67 2000cs on ebay

Markos

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This looks a lot like the car that was listed in Portland for a year. Someone in Memphis likes to buy and sell vintage BMW’s. I wonder if he picked it up.
 

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Reserve not met at $14,600. Relisted. Without more extensive pictures or description I doubt it will reach that bid second time around. I thought it could be a $15K car. Too bad.
John
 

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72tii owner and following e9 for my son. I realize this is not an e9 but curious. These models don’t seem to be tracking with e9 spike in the market. Or maybe they are and I don’t know it. Is it possible to get into a good one at a more reasonable price? Are E9’s that much a better car?
 

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72tii owner and following e9 for my son. I realize this is not an e9 but curious. These models don’t seem to be tracking with e9 spike in the market. Or maybe they are and I don’t know it. Is it possible to get into a good one at a more reasonable price? Are E9’s that much a better car?
 

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Are E9’s that much better?

Did y’all see the 2000cs that sold for close to $60k recently? So good ones are not that far behind. That said, the E9 is faster and better looking. I think this justifies a 33% valuation differential.
 

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Given the body damage (rear), the rust (tip O’ the iceberg on these), and cracked dash, wood which clearly needs refinishing, I’m amazed the reserve is set higher that $22k. As nice as it is, it’s not an E9.
 
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