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      10-05-2012, 09:46 AM   #10
bigjae1976
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Drives: 11 E90 M3 Individual
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2004 BMW M3  [4.50]
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Originally Posted by 1SerieStud View Post
Thank you for the responses everyone! I've done research for about a week and I'm due to pick up tomorrow morning, however, even though I'm extremely excited I can't help but to worry after reading about so many possible issues.

If anyone has more insight or the ability to look further into a car's history, here is the VIN: Wbsbl93431jr10653. All information will be greatly appreciated!!

Thank you!
No offense, if you bought the car thinking it would be cheap to maintain you've made a mistake. But an M3 does seem to hold up better than non-Ms since it generally used harder durometer rubber and is built to withstand more abuse. I would consider anything rubber at this point to be worn or getting close to being worn. Besides fluid changes and basic engine maintenace, it comes down to checking the rubber parts in the suspension and drivetrain.
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