Bmw 3.0csi project for sale

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No price?
I didn’t post a price because of so many variables from all the parts being off the car someone may want just the shell, parts, and a combination of whatever they want. I’m taking one inquiry at a time. I’m still digging and adding to the list of parts that could go with the car.


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Very interested in interior A/C parts and any trunk lining/Cladding, etc.
If those don’t sell with the whole car you are first on the list for the ac parts. I don’t have any of the trunk parts worth saving.


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This seems like a great project opportunity. I am struggling to wrap my arms around it only due to a lack of understanding of what the condition of the chassis and parts are currently, and a lack of understanding of what a reasonable price is for the whole package. That seems like the best solution for seller and a future buyer versus parting it out piece be piece. So many cars for sale, but few that are in this stage of disassembly/with parts in tow.

I've learned from my own project that a "complete" car is more valuable than I'd anticipated - sourcing bits and pieces becomes a full time occupation.

Love the octagonal rotisserie - that gets me thinking....

GLWS!!! I'd love to see this car come back to life. :)
 

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This seems like a great project opportunity. I am struggling to wrap my arms around it only due to a lack of understanding of what the condition of the chassis and parts are currently, and a lack of understanding of what a reasonable price is for the whole package. That seems like the best solution for seller and a future buyer versus parting it out piece be piece. So many cars for sale, but few that are in this stage of disassembly/with parts in tow.

I've learned from my own project that a "complete" car is more valuable than I'd anticipated - sourcing bits and pieces becomes a full time occupation.

Love the octagonal rotisserie - that gets me thinking....

GLWS!!! I'd love to see this car come back to life. :)
I am still digging out parts getting pictures and in talks with a few interested people. I would much rather see it get brought back to life rather than parted. As I have mentioned in a couple pms. I am not getting out of the e9 game. Just got a different one. Will be introducing that car when it gets home Friday. The shell needs a lot of metal work, that’s the reason I have so many walloth parts. But it’s also no where near the worst I’ve seen get restored. Will be updating with better chassis pics later today.


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Very cool Joe, thanks for the additional info. Can't wait to see your new/next car!!!

You are paring down to one car from two. I am trying to end up with two cars instead of just one. :) These E9's are a powerful drug. I for some reason seem to be drawn to "projects" more than completed, beautiful cars. It is a character flaw, no doubt. ;)
 

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Food for thought.... I wish I'd kept my first four coupes instead of selling them when I got another one. :)
 

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Food for thought.... I wish I'd kept my first four coupes instead of selling them when I got another one. :)
As much as I would love to keep it. I got a different German car to accompany the new e9. Will introduce both when I get them side to side. Also I don’t know any good cheap metal guys that I would trust to tackle this e9. Monies are tight right now which is why I have to sell this e9.


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As much as I would love to keep it. I got a different German car to accompany the new e9. Will introduce both when I get them side to side. Also I don’t know any good cheap metal guys that I would trust to tackle this e9. Monies are tight right now which is why I have to sell this e9.


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Your other german car makes good justification for selling a coupe project. ;)
 
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