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m3racer08 12-18-2012 10:16 AM

2006 BMW 650i Coupe 6spd for sale
 
Year: 2006
Make: BMW
Model: 6-Series
Price: $24000
Mileage: 71600
Color: black
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): NY
Transmission: Manual
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive

2006 BMW 650i 6spd manual

The time has come to sell my beautiful 6-series. I've owned the car for little over a year and have taken really good care of it, this is a no nonsence car. Everything is just as you would suspect if you bought this directly from the dealer. This 650i is amongst the rear breed because it offers a 6 speed manual transmission which is a total blast (if your like me having a third pedal is mandatory) clutch is silky smooth, heated power memory seats, black interior, six CD changer, navigation, sunroof, sport package, heated steering wheel, Heads Up Display HUD.

Interior of the car is very clean and the seat bolsters have very little to no wear, leather is in great shape, back seats are like new because i never had anyone sit back there. The exterior is great with approximately three very tiny rock chips which is hardly noticeable but i must list everything because there is no surprises with this car.


Car will come with a FULL COVERAGE warranty from GWC that i paid $3100 just a few months back so you'll have coverage for almost another 3 YEARS and 30K miles

Recently had the water pump, front rotors and brakes, center bearing for drive shaft and geuibo also for drive shaft and diff flush done less than 2K miles so everything is 100% up to par and car will need nothing.

Everything is mechanically sound on this car and all work and performance was performed at MOTORCEPTS in queens NY. Call them up they can all vouch for me and this car.

I get complements on this car all the time and everyone is always shocked to see its a 6-speed manual because they are rear. Only selling because i want to get back into auto racing and need a more track ready car.

Shipment anywhere in the united states can be arranged but all expense is paid by the buyer.

All Inquire please call me

646-331-7951
AL

Thanks

$24,000

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IL_BMW_650 12-18-2012 11:02 AM

What's the mileage my friend?

m3racer08 12-18-2012 12:32 PM

Sorry little under 72,000 miles

osbornes26 12-18-2012 02:57 PM

What are you replacing it with my fellow yardie?

m3racer08 12-18-2012 03:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by osbornes26 (Post 7258045)
What are you replacing it with my fellow yardie?

911 Porsche or a house . It's a matter of how a few plans in the making will work out. I still have my race car M3 so I'm not totally leaving the BMW family.

TopDownInFL 12-18-2012 05:03 PM

Sigh... I miss my '08 650 vert just a bit after seeing your photos.

Your car is beautiful. Be careful- after you get it detailed and have that paint polished, you may change your mind! ;)

m3racer08 12-18-2012 07:29 PM

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Originally Posted by TopDownInFL (Post 7258250)
Sigh... I miss my '08 650 vert just a bit after seeing your photos.

Your car is beautiful. Be careful- after you get it detailed and have that paint polished, you may change your mind! ;)

Thanks, I know i'll miss this one too but the good thing is it will always be in the budget if i feel the need to really have it back.

cracksquad 12-18-2012 07:55 PM

Good Luck with your sale!

m3racer08 12-21-2012 09:57 AM

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Originally Posted by cracksquad (Post 7258637)
Good Luck with your sale!

Thanks

m3racer08 12-21-2012 09:57 AM

Lowest priced 650i in this condition, style,year and fairly low mileage I've seen on all the car forums and websites

Beautiful daily driver. Will be returning it to stock form soon if I don't get a buyer in next couple weeks.

m3racer08 12-28-2012 04:34 PM

Happy holidays to all!! still for sale

m3racer08 12-31-2012 08:08 PM

happy new years bump. Someone get a good deal for 2013 so i can move on to my next toy.

m3racer08 01-22-2013 06:28 PM

to the top still for sale

07 E63650i 01-22-2013 09:38 PM

Someone hop on this car! You don't find 6ers with 6 speeds too often!

petriej 01-23-2013 02:06 PM

This is in the wrong section.

m3racer08 01-23-2013 06:13 PM

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Originally Posted by petriej (Post 7332996)
This is in the wrong section.

your right pictures updated and moderators please delete as i have listed in the correct area.

m3racer08 01-29-2013 09:07 PM

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FredoinSF 01-30-2013 06:25 AM

Have you had any interest or anyone show up to look at the car. Selling a car that age at that price as a private party is tough cuz you need someone with cash or pre arranged financing and if don't own it free and clear it makes it that much more difficult.

If I were selling the car I would give less details about the recent work you've done and how long you've had the car. Makes it sound like a fire sale on a troublesome car. Just say it has a warranty and get into details when the prospective buyer asks. Also you list it as 9 out 10 interior (according to who?) but there is clearly side bolster wear and not just a little of it so that I not a 9 interior. Red flag to me if I were to go look at it.

