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1999 BMW M COUPE

SOLD on or around July 6, 2011

80,000 miles

$10,900
Sale Price Unknown
1999 BMW M Coupe in Arctic Silver Metallic over Dark Gray & Black Nappa
  • Exterior Color Arctic Silver Metallic
  • Interior Color Dark Gray & Black Nappa
  • Engine S52
  • Title Branded

Seller Description

1999 BMW M COUPE,V6, 3.2, M POWER ENGINE, 6 SPEED MANUAL, LEATHER SEATS 2 TONE, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 80000 MILES, $10900

Seller

Private
Inland Empire, CA

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My Comments

7/6/11 Update - Listing was deleted, so I assume it sold.

5/28/11 Update - Back again. Still listed at $10,900

5/21/11 Update - Price reduced to $10,900 from $11,500

5/17/11 Update - Someone checked it out in person. Here are their thoughts:

A test drive and a close inspection of the work left me still wanting to buy it, although the repair job was not the best. And there was a bit of shimmy/wobble from the rear end that could have been a tire out of balance, but could have been bad axle or something with the diff.

Rear subframe looked out of a junkyard car- had some markings on it.

There is overspray on the rubber 1/4 window seal. Paint looks good ont he 1/4, but it was wet out and couldn't get a really good look at how the spray job was.

The rear diff mount looks ok, it might have some stress cracks starting on the u piece, but the truck floor seems secure and not bad.

The shady part came to the paperwork.

Has the salvage certificate in hand, but it is signed over from state farm insurance to a maxum auto or similar. He has a bill of sale from maxum auto to him, amd maxum auto has signed back of salvage certificate. That bill of sale lists a mexico address for the maxum auto's business address, and doesn't have any contact information.

He never got the title salvage certificate into his name, and is trying to re-sell the car perhaps in trying to avoid the nasty nasty taxes.

5/5/11 Update - I added a few larger photos. It was hit on the passenger side and rear panel but looks like it was repaired pretty well.

4/29/11 Update - Price appears to have been raised to $11,500 from $10,500

This appears to be the same seller as this coupe, so I assume it's also a salvage title. I'm also guessing it's black and gray two-tone as it's not mentioned in the listing. From the photos it looks like it was repaired pretty decently. The price is fair.

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