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Someone smart is flipping it before it's got a 6 figure speedo. 

I don't think a lot of cars will sell for a few weeks, what with people not supposed to leave there house. I mean, some will run it in the garage with the door closed. 

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The LHD jap imports seem to sit around for sale for ages, cant imagine they will get anywhere near 45k for it.

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I'd love a LHD as a track car. 

The next time an uncompliable LHD E34 M5 comes up for ~$15k papas going to build a stock car. 

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What happened to the white one for $38k?

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3 hours ago, Secniv said:

What happened to the white one for $38k?

I think it sold. Seeing cars like this for sale is good news for us owners! It may not accurately reflect the value of the car but soon enough we may see a trend just like the E30- if enough people list at a ridiculous price, that then becomes the new norm over time.  

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Take a look at the photo of the front brake... is that an M3 brake caliper?  I would have thought an Evo would have floating discs and 2 or 4 piston calipers? 

Anybody?

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Well spotted Sherlock! The E36 M3, even the Evo still only had the single piston sliding calliper arrangement so that could be correct.

However, they did have the floating rotor on the Evo for heat dissipation, plus the rotors on this one look a bit undersized to me. Wheels look to be 17”s for my reference.

Might be cheaper replacement single piece rotors, but should still be same sized... odd.

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Wooweee!!! That’s a lot! I should look at increasing my insurance on mine then. At $17,500  it won’t be replacing sweet f.a!

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Dealers doing what they do. Buy cheaper, sell for higher. 

They'll probably get some sucker that will tick it up on their finance offerings. 

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19 hours ago, euroriffic said:

Wooweee!!! That’s a lot! I should look at increasing my insurance on mine then. At $17,500  it won’t be replacing sweet f.a!

Give you $18000 tonight to save you the issue? 
will also save you the drama of installing those electric windows 😂😂😂

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4 hours ago, Arron said:

Give you $18000 tonight to save you the issue? 
will also save you the drama of installing those electric windows 😂😂😂

Ohhh nah. Will get them done Next lock down for sure

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This one is LHD which, arguably, give it a bigger market (higher value) in the future... 

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2 hours ago, topnotchrally said:

This one is LHD which, arguably, give it a bigger market (higher value) in the future... 

Only overseas though. LHD examples in NZ are treated like they have Covid.

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