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      05-22-2012, 06:26 AM   #1
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Cool 2007 BMW 335i M Sport (E92) **Quick Sale Price**

Decided to start a proper thread now as the car is officially up for sale. Mortgage will be going through this week and cant have the best of both worlds right now

Can a moderator please delete my feeler thread. Many thanks.

2 Owners from new.

Rear 225 wheels are brand new and front wheels were refurbished 1 month ago by The Alloy Boys, Newtownards. Front tyres are very good Bridgestone runflats. Rears are very good Dunlop sports. Stock sizes.

Only serviced at 30,000 miles.

Specification

Tax - OCT 2012
MOT - Sept 2012

Sept 2007 BMW 335i M Sport
Sapphaire Black
Manual
Cream Leather
33,300 miles with FULL SERVICE HISTORY
BMW Prof Sat Nav and entertainment unit (DVD etc and Ipod connection in arm rest which i never spotted at the start)
Hi Fi Prof Sound System
Heated Seats
Electric Sunroof
Anthracite headlining
Phone prep/Bluetooth
MV4 225 19" Wheels with good tyres
Winter pack
Interior light pack
BMW Performance rear spoiler
Walnut Trim
Bi-Xenon Headlights

Cherised registration not included with sale. Will be re-registered on an NI Plate.

Car has some stone chips to front end as you would expect but has no other negative points to address. Stone chips are very minor.

Looking for 16,000













Please PM or email for details.

christopher.lindsay@live.co.uk
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07921923515 (After 7PM)

Many thanks for looking,

Chris

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      05-22-2012, 07:05 AM   #2
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Nice car Chris, and seems worth the asking price.
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      05-22-2012, 09:43 AM   #3
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Hi Chris, I've tried to PM but the iPhone is having none of it.

I'm in the market for one of these and yours looks fantastic, unsure of the finer details getting it home from NI but I'm sure it's not so hard.

Any warranty recalls or replacement parts? Turbo's healthy and rattle free?
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      05-22-2012, 10:09 AM   #4
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NI to mainland is fine, you can even keep it on the NI registration. Northern Ireland being in UK, not the same with Republic. Simply fly over pick it up and get ferry home, ive done it a few times myself with various cars.

Turbos are rattle free and work as expected. Car is very healthy and have no warranty call backs bar for tweo of the rear wheels having cracks. Brand new wheels on rear.

Anything else you need to know just give me a shout

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      05-22-2012, 10:15 AM   #5
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My mechanic gave it a clean bill of health around 3/4 weeks ago. I always get my cars checked over once I buy them. Hes a performance specialist so knows his stuff, compared to some dealer garages
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      05-22-2012, 11:00 AM   #6
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Flights to NI can be very cheap so that shouldn't be too off putting. The other option is to get the car transported from NI to England/Scotland/Wales. Door to door is about 200 I reckon.

Also Chris I assume you got a 12 month RAC warranty when you purchased, is that transferrable to new owner? That could give a buyer a bit of reassurance.
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      05-22-2012, 11:12 AM   #7
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3 months engine and gearbox warranty with RAC runs out end of June.

They dont do warranty anymore for them, you get the warranty through Autogard. I have mine setup they just havnt taken payment yet so for 325 the new owner could have gold warranty with Autogard for a further 12 months from end of next month. I just dont trust those after sale warrantys. My plan was to get BMW warranty through JKC next month.

As davy says flights are very cheap to either international or city airports. I can meet buyer at any port or airport no problem.

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      05-24-2012, 11:01 AM   #8
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Anyone who buys this BM ill throw in the H&R springs for 100. Brand new lowering springs. RRP is 190 on these.
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      05-24-2012, 02:26 PM   #9
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Are you advertising in any of the local websites? They are your best option.

Or sell back to Gavin?
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      05-24-2012, 02:29 PM   #10
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Flights to NI can be very cheap so that shouldn't be too off putting. The other option is to get the car transported from NI to England/Scotland/Wales. Door to door is about 200 I reckon.

Also Chris I assume you got a 12 month RAC warranty when you purchased, is that transferrable to new owner? That could give a buyer a bit of reassurance.

Bringing cars from GB to here cost me about 225-250 depending how far south it was. I'm not sure if they'd do it cheaper going the other way though as they might go out empty?
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      05-25-2012, 06:14 AM   #11
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Cars on UsedCarsNI at present and on some forums.

Autotrader and Pistonheads next week for some more advertising.

If full asking price of 16,000 is paid ill let the springs go for FREE

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Now advertised on Autotrader and UsedCarsNI

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classifi...s/10?logcode=p

Would have thought it might have sold on here but needs must so now open to general public lol

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I'm open to offers from E90 members of course
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Its a lovely car ive seen it about. Your only issue is price. Your really at BMW main dealer money there. Loads available with slightly higher miles at 13-15k private.

I know its brutal but thats the market.
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      06-02-2012, 10:42 AM   #16
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Price is spot on dude. It's the market at present. This spec is not easy to find
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Like I said though sensible offers would be considered
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Its a lovely car ive seen it about. Your only issue is price. Your really at BMW main dealer money there. Loads available with slightly higher miles at 13-15k private.

I know its brutal but thats the market.
Agree, if price was spot on it would sell, if no interest then it's obviously priced too high
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Well like I said price is spot on ... If it doesn't sell then I'll re-evaluate the price but it's only been up on autotrader now for 2 and a half days so I'll let that deal run out then see what happens ... Simple as that really.

Now can we stop spamming my thread

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Ok dilemma has hit found new car that ticks the boxes for my new venture

Need quick sale now so in regards to posts above price reduced to 15,350 OVNO

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What's the new car?
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Well like I said price is spot on ... If it doesn't sell then I'll re-evaluate the price but it's only been up on autotrader now for 2 and a half days so I'll let that deal run out then see what happens ... Simple as that really.

Now can we stop spamming my thread

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Dont think members are spamming the thread ,just giving a possible reason why its not sold based on their experience of the current market
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