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Value of a '95 M3?
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:13 pm
Post subject: Value of a '95 M3?

I'm considering selling my dedicated autocross car, but I honestly have no idea what the value is, due to it being a salvage title car.

The car was apparently sideswiped a number of years before I got it, in Colorado, which is where it was salvage titled.

The car was completely gone over by Bimmerhaus in Colorado, and the suspension was then redone and set up by Bob Tunnell (multi time national champion in SCCA Solo, and owner of Bimmerhaus).

I have receipts for about $8,000 worth of suspension work, as well as for a complete replacement of the cooling system that I've done since I got it.

I can break down the suspension in detail if needed - basically completely replaced all factory bushings, has adjustable perches, caster/camber plates, front/rear braces, double adjustable TC-Kline custom valved Koni's at all 4 corners, 500#f, 550#r.

The A/C is complete, but has never been charged, so I do not know if it works - for purposes of pricing, we'll just say it doesn't work.

I have the factory power seats (which have some torn upholstery but are otherwise in good shape).

Just looking for a bit of an idea of what the value would be, so I can decide if it's worth selling or not.

It has 120,500 miles. Runs and drives great, had some cosmetic issue around the fenders and front end as can be seen in the photos.







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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 6:25 pm
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seeing as the title is the only problem, i would price it at $3k, but thats just what i would pay, not the real value.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 7:38 pm
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Your probably best at selling all the aftermarket parts and selling it stock.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 8:40 pm
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hakstern wrote:
Your probably best at selling all the aftermarket parts and selling it stock.

That would require actually acquiring all the stock parts, and *effort*. Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:49 pm
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As said title is the hard part, I would say 6k-8k range to someone who wants a track car

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:35 am
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i would say 3k just because most of the time other buyers dont care how much money you put in it. its a car with a salvaged title which means most buyers will run.
You could list it for 5-7k but it will probably take forever to find the right buyer that appreciates the value of the parts (might get lucky and sell it off the bat)

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:43 pm
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Thanks for the input. The target market would most certainly be 'track' or 'autocross', due to the title and modifications.
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Just try posting it on the AZ SCCA and NASA AZ classifieds. With it set up the way it is, that's your best bet. Could also try the national SCCA/NASA web site, too.

Kind of in that in between stage. Suspension done, but not caged or gutted so it will sell for less than a complete race car in NASA. SCCA or other autocross site will be your best bet.
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