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Old 04-07-2006, 11:26 PM   #1
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Should I buy this???

Hey lads,

Got the guy who wants to sell a 98' 323is with 75K miles for $8000.00
has M3 molding kit, polished wheels, sunroof ect..all options.


Good deal?
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:20 AM   #2
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Hey lads,

Got the guy who wants to sell a 98' 323is with 75K miles for $8000.00
has M3 molding kit, polished wheels, sunroof ect..all options.


Good deal?
Erm....sounds about the right sort of price (I'm translating into £'s). Mileage is average. A bit more info wouldn't hurt though. Is it a 'one owner' example? Any extras such as Air Conditioning, Remote Central door locking, alarm, immobiliser etc etc? Does she have a full service history, preferably BMW?
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Old 04-09-2006, 12:55 AM   #3
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It is loaded. The guy says he did most of the maint. himself...

I hear you can't do an "oil change" yourself cause it requires special tools..is this true?

I would hate to always take it to the dealer. I love working on my own cars.
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It is loaded. The guy says he did most of the maint. himself...

I hear you can't do an "oil change" yourself cause it requires special tools..is this true?

I would hate to always take it to the dealer. I love working on my own cars.
The only 'special' tool you might need would possibly be a Torx socket for the sump plug, but I'm sure they're only standard size (about 17 or 19mm). Other than that it's pretty straight forward!
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