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      05-11-2012, 08:00 PM   #1
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how do i do this deal with an out of state dealer

Ok, so im close to pulling the trigger on an 09 335 CPO from NY pending inspection tomorrow.
(there are no black on black x drive sedans with nav and sport in the chicago land area worth buying)

How do i deal with selling the old car i dont want to go to car(grab my ankles)max unless i have no choice.
the plate transfer and shipping back home.
or would it be better to fly out there and drive it back
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Short answer, ship your car out there and have the same transport pick your new BMW back.

Or, ship your new car here, and sell your current car private party. That way you don't have to deal with "well, this is what your trade is worth", and you still get your ride. I deal with a shop in Farmingdale(Long Island) on a regular basis if you need an independent inspection.

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