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WTB: 135i 2008-10

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Lately ive found myself looking at more and more at 135i's for sale and now im starting to really contemplate selling one/both of my current bmws to help fund getting a 135i.

if you have a 135i and open to selling let me know.

i have a E46 coupe 2005 (built 04) registered 2005 . Velvet Blue.

facelift

330ci "clubsport"

with carbon bootlid ( CSL REP)  oh still have the factory clubsport boot as well. If would prefer OEM/stock style.

carbon kidney grills

has 208,000kms currently, auto/tiptronic.

have all receipts from fixing issues or maintaining. ask me.

E.g. fuel pump, brake discs...

also currently has brand new, weeks old bc coilovers installed, no cert currently (still have oem msport suspension also)

 

also have a E36 320i sedan 1995 arctic silver (auto)

well looked after stock pretty much

has bilsteins with jamex rear springs

only 2 owners me and some old guy.

owned since 190,000kms has currently 217,000kms

front msport bumper also, still have original is a bit scrapped up though.

 

hit me up if keen to trade for a 135i and cash.

Or willing to sell.

can email me on ashley.slater@live.com or PM me here cheers.

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have you actually driven a 1 series?.They are not roomy cars.

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135i in that generation would be the 2 door coupe, or possibly CAB if very lucky. 

Internally I would say they are not noticeably smaller than an E46 Coupe.

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Not yet I haven't but I've seen a couple now. And size wise isn't much smaller. Room isn't a factor for me. 

Coupe 2door is what I'm after.

Hey Rag-Top do you mean you have one possibly? Also I agree.

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i am 6 3 and although getting in was a wee problem withthe seat all the way down head room was ok as was driving position and comfort.There is very little leg room in the back seat though.I had a e87 hatch back

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Ah fair enough then. 

I'm only 5 and 1/2 feet tall. 

So room isn't an issue I usually feel cars are large hahah.

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On ‎25‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 5:39 PM, digitalashley said:

Hey Rag-Top do you mean you have one possibly? Also I agree.

No, sorry, made a typo in the post, fixed it now to make it clear.

wish I did have a 135i Coupe for the Mrs, great cars, with lots of potential for steet mods and race car!

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Any fellow bimmersport guys wanting to sell their 135i? Still looking. I'm looking at 17k max depending.

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I feel like a $17k 135i will need at least 5-8k of work over the next few years. Keep that in mind for your budget. Repair bills with these turbo engines are higher than the E46 generation. 

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I definitely will factor in a couple grand for maintenance hopefully I don't have any injector issues haha know those are costly. I'm purchasing one with 63k on it so far.

@Matth5

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that blue one looks like a good example.

Hope you get it for a good price, looks like its the best one on the market by far in a long time!

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