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      04-14-2010, 09:50 AM   #23
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If that was the bronze one at Auto Classic then it was a POS- clearly had been in a decent crash and repaired.

I was offered low $60's for my 2005 M3 with 30,000kms (for a trade on an M5), when they had a 2002 model in there with more than double kms and $75k on it. They will try it on i guess, would have thought that the M3 was an easy car for them to have on the lot, particularly the price range they now seem to be in.

ps- if anyone else hears of an E92 for $90k let me know!

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I guess they do get burnt sometimes. They had an 06 E60 M5 (admittedly it had 80k on the clock). They started at $139k but it eventually went for $89k after being on the floor for about 3 months.
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      04-15-2010, 09:37 AM   #24
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I was considering a trade-in for a demo 550 when they offered me $75k for a 2001 E46 M3 with 60K km. Three months later I sold it privately on carsales.com.au for $90k. In fact this was back in 2007. Even if you get $2k more in a private sale compared to a trade-in, the money is better off in your pocket than in someone else's.
There are people out there looking for a well looked after cars and willing to pay a reasonable price.
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      07-03-2010, 07:41 AM   #25
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I sold my E46 M3 today (payment pending). So I will now start saving and looking for an E92 M3 or E60 M5. Ideally I'd rather buy privately and preferably a car about to be traded in order to get a good deal, so the fun and frustration now begins!
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      07-03-2010, 08:36 AM   #26
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I sold my E46 M3 today (payment pending). So I will now start saving and looking for an E92 M3 or E60 M5. Ideally I'd rather buy privately and preferably a car about to be traded in order to get a good deal, so the fun and frustration now begins!
Good luck and let us know what numbers are out there for E92/E90 M3s. I can't seem to get a ball park from the dealer, unless I actually front up with my car.

I've got a E70 LCI X5 xdrive40d coming in two weeks and I'm trying to decide whether to let the M3 go on a trade - not that I'm unhappy with it.
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      08-20-2010, 11:48 AM   #27
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hahaha guys this was my mums car we took back to bmw coz there was a dint and they are giving us a new on at no cost it comes in a month but this one we had for about 3 weeks we put 1500kms on it. now the price its a joke it i wont say what they did to the car on here incase someone from melb bmw looks at this haha but this is more then they wanted new http://www.carsales.com.au/all-cars/...=e92&trecs=235
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hahaha guys this was my mums car we took back to bmw coz there was a dint and they are giving us a new on at no cost it comes in a month but this one we had for about 3 weeks we put 1500kms on it. now the price its a joke it i wont say what they did to the car on here incase someone from melb bmw looks at this haha but this is more then they wanted new http://www.carsales.com.au/all-cars/...=e92&trecs=235
That is way to expensive
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      08-21-2010, 09:36 PM   #29
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Just got back from Autoclassic after viewing the Fire Orange E92 M3. I was offered a ballpark of about $120k based on the figures I provided him. May be worth more if he inspect the car but it was a saturday. Overtrade price on the Fire Orange was about $6k
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      08-25-2010, 07:42 AM   #30
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I'm thinking of selling my E46 M3 later in the year, with so many E92 M3's in at the moment and lately, i'm starting to get the urge.
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I'm thinking of selling my E46 M3 later in the year, with so many E92 M3's in at the moment and lately, i'm starting to get the urge.
Don't do it !
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      08-30-2010, 10:57 AM   #32
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hahaha guys this was my mums car we took back to bmw coz there was a dint and they are giving us a new on at no cost it comes in a month but this one we had for about 3 weeks we put 1500kms on it. now the price its a joke it i wont say what they did to the car on here incase someone from melb bmw looks at this haha but this is more then they wanted new http://www.carsales.com.au/all-cars/...=e92&trecs=235
This was your mum's car? Well I had it for the weekend.
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      08-30-2010, 06:12 PM   #33
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Cough, cough, M3 coming soon.

Let's talk

I heard you stalked my other Wayne last Saturday as well, call me
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Just got back from Autoclassic after viewing the Fire Orange E92 M3. I was offered a ballpark of about $120k based on the figures I provided him. May be worth more if he inspect the car but it was a saturday. Overtrade price on the Fire Orange was about $6k
That's pretty good. I hope it's not a tactic to get you to trade up! What condition is yours mate?
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