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    BMW E82 1M Coupe
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  1. Previously, if an auction finished without the vehicle meeting reserve, the reserve price was shown. (as long as a bid had been placed). Not now from what I can see.
  2. "Now, what to do for the next project?"
  3. It seems likely that fewer than 1000 RHD 1Ms still exist. https://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1741852 Draw your own conclusion regarding their long-term desirability/ values, but as NZ and Australia got 350 of them new (c30% of RHD production), it's probable that the better examples will be exported to the UK if/when prices drop to the levels some are predicting.
  4. Price was close to that for the black 1M with similar kms. May be my cautious nature, but the vendor "discovering" a faulty headlight minutes before the auction closed wouldn't encourage late bidding. (Not the cost of replacement as much as the creation of doubt in potential bidders' minds). IMHO.
  5. Wonder where that lurked for 2 years before being registered?
  6. Interesting info. How do you keep up-to-date on their sales history?
  7. The lowest priced 1M I’ve seen advertised anywhere. Provided it’s been well cared for I'd think v low $50ks would be fair value - now E46 M3 money. Truly exceptional 1M’s (low kms/ owners) have retained their value – viz Coombes Johnson’s 12,000km/ $85k example that sold quickly earlier this year and my 7,800km VO car mid last year. Ultimately export-potential underpins the value of these ‘garage-queens’. NZ’s relatively high number of 1M’s means more well-used examples are regularly available and consequently less sought-after (A rather tired black 1M eventually sold in the $40ks last year). Definitely don’t share your disappointment re 1M performance 😊.
  8. https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/motors/cars/bmw/listing/2702353248?bof=z4iqX4SR
  9. integrale

    Mint 525ee

    Sorry. Long gone.
  10. Does the #5550006 chassis/engine number (Carjam) mean this is only the sixth RHD 635CSi built?
  11. integrale

    E30 M3

    As you say all were LHD. My NZ new EVO 2 (tourist delivery) was converted to RHD when it was brought into NZ. Always assumed it was a legal requirement back in the late 80s? My NZ new integrale was also RHD converted.
  12. integrale

    E30 M3

    Not an EVO 2.
  13. integrale

    E30 M3

    They're asking $200,000
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