$65K, maybe 3 or 4 years ago. I'm guessing it will go much higher.
It could go higher than 80K. It has all the right stuff; color combo, 3.5 with 5 speed, sunroof, AC, power front windows, etc... I'd like to see more pictures but from what I can see, it looks great!What are you predicting? $80k?
The engine compartment has not been restored; neither underneath detailing whatsoever.
Hopefully the seller will provide more pictures. This will always limit the amount of potential bidders. Don't know why sellers don't do that. I would think BAT would ask them for more.
Good point. He just needs to post a pic. They aren’t unicorns but they are rare. I know four other members that have one on the shelf. The ZF box has a ton of support, way more than the G265.This car looks like a very solid and dry example and the Murry Fowler connection won't mean much to some but among the E9 community it does. I do question the claim of a ZF five speed. That's a unicorn close-ratio dogleg box as used in some of the CSL race cars. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
Outside of the internet it doesn’t really matter. When I am not looking at coupes online I critique supermodels with pointy elbows.I think John doesn’t know what is in his coupe, must be a Getrag and I think a b34 so no more hp than a b30.
Does that mean you have owned 50 supermodels???Outside of the internet it doesn’t really matter. When I am not looking at coupes online I critique supermodels with pointy elbows.
I wouldn’t harp on anyone for not being an M30/Getrag/ZF expert, unless they have owned 50 coupes.
I agree, paint looks flat, but it may be the lighting. Overall, the photos were pretty blah for a car at that price point.And not enough pictures of critical areas. Kind of cagey of the seller IMHO.
Also, not sure why, but that Fjord sure looks...off.
Looks almost like Riviera.
THIS E9 looks like the Fjord I'm used to: