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BobbyBrown

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It normally wouldn’t ...but I won’t be able to liquidate my inventory that quick!

This is a find of the day  :admire:

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1990-bmw-m3-24/


AirCooledRules

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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #1 on: Jul 09, 18, 19:11 »
These are forsale on bring a trailer at all times.
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BobbyBrown

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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #2 on: Jul 09, 18, 22:18 »
... but check out the price!  Of course I can't foresee what the final bid will be ... but from what I've seen, this is a steal of a deal for a single owner car.

... just my two cents!!!

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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #3 on: Jul 10, 18, 08:48 »
At $42,000 currently that is a good price but with 2 hours left it has lots of room to climb
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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #4 on: Jul 10, 18, 11:23 »
I really don't understand the hype.

They are not rare vehicles all things considered. They built 14,000 of these with 5000 + imported the USA. I can see big bucks for a Evo or Convertible E30 M3 but for a regular sedan it doesn't make sense.

There have been 18 E30 M3s on Bring A Trailer forsale already in 2018, they are available forsale at all time, why go crazy and pay Ferrari money for these cars?

$70,000 USD or $92,000 Canadian plus fees for a car that a 16v GTi takes off the line. I like them but not at these prices
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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #5 on: Jul 10, 18, 11:23 »
Not sure it was such a steal at $70kusd where the auction ended.

Although the prices are still going up on these cars so for the fella who bought it he just bought a great investment.

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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #6 on: Jul 10, 18, 13:09 »
That's insane. 70K US for an old pile of junk?
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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #7 on: Jul 10, 18, 14:18 »
That's insane. 70K US for an old pile of junk?

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BobbyBrown

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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #8 on: Jul 10, 18, 18:57 »
Wow ...it was sitting around 40 for a few days and then bam ...70,000.

I wasn’t expecting that ...

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Re: Even the exchange rate shouldn’t stop me ...
« Reply #9 on: Nov 07, 18, 04:54 »
I really don't understand the hype.

They are not rare vehicles all things considered. They built 14,000 of these with 5000 + imported the USA. I can see big bucks for a Evo or Convertible E30 M3 but for a regular sedan it doesn't make sense.

There have been 18 E30 M3s on Bring A Trailer forsale already in 2018, they are available forsale at all time, why go crazy and pay Ferrari money for these cars?

$70,000 USD or $92,000 Canadian plus fees for a car that a 16v GTi takes off the line. I like them but not at these prices

Wow. That's a lot of money.