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Old 05-18-2003, 08:49 PM   #1
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Post Parting out 1983 320is very clean

I purchased this EXTREMELY clean bimmer with 177k last week and I let my friend drive it today, he proceded to hit a light pole while testing to make sure my limited slip works around a corner (IT WORKS). This just happened a few hours ago and I must part it out, below is a list of some prices. All parts are on the car, I havent taken anything off yet. The damage is to the hood and passenger fender, fan brushed agaist the radiator now but the car still drives.

Like New black recaro seats - 700
Limited slip 3.91 diff - 350
5 speed tranny and clutch - 350
(4) Nice BBS 13" wheels w/sumitomo tires - 400
Rear black seats - 150
Complete Engine (runs great) - Make offer
Like new black door pannels - 150
Front BBS spoiler - 100
like new 3 spoke steering wheel - 75

Anything else you can thing of is available and probably in great condition, including complete AC system, brake system,Dash stuff, CV shafts, interior trim, exterior trim, all lights, or body pannels (no dents except for pass fender and hood). This car was soooo clean, Im very dissapointed at what happened, but I have to move on. I can take off any parts and ship them except for the engine and tranny, if you want to help me pull the engine and/or tranny and pick them up, thats cool, I can probably get an engine hoist. The car in in front of my house in Pleasanton CA.

Please email me reemotecontrol@attbi.com or call me 925-998-3144

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Old 05-19-2003, 12:24 AM   #2
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It's frickin beatiful!!!!!
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Old 05-19-2003, 12:32 PM   #3
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dont let your friend use any of your stuff anymore. . .
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no kidding...
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i cant tell from the distance, but is that you 5 around the corner in that first image?
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its not my 5, but it is a rare Bour, weird removable top setup, pretty cool.
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Guess what!?! since I didnt get much of a response for parting it out, the guy who crashed the 320 agreed to fix it (as he should) , couple body pannels from the yard, fix the minor frame damage and Ill probably pay for a full new paint job. With any luck, it will be better than before (paint was fading and oxidizing). Its going to cost more than I paid for the car, but this car is so cool and clean, I think its worth it. Im also going to get some eibach springs, ansa exhaust and a k&n. Ill be sure not to let my 320is be driven by anyone else except me.
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That old school 3 series is beatiful, restore it and tune it and keep it safe drive it but keep it safe, its a beatiful car that is becoming a classic it truly has the bmw spirit in it.. the new bimmers are just meh...
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Back the the origional plan. The body shop said the frame rails would need to be replaced and its going to cost too much money. I also cant keep the car in front of my house, if someone wants to buy the whole car for $1500 obo, that would work and you will have all the parts to make a 2002 or a regular 320i much nicer. Or I am taking offers at lower prices for the parts listed above, and I forgot to mension that the tool box is complete and is 3 times bigger than a normal 320i box. Still, no parts have been removed from the car.
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Re: Parting out 1983 320is very clean

If your still sellin parts for the car ill make you an offer on the front Spoiler.
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