Overall looks like a nice car. The right buyer will come but this is not a car for the average Joe.

m3racer08 01-30-2013 07:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FredoinSF (Post 7347858)
Have you had any interest or anyone show up to look at the car. Selling a car that age at that price as a private party is tough cuz you need someone with cash or pre arranged financing and if don't own it free and clear it makes it that much more difficult.

If I were selling the car I would give less details about the recent work you've done and how long you've had the car. Makes it sound like a fire sale on a troublesome car. Just say it has a warranty and get into details when the prospective buyer asks. Also you list it as 9 out 10 interior (according to who?) but there is clearly side bolster wear and not just a little of it so that I not a 9 interior. Red flag to me if I were to go look at it.

Overall looks like a nice car. The right buyer will come but this is not a car for the average Joe.

Thanks for the info. No "fire sale" here just got my eyes on something else and time to move this car. I've sold dozens of cars threw forums and ebay over the years.

I been out of town for the last two weeks and only had the car listed on the forums for maybe about a month or so. I was holding back with the ebay auction because i thought i would give someone of the forums a great deal but i guess thats not the case here. I've received several offers and three people came to check it out all of which love the car but it all comes down to who can provide the capital as you said. As for the details i've listed, thats how i sell cars. Im 100% upfront with people when it come to selling autos because i would never want anyone to say "i never said", i list it all for the public to see and leave nothing unsaid.

I know what I'm selling and the value and i'm not dieing to sell the vehicle just that i would really like to move it and get into a 997 911 for some track day fun, i still have my E46 M3 race car but really want the 911 already. I know this is not the car for everyone especially with the manual transmission (if it was auto several interested parties would have been purchased) but the right buyer will come a long and will be totally happy with the car, price and the extended warranty. I was offered $22K but will not go a dollar below $23k at best because i seen people selling similar for thousands more with much, much more milage.

bedstuyguy86 01-30-2013 02:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by m3racer08 (Post 7347991)
Thanks for the info. No "fire sale" here just got my eyes on something else and time to move this car. I've sold dozens of cars threw forums and ebay over the years.

I been out of town for the last two weeks and only had the car listed on the forums for maybe about a month or so. I was holding back with the ebay auction because i thought i would give someone of the forums a great deal but i guess thats not the case here. I've received several offers and three people came to check it out all of which love the car but it all comes down to who can provide the capital as you said. As for the details i've listed, thats how i sell cars. Im 100% upfront with people when it come to selling autos because i would never want anyone to say "i never said", i list it all for the public to see and leave nothing unsaid.

I know what I'm selling and the value and i'm not dieing to sell the vehicle just that i would really like to move it and get into a 997 911 for some track day fun, i still have my E46 M3 race car but really want the 911 already. I know this is not the car for everyone especially with the manual transmission (if it was auto several interested parties would have been purchased) but the right buyer will come a long and will be totally happy with the car, price and the extended warranty. I was offered $22K but will not go a dollar below $23k at best because i seen people selling similar for thousands more with much, much more milage.

I feel what you are saying on being up front about what you are selling. I'm the same way. Keep at it, the right buyer will come. Only suggestion would be to drop the ratings for interior and exterior. You have photos up. They can see the condition of the car and some buyers may look negatively on you if they don't think your ratings stack up to what they see in the photos. I've been selling my 6 for a few months and its tough to find the right buyer. Sadly, alot of buyers don't realize the subtle nuances of a well maintained car and are looking to lowball. With 6ers you will find, now more then ever, alot of potential buyers who want the cheap option because they are buying way out of their means. They usually gravitate towards the ridiculously underpriced 6er which will no doubt give them issues with ownership.

m3racer08 01-30-2013 05:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bedstuyguy86 (Post 7348975)
I feel what you are saying on being up front about what you are selling. I'm the same way. Keep at it, the right buyer will come. Only suggestion would be to drop the ratings for interior and exterior. You have photos up. They can see the condition of the car and some buyers may look negatively on you if they don't think your ratings stack up to what they see in the photos. I've been selling my 6 for a few months and its tough to find the right buyer. Sadly, alot of buyers don't realize the subtle nuances of a well maintained car and are looking to lowball. With 6ers you will find, now more then ever, alot of potential buyers who want the cheap option because they are buying way out of their means. They usually gravitate towards the ridiculously underpriced 6er which will no doubt give them issues with ownership.

Thanks for the advice, you're right about everything you said also. Advice taken and action taken.

BimmerBurger 01-30-2013 05:15 PM

M3 - what percent is the tint on that thing?

m3racer08 01-30-2013 05:32 PM

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Originally Posted by BimmerBurger (Post 7349369)
M3 - what percent is the tint on that thing?

If my memory serves me correct its 35% tints on the side and rear glass

m3racer08 03-19-2013 12:44 PM

Sold sold sold sold sold sold

petros2r 03-19-2013 03:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by m3racer08 (Post 7455466)
Sold sold sold sold sold sold

What did you get for it? and who bought it (demographically)?
If you dint mind me asking?


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