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      07-16-2019, 07:39 AM   #1
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FS: 2008 BMW 335i Coupe e92 Alpine White/Coral Red - Sport Pkg, Navi, PDC $8,500

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***PRICE DROP TO $8500 before I bring it to my local indy shop and address the valve cover gasket leak and coil pack. Then I will relist for $11,000***

Up for sale is my 335i coupe, this has been an amazing car (have had two). I've owned it for 5 years, currently sitting at 86,300 miles (my daily driver with short commute so wont go up much)

2008 Alpine White on Coral Red:

-OEM Diamond Black Trim + OEM M3 Novillo Leather consoles with aluminum iDrive knob (Still have OEM Walnut trims as well)
-Sport Package
-Active Steering (Pretty rare option)
-Active Cruise Control (expensive and rare option)
-PDC (Parking Distance Control)
-Navigation package
-Dakota Leather Package
-Comfort Access (keyless entry/start)
-Rear Sun Shade
-Premium Package
-7 Speaker HiFi Professional DSP - Logic 7
-Adaptive Xenon Headlights

Aftermarket parts:
-Cobb v2 tune (running stage 2 street)
-VRSF 3" Downpipes
-M3 Sideskirts
-M3 Steering Wheel Trim
(I have a lot more parts available could possible work a deal if interested, OEM M-Sport Bumper (White), OEM M-Sport Rear Bumper (Black), HRE 546 with step lips 19")

Maintenance:
-Just replaced front tires about two weeks ago (Continentals) + Alignment
-Rear Tires have around 30% life left (matching Continentals)
-Replaced all 6 coils/spark plugs around 2 year ago (needs another tune up)
-Replaced all four brake pads and rear rotors + Fresh brake fluid at BMW Dealership
-Has had the HPFP replaced at dealer
-Always have done oil changes 5k miles with the recommended BMW Semi-Synthetic blend.
-Replaced Thermostat at dealer

The bad; The car is getting a little old, and has some small issues (Full disclosure)

Cosmetically: The front bumper has small damage that has been touched up, there a couple small dings on the body, and one small scrape on the rear bumper. The rubber windshield trim is falling apart due to age/FL heat ($150 fix). The OEM 18" Sport rims need to be acid washed or repainted as the clear coat has failed and brake dust is sticking. Driver cup holder is sticking.

Mechanically: The car does have a small oil leak (Valve cover gasket, very common). Also has a coil starting to go out (I replaced all 6 coils/spark plugs about 2 years ago) Car drives just fine, but when under heavy throttle the engine has hesitation. (same as before when I had a coil going out)

















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      07-20-2019, 06:19 AM   #2
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bump for price DROP! $8,500 before I bring it to my local indy shop and address the valve cover gasket leak and coil pack.
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      07-20-2019, 01:15 PM   #3
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Great looking car! The price is so low, I am surprised no one has jumped on it yet. Good luck with the sale!
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really interested do you have a quote on how much the repairs would cost
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Quote:
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really interested do you have a quote on how much the repairs would cost
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quote on repair costs
Sorry for the delay,

Valve cover gasket oil leak is normally around $650 at an indy shop

To do a full refresh with 6 new coils and spark plugs would be around $800
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