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      01-27-2018, 08:15 PM   #1
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2007 335i Price? LOW MILES

So the I think the time may have come where I *might* have to sell my baby. I'm going off to college in Boston so I'm not sure if im taking it with me or selling it. I can't have a car my freshman year so it's definitely getting stored for a year. I'm just curious to see how much I could get for it if I was to sell it. (Really want an M4 after college )

I have pages of service records from when it was first purchased. I'm the third owner. Other owners hardly ever drove it. Car currently has only 52k miles.

I have put in just over $10k in mods to it. Have receipts for all of it. (I'm not expecting to get hardly anything extra because it's modded.)

JB4 Tune
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Oil chanhes every 3k miles
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Akebono Brake Pads

I might be missing some stuff but thats the majority of it. The interior would be a 9/10, Non-iDrive, no comfort access, manual. Always cleaned and waxed. I'm just curious to see what I could sell it for to the right person. I have had a couple managers at my work ask if I was going to sell it and they would be interested lol. I really hope I dont have to since it is my baby lol. It's my first car. I'll post some pics that I have of it.







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Dealer trade in would likely be around $8K.

Private party would probably be around $10-12K. Possibly more, but you might have to wait a while.

If you still have the stock parts, you might get more money returning it to stock, and selling off the individual mods and car separately (more work/time of course..).
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Man will you be disappointed in a M4 after driving that guy....
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      01-29-2018, 12:31 PM   #4
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Man will you be disappointed in a M4 after driving that guy....
Really? What makes you say that? The M4 is also an in-line 6 twin turbo.
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      01-29-2018, 02:45 PM   #5
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Really? What makes you say that? The M4 is also an in-line 6 twin turbo.
No hydraulic power steering (very vague steering feel), much more turbo lag, very slow around a road course for how much it costs, rev matching is forced upon you unless you turn it into certain modes, its a fat car, the engine bay is more cramped than a N54 (insane, right?)....all this combined with the astronomical cost of owning one. I'm good.

I've driven one extensively as a competitive benchmark vehicle. Wasn't all that impressed after owning a 1 series and being in several 3 series E series vehicles. BMW screwed the pooch on F series.
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Really? What makes you say that? The M4 is also an in-line 6 twin turbo.
No hydraulic power steering (very vague steering feel), much more turbo lag, very slow around a road course for how much it costs, rev matching is forced upon you unless you turn it into certain modes, its a fat car, the engine bay is more cramped than a N54 (insane, right?)....all this combined with the astronomical cost of owning one. I'm good.

I've driven one extensively as a competitive benchmark vehicle. Wasn't all that impressed after owning a 1 series and being in several 3 series E series vehicles. BMW screwed the pooch on F series.
That's pretty disappointing especially since it's an M car. You would think that it would be the best of what BMW has to offer. I guess cars are just getting too soft these days.
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That's pretty disappointing especially since it's an M car. You would think that it would be the best of what BMW has to offer. I guess cars are just getting too soft these days.
IMO None of them have liven up to the cost since the E46 basically.
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Man will you be disappointed in a M4 after driving that guy....
By the time he finishes college they are going to be some fantastic models available and the M4 will be in the sweet spot as far as price range.

For what itís worth I would just sell it instead of storing it that wonít do anything except make the price go down even though youíre not driving it. I say throw it out there at 11500 and see if you get any bites. obviously you have the luxury of time and the need not to sell
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In Atlanta something like this would go for 15K private, not 10-12, but i agree with the 8K trade in value. I mean this is a nice color, tastefully modded, and I'm guessing no rattle? Not sure if you have sold since you posted but i think if you wait for a bit you should be able to get 15 for it easy. GL, and whatever you do dont buy a new M4 (HawkeyeGeoff is right). If you really want an M car go for a e92 M3 and supercharge it. My place to go for new interesting cars would be the classifieds section of stanceworks forums.
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I'd just keep it man.

It's clean AF, and whatever you get for it wouldn't be worth the actual value.

Ride it till the wheels fall off
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I'd just keep it man.

It's clean AF, and whatever you get for it wouldn't be worth the actual value.

Ride it till the wheels fall off
I've come to that conclusion too. I know it's not worth a lot but it's worth a lot to me. I've actually put bigger turbos, port injection, custom tune, spec stage 3+ clutch and stage 3 lpfp so it looks like I'm going to keep it for quite a while. Car made 530hp and 610 torque on the dyno while on low boost
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