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General Forum : e21 FOR SALE!

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ArnZ   Posted Sunday, Oct 29th 10:44am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 26
   
Qld, Australia
BMW 323i
Check Classifieds
suitable for people who live in QLD, Australia.

melloh   Posted Tuesday, Oct 31st 10:32pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 440
   
California, USA (San Jose)
1980 320is, 1991 318is
Speaking of cars for sale... just rumaging through my local craigslist and saw TWO '79 Bauers for sale. The one w/ pic looks purdy.....

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/car/226550808.html

Oops... scratch that. It's the same car. The good news... the price is dropping. Good thing I'm broke.


ArnZ   Posted Wednesday, Nov 1st 4:10am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 27
   
Qld, Australia
BMW 323i
took car off classfieds as ive decided to keep the car and continue forking out the money to work on it. so hard wen ur only a student.

sorry for the inconvience guys.

chupchup   Posted Wednesday, Nov 1st 4:22pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 111
   
Singapore
320m20
a lHD QLD Baur??????

Marquis_Rex   Posted Saturday, Nov 11th 10:20am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 495
   
UK
BMW 323i 2.7-as featured in Total BMW Nov 2002,Porsche 911/993TT
ArnZ wrote:
took car off classfieds as ive decided to keep the car and continue forking out the money to work on it. so hard wen ur only a student.

sorry for the inconvience guys.

Stick with it mate. I did when I was a student.
At one time my insurance premium for the 323i shot up and I was even considering selling it to get an Alfa 75 1.8 or 2 litre twin spark or a BMW 1602!
Thank heavens I never did!

ArnZ   Posted Saturday, Nov 11th 11:47am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
Member
Post nr. 31
   
Qld, Australia
BMW 323i
yeh im sticking to it, found some money and bought a donor 323i and im currently taking the engine out of it now. students salary sucks though

pjs323i   Posted Sunday, Nov 12th 2:12pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 51
   
Canberra, Australia
'81 323i
yeah i understand mate. I'm on $200 per week, thats really nothing when you work 25-30 hours and try to go to school!

i was thinking about selling mine, but i'm not now either.

to Marquis_Rex: there is nothing wrong with an alfa or a '02..they and the e21, happen to be my favourite cars! I plan to keep my beema now untill i can afford restore (and Daily-Drive) a Alfa Giuetta

Marquis_Rex   Posted Sunday, Nov 19th 5:10pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 496
   
UK
BMW 323i 2.7-as featured in Total BMW Nov 2002,Porsche 911/993TT
pjs323i wrote:
yeah i understand mate. I'm on $200 per week, thats really nothing when you work 25-30 hours and try to go to school!

i was thinking about selling mine, but i'm not now either.

to Marquis_Rex: there is nothing wrong with an alfa or a '02..they and the e21, happen to be my favourite cars! I plan to keep my beema now untill i can afford restore (and Daily-Drive) a Alfa Giuetta


Nothing wrong with old Alfas at all, especially in your part of the world where rust probably isn't such an issue, but not a weedy engined 1.8 litre or a 1.6 litre 4 cylinder "02.

I later bought a 3 litre V6 Alfa 75 along SIDE my E21. Boy that was an experience.

Check out my post here on the first page if you want to know why!
http://www.pistonheads.co.uk/gassing/topic.asp?p=1&f=23&t=326669&h=0

Oldmanwillie   Posted Friday, Jan 12th 5:44am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 8

South Australia
1982 323i motorsport
so here we have three aussie students with e21's struggling to afford them. but my god isnt it worth it. im not sure buying a BMW for my first car was a wise choice as having driven many other cars i dont think i could ever settle for anything less than a beamer. looks like im gonna be broke for a long time to come....

pjs323i   Posted Friday, Jan 12th 7:50am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 51
   
Canberra, Australia
'81 323i
Oldmanwillie: couldn't aggree more

ArnZ   Posted Friday, Jan 12th 10:51am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 52
   
Qld, Australia
BMW 323i
theres still a soft spot for the e21 in me... even though its burnt a hole in my pocket it still gives me sh*ts n giggles wen i drive it

Oldmanwillie   Posted Tuesday, Jan 23rd 6:31am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 16

South Australia
1982 323i motorsport
i tell you what the e21 is bloody lucky its so fun to drive and look at because there isnt too much else that would be worth the struggle.

Madhatter   Posted Tuesday, Jan 23rd 3:19pm [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
Member
Post nr. 91

Australia - QLD
E21, E24, E30
wait till you guys hit fuel or ignition problems, if you thought e21 parts were expensive you will enter a new stratosphere if those problems plague you.

Arent many decent examples left in the world, let alone in australia, they are definately getting few and far between.

ArnZ   Posted Wednesday, Jan 24th 10:59am [Edit] [Quote] [IMS] [View car]
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Post nr. 61
   
Qld, Australia
BMW 323i
madhatter thats why i bought a donar e21 lol


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