Discussion in 'Garage' started by bootyluvr, Apr 24, 2018.
you're going to buy it, put 20's on it and drop it on air ride
No.....that's me.....although maybe not 20's.
If it was a '96 Accord then maybe I'd think about it
I like the sedan version of those. A nice drop and mod out that single cam (aren’t they 2.0l) u can get some decent power. Would never pay that price though.
11k is a high for sure, but damn that thing is clean.
where's the hookers and Beer!??????
2004 BMW M3 Coupe 6-Speed
Current Bid: $8,000 Ends In: 6 days
This 2004 BMW M3 coupe is finished in Laguna Seca Blue over a black leather interior and is powered by a 3.2L inline-six paired with a six-speed manual transmission. Features include 18″ wheels, a sunroof, power front seats, Koni adjustable struts, and more. The seller acquired the car earlier this year, and work since has included new rod bearings, a rebuilt VANOS unit, subframe reinforcement, and a refreshing of the cooling system, ignition, suspension, brakes, and more as detailed below. Now showing 185k miles, this E46 M3 is offered with service records from the seller, factory books and manuals, a Carfax report, and a clean North Carolina title in the seller’s name.
Mucho nice but too many miles...
So he got it earlier this year.. put a good bit of money into it and is now selling it? :/
Yeah prob someone who flips cars
subframe reinforcement. Yea no thanks.
These people have to be insane. I mean most would buy it for way more.
Damn! Up to $71,500
Wow! Only $11k. Not bad.
At one point I really wanted one of that generation Prelude.
It’s hard to find clean ones. All the ones I’ve checked out are salvage or just poorly taken care of.
I wanted the H22a engine for my '96 Accord back in the day
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