Yeah, they're fairly hard to come by, but his price is still high by about $300-400. And his asking price for the car is also too high, but whatever. $8200 for an automatic convertible M3 with 124k miles? No thanks. What's also funny is that he lists the hardtop for sale at $1700 in that ad, but then later specifies an $1800 price differential depending on whether you buy the M3 with or without the hardtop, and then lists the hardtop for $1500 when you click the link in this CL post. Dude can't seem to get his story straight.
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