3:40 PM #31
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    Thanks @liffy99 as you said so close but you must get the right car for you. I have only advertised the car on here and will see what happens. It would be nice to have a convertible again and an easier seat for my disability but these are first world problems! Hardly a hardship if it stays with me but a fantastic car for a fellow Cutter if not.
     
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    Surprised this hasn't been snapped up yet. 13500 miles on a 2016 car and with such high quality mods. Someone surely has to make a sensible offer.
     
  13. 18 Apr 2021 at 10:16 AM #33
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    Mileage is good but the for the price I think most people would want an LCI model even with a few more miles.
     
  14. 18 Apr 2021 at 10:33 AM #34
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    It's hard to know. I have based the price on feedback and views from others. I would be willing to accept £34k now as I am mindful that the MOT and brake fluid service are due at the end of June.
     
  15. 19 Apr 2021 at 11:24 AM #35
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    At 34k this is a great price for this car I think. The colour combo is awesome along with the choice high quality mods and the super low mileage... I guess it could have had a few more options from factory but it depends what a buyer would truly value.

    Trade price isn't even far off asking price, so those looking to finance it via a third party should have no issues even with a minimal deposit.

    Best of luck with the sale OP, I think it ticks many boxes at this price! :)
     
  16. 19 Apr 2021 at 7:14 PM #36
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    Thanks @iiNNeX I appreciate your thoughts. Sadly with Covid/lockdown only one Cutter has been to view the car. As this thread shows they almost bought it but it didn't quite meet his exact daily driver requirements.

    Today I have booked in with Redish Motorsport in Bristol (site sponsor) for the brake fluid change and a oil change. Oil change unnecessary but I want to treat the beast as @ScottyM4CP did - with much love. It's due with them on 19th June following It's MOT. If it has not sold to a Cutter who fully appreciates the passion that has gone into it the car will stay with me to enjoy the best of the summer at least.
     
  17. 28 Apr 2021 at 7:24 AM #37
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    @grchmason PM replied to. Please call if I can help further. Thank you. James
     
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    Absolute motor this is. Very shocked it hasn’t yet been snatched. Can’t see this hanging around for much longer now James, especially with summer around the corner. Very well looked after!..

    All the best.
     
  19. 4 May 2021 at 1:03 PM #39
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    Thanks @TheGreenfield, it's appears you are right, some more interested parties are getting in touch. Meanwhile I have had the car out twice in the last week on the lovely dry roads. Hope you're enjoying your new wheels!
     
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    What options were you after that are expensive retro fits?
     

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