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1975 BMW 2002M VINTAGE CLASSIC - $12900 (SAN DIEGO ) N/M N/A

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ditch the cheezy "M" badge and "CALI" on the tail panel and the poorly "tucked" bumpers and it appears to be a decent car. not 13k worth of decent, but...

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Great looking car, with the exceptions Marshall noted. That said, if you're asking a premium for your car, it seems it would be in your interest to spell check your ad, and have the grammar and punctuation checked by someone familiar with the language. Maintaining and modifying a classic automobile is all about details. If your description of your product to the buying public includes more than a dozen glaring language errors, it's rather hard to believe you're a detail oriented person. It might be an awesome car, but I'd be really skeptical going in, and would assume there are details that would require attention.

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Guest Anonymous
ditch the cheezy "M" badge and "CALI" on the tail panel and the poorly "tucked" bumpers and it appears to be a decent car. not 13k worth of decent, but...

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Great looking car, with the exceptions Marshall noted. That said, if you're asking a premium for your car, it seems it would be in your interest to spell check your ad, and have the grammar and punctuation checked by someone familiar with the language. Maintaining and modifying a classic automobile is all about details. If your description of your product to the buying public includes more than a dozen glaring language errors, it's rather hard to believe you're a detail oriented person. It might be an awesome car, but I'd be really skeptical going in, and would assume there are details that would require attention.

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At least he didn't post his ad twice. That would really make the owner seem like a bonehead.

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... if you're asking a premium for your car, it seems it would be in your interest to spell check your ad, and have the grammar and punctuation checked by someone familiar with the language. Maintaining and modifying a classic automobile is all about details. If your description of your product to the buying public includes more than a dozen glaring language errors, it's rather hard to believe you're a detail oriented person. It might be an awesome car, but I'd be really skeptical going in, and would assume there are details that would require attention.

Don't we all know lots of gear heads who flunked English but can turn a wrench beautifully?

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