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    I'm after a mid-late 80s manual 325 BMW. May as well put it up here in case anyone knows of one for sale. Oh yeah, has to be in WA.

    Please PM rather than posting here.

    Cheers.

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    my mate chris is head of www.bimmerclubinc.com
    have a try on there

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    pretty difficult man i was looking for one for a while and you need upwards of 20,000 for one now, that is the IS mode though

    one of the best bmw's made though!

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    20k? nah not sure about that haha...somewhere round 15000 will get you a clean example of a 325is

    the ladyfriend has a mint 1991 diamond schwartz 318is e30 and bought it from a dealer with 140000km for $6500. 325i/s dont command that sort of money.

    just a word of warning on this model and its predecessor, the cooling systems are known for their 'averageness' to say the least. so check for HG leaks and make sure the temps arent going all over the place.

    goodluck.
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    Whaaat? 15k for E30? A '91 would be an E36 anyway.

    10-12K should get you a mint E30 325IS, but if you'd settle for a 323 or a 325i, they can be had for much less (like, < $3K.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by all torque View Post
    Whaaat? 15k for E30? A '91 would be an E36 anyway.

    10-12K should get you a mint E30 325IS, but if you'd settle for a 323 or a 325i, they can be had for much less (like, < $3K.)
    15k would be a very nice, low km example. as best as they come.

    and no 1991 is not ALL e36.first few months e30s were still in production.
    if ur not sure what ur talking about i suggest we leave mitch to his WTB thread.
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    yeah im only talking about a real good example that would be worth the money spending on, yeah can always find 325is' with 250,000km+ for around 10,000 but i guess it depends what you want

    e30s are far more in demand than a regular e36, especially the 325is as it was the highest spec e30 sold within aus

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    Shit I forgot about this thread!

    Only reason I am after a 325 rather than a 318 is for the engine. I would settle for a 318 if it was at a reasonable price. Todd, the 318is has the 1.8L 100kw engine, yeah?

    Cheers for the link aaron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitch View Post
    Todd, the 318is has the 1.8L 100kw engine, yeah?
    that be right mr mitch. goes pretty hard in my opinion.
    euro 86 ftw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todd View Post
    that be right mr mitch. goes pretty hard in my opinion.
    euro 86 ftw.
    Haha nice. I guess they're a bit harder to come by over here, though?

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