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My E30 M3 Project isn't complete but the car is just about sold. The buyer didn't want to wait for the seats, etc ;)

So I am thinking about moving on to a 2002 tii or 2002 to restore.

I will have to inquire about this car. To be honest I know nothing about the 2002tii's in regards to usual rust spots or the motor gotchas.

I know BMW's very well. The car looks like it has some rust issues that will need to be tackled.

I will call this guy and make an offer I think tomorrow.

What he is asking is tough to call on the photo's alone. Anyone want to give me a quick run down of what to ask and also what to offer? I know it won't be $3500 from me at this moment from what I can see.

Any help would be appreciated.


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Car was sold this AM while I was calling on it.

I found another 72 tii but no response back. From AZ he wants almost double the price as this one.

Says no rust, converted 5 speed, etc. Left message will see what he really wants for it. Not sure if it is running or not.

I don't want a pristine one since I want to restore it from ground up, paint it the color I want and mod it some to make it a custom one for me.

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