Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by dang, Jun 6, 2018.
'74 CS in south Florida
1989 Alpina 5-series in NJ. This car should be looked at in person. It has some nice parts on it...
It’s a very early car from what the scribes over on FAQ have found.
It certainly needs to be saved.
Glad y’all are watching it. Hope it makes it to a good home
That car is super cool. Ed, it should be yours! Bring it back to Austin.
1967 1602 is over $4k now.
Ugh you are killing me Dan!
oh boy... Would love that...
Ad states "Sale Date Not Applicable" ??? They're just looking for a high bid? What's the scoop?
I actually don't know what this means. Typically it will say "Future" if the auction date hasn't been set but we've come across "N/A" a couple times before and didn't know what it was. Can't find any info on it on the website either. I could contact someone there and ask but I don't care enough. My guess is because it's an "Out of Country" vehicle they put it on hold until the paperwork is understood. All vehicles that are stored at Copart are added to their inventory and show up on the website, regardless of whether it ever makes it to auction.
Gotcha... I appreciate the explanation, Dan. I have so many irons in the fire at the moment, I don't see how I can add this to my plate.
It is cool, though.
1972 2002tii in Florida
1973 Bavaria in Phoenix
1978 7-series in Seattle. Wheels?
1985 M6 in Sacramento.
That is euro 728i. Lots of euro goodies for an e23 owner. If the wheels weee BBS RS I would be going for gold. They are one piece Prime mesh wheels. The bolts are removeable but serve no function.
Damn it Dan!
That is a euro M635i, confirmed via VIN. Perfect interior and Alpina softlines. That is an M88/3 motor putting out 286HP from the factory.
It's consignment so they probably know what they have...
Not a BMW but it seems like the small bumper R107 chassis Mercedes would be worth some money at some point.
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