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gjm last won the day on August 28

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    Graham
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    CHB, twixt Waipuk and the beach
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    1991 Mercedes 190E-3.0
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    EGR delete, and more servicing than you could shake a stick at
  • Car 2
    1990 Mercedes 500SE
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    1990 325 Baur

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  1. Not a 130 (anyone else think of old Fiat's when they see that?) but we missed a 120d that sold for under $3k. Wrong island, again.
  2. gjm

    E30 Wanted

    Understood. The distance and the ferry make quite a difference to collection costs.
  3. gjm

    E30 Wanted

    Yup - that'd be the dark blue 320? Looks to be a good buy at the price, provided rust hasn't got hold of it.
  4. gjm

    E30 Wanted

    The E30 Classifieds NZ page is pretty good too. (I may be biased!) The Facebook pages do support each other pretty well. Patience. There are good cars at sensible prices, but as Sammo said, also some unrealistic listings.
  5. $1.53 for 91 in Waipukurau...
  6. I was casting my mind back over BMWs I've owned, and tbh, I don't think there are any that I shouldn't have sold. I've owned many cars that do fall into that category - a low mileage Jensen Interceptor Mk3, for instance - but the BMWs have come and gone at the right time. Even the M635CSi and the early 840Ci. The turbo M10 E30, the E21 323i (my first BMW), Mrs M's E30 320i, and even the early 80s 5-series Thundersaloon (5.7 SBC, 5-speed manual). They were all great, all the right car at the time, and all sold for a good reason.
  7. gjm

    Quick rant thread.

    Under capitalism, man exploits man. Under communism, it's just the opposite.
  8. BMW Z1 with a Weismann hardtop.
  9. Gavin at EuroItalian, or Paul at MillAnd for fast turnaround on locally sourced parts. FCP Euro in the US are good too, but tend (in my experience) to have less parts available for any 4-cylinder engines.
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