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      01-06-2019, 04:15 PM   #2685
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I apologize ahead of time if i'm not using the correct car jargon, fairly new to this BMW experience i would say.

When purchased: 5 months ago (2018)
Year and Model: 2009 E92 (2009 December assembly line)
Miles: 42k
Options: Almost every option. Missing parking sensors, headlight washer and phone-to-music integration.
Transmission: Automatic

Price: 27.6k

History: Space Gray, All stock, never tracked, 1 owner car, clean title, was traded into the dealership for another BMW by previous owner, bought the car before it even hit their pre-owned lot from the BMW dealership. Car was in incredible condition, Interior seemed untouched. Exterior had two very minor front bumper paint chips. All around incredibly clean and drove like new. Tires/Rims in brand new condition. All Pre-Inspection done by BMW themselves. No mechanical or electronic issues ever. Love this car.
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      01-06-2019, 09:13 PM   #2686
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That's EAG for you. They buy up all the nice cars on the market and mark them way up, but people will buy them still
EAG also corrects any imperfections and dials in all the maintenance. They are a first class organization to deal with to be honest.
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      01-06-2019, 10:25 PM   #2687
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Just saw this video from a few months back on a Copart wrecked E90 M3 with 240K miles..... according to the video, it sold for ~$12K. That's pretty insane IMO. Makes me feel great about my purchase...

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      01-07-2019, 09:02 PM   #2688
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EAG also corrects any imperfections and dials in all the maintenance. They are a first class organization to deal with to be honest.
if you have the money but not the time and patience, then EAG is the way to go since they do all the homework for you
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      01-07-2019, 09:58 PM   #2689
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Just saw this video from a few months back on a Copart wrecked E90 M3 with 240K miles..... according to the video, it sold for ~$12K. That's pretty insane IMO. Makes me feel great about my purchase...

$12k???? Wow, no way i would pay $12k for this car with 240k...somebody impulse bid that up, i see buyers remorse in their future...
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      01-07-2019, 10:00 PM   #2690
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Just saw this video from a few months back on a Copart wrecked E90 M3 with 240K miles..... according to the video, it sold for ~$12K. That's pretty insane IMO. Makes me feel great about my purchase...

$12k???? Wow, no way i would pay $12k for this car with 240k...somebody impulse bid that up, i see buyers remorse in their future...
I agree, it's crazy.. but it was an auction.. so takes multiple bidders to bid it up. A posters totalled e90 went for a big chunk on copart weeks ago, needed thousands in repairs after a wreck and I can't remember what it sold for but was maybe 16-19k? Can't remember, but insane prices for junkyard e9x these days
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      01-09-2019, 07:47 PM   #2691
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$12k???? Wow, no way i would pay $12k for this car with 240k...somebody impulse bid that up, i see buyers remorse in their future...

car sold for 7k, the 12-13 figure is an estimate with repairs.
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      01-09-2019, 08:30 PM   #2692
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This is my first time posting folks so please bear with me, I will try to learn your ways quickly... with that out of the way this was my experience purchasing my own M3:

When: March 2018
Year and Model: 2011 E92 Jerez Black
Miles: 45000
Options: Competition, Premium, Tech, Cold Weather, Individual Audio, CF Roof
Transmission:6MT

Paid: 37500

Now, I know I paid a bit much by any measure, however hear me out.
After looking for a while (about ~8 months) my particular car came across in one of my random searches, this one was a CarMax car. Never even considered them until I started reading some more about them and watching some old Doug Demouro videos... so in a nutshell thatís what I paid for it, with a bumper to bumper 5yr/100k warranty
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      01-10-2019, 08:38 PM   #2693
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When: January 2019
Year and Model: 2013 E92 Mineral White
Miles: 44500
Options: Competition,Sunblind Rear,Comfort Access,Rear Park Distance Control,CF Roof
Transmission: DCT

Paid:36000

Other goodies: Stage 2(Pulleys, air intake, test pipes, professional tune) Perfect interior and exterior, practically new 19 inch tires and brakes.
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      01-10-2019, 08:41 PM   #2694
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This is my first time posting folks so please bear with me, I will try to learn your ways quickly... with that out of the way this was my experience purchasing my own M3:

When: March 2018
Year and Model: 2011 E92 Jerez Black
Miles: 45000
Options: Competition, Premium, Tech, Cold Weather, Individual Audio, CF Roof
Transmission:6MT

Paid: 37500

Now, I know I paid a bit much by any measure, however hear me out.
After looking for a while (about ~8 months) my particular car came across in one of my random searches, this one was a CarMax car. Never even considered them until I started reading some more about them and watching some old Doug Demouro videos... so in a nutshell thatís what I paid for it, with a bumper to bumper 5yr/100k warranty
best way to enjoy these cars as carmax warranty is great (as you know) I see it as you will be doing 5-10k in repairs possibly over the next 5 years so if warranty covers you got a great deal.
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      01-12-2019, 07:09 PM   #2695
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best way to enjoy these cars as carmax warranty is great (as you know) I see it as you will be doing 5-10k in repairs possibly over the next 5 years so if warranty covers you got a great deal.
5-10k? What the?
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      01-12-2019, 07:27 PM   #2696
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best way to enjoy these cars as carmax warranty is great (as you know) I see it as you will be doing 5-10k in repairs possibly over the next 5 years so if warranty covers you got a great deal.
5-10k? What the?
If you have any gasket issues, throttle actuators or possibly rod bearings go, you can easily spend 5-10k pretty quick in repairs.
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      01-12-2019, 07:34 PM   #2697
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best way to enjoy these cars as carmax warranty is great (as you know) I see it as you will be doing 5-10k in repairs possibly over the next 5 years so if warranty covers you got a great deal.
5-10k? What the?
I'm in over $5K in maintenance (mostly preventative, but some mandatory) since August. so yeah it's an expensive car to maintain for most. Those that DIY most things get massive return on their sweat equity because the prices reflect M maintenance often.
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      01-13-2019, 01:28 PM   #2698
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I'm in over $5K in maintenance (mostly preventative, but some mandatory) since August. so yeah it's an expensive car to maintain for most. Those that DIY most things get massive return on their sweat equity because the prices reflect M maintenance often.
I have changed the Oil, Break fluid, SC oil. In 3 years.
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      01-13-2019, 01:37 PM   #2699
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I'm in over $5K in maintenance (mostly preventative, but some mandatory) since August. so yeah it's an expensive car to maintain for most. Those that DIY most things get massive return on their sweat equity because the prices reflect M maintenance often.
I have changed the Oil, Break fluid, SC oil. In 3 years.
I did BE Rod Bearings, spark plugs, underbelly pan, tail lights, fluids etc. So it's not like mine was breaking apart, but those items added up.
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      01-13-2019, 01:42 PM   #2700
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Price: $32,981
Mileage: 35,400
Year: 2012
Transmission: DCT
Color: Melbourne Red / Black cloth interior / Carbon fiber trim
Options: 220 wheels, no nav, manual seats

Build journal: https://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1570914
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      01-15-2019, 03:03 PM   #2701
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Price: $32,981
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Build journal: https://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1570914
Nice pick up!!!! love Melbourne with cloth! I checked out your build thread too and see you are adding the same mods I would go for like black comp (GTS) wheels and exhaust.
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