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Hey guys, I am looking into buying this car:

http://www.wheelsdirectonline.com/bmw.htm

Was this anybody's here on the forum or has anyone seen it before? It was on ebay before, and I am thinking about buying it from the person who bought it. Is it worth pursuing it or should I stay away? It was just re-wired and will come with a new coolant sensor, water pump, fuel pump, front grille, and a driver side window motor. The price should be around $16.5k. Please let me know. Thanks!

1992 BMW 325is
2.5 Inline 6 190hp
5-Speed Manual Transmission
110k miles

Exterior:
Drilled and Slotted Rotors all around with Cadium Plating
19x8.5 and 19x9.5 iForged Aero Custom Built 3-Piece High Polished wheels
Toyo Proxy T1's tires 235/35/19 and 265/30/19
4300k HID Kit
Clear corners
European Ellipsoid Headlights with Angel Eyes
Red/clear tailights
M3 side mouldings
M3 mirrors with LED turn signals
15% Window Tint
Front Window Slightly Tinted
Fog Lights with Hyper White H3 Bulbs
Full Reiger kit with E46 look front bumper
ESTROIL BLUE paint
M3 Rear wing with LED

Interior/Stereo:
'99 M3 Door Panels front AND rear!
'99 M3 Vader style seats
Brand new headliner and pillars
M3 Rear Headrests
White indiglo guages with chrome trim
M3 Step Door Mouldings
M3 Mats
M3 3-Spoke Steering Wheel
99 M3 Dash
99 M3 Rear Interior Door Panels
JL Audio 12w6v2 sub
JL Audio 500/1 Monoblock sub amp
Panasonic CQ-VD7200U 7" Screen DVD
Panasonic Sirus Radio Satellite Tuner
Remote start alarm system

Performance:
Cold Air Intake
3.91 Differential (faster acceleration!)
Tuner Motorsports Chip
Cross Drilled Rotors with Silver Cadium Plating
 

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I know somebody spent a lot of money in trying to get a 12 year old car with over 100k miles to look line an M3 but under all that fluff you still have a car that is worth approximately $4,000.

For $16,500 you can buy a 1995 M3 and get change back. :confused:
 

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$16,500, for a '92? That's crazy talk!
 
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