I was going to ask you if you wanted the gospel Or the bad news first in this day Good price or no dice Beamer, but I let the cat out of the bag from above about it Address reconstructed. Let’s see if the rest of the car and its price Overcome that black mark.
Chaos prevailed last Friday when the seller Ooup filter 1984 Toyota Tercel SR5 Wagon Reduced the price of the car in the ad from $4,500 to $3,750 in the middle of the competition. Damn you impulsive seller! Regardless, few of you owned it at either the original or the new improved price, with a few of you in the comments predicting that the Toyota was a $500 car, perfect. This view flowed into votes as Tercel was ousted in 73 Percent no dice loss.
Despite Toyota’s rough and tumble last Friday, it still managed to maintain a clean title, and seemed to exist unencumbered by major accidents, insurer buybacks, or sorcery. The same cannot be said of today 2004 BMW 330i. Instead, as stated in the ad, this Bimmer has a rebuilt title, albeit This apparently has nothing to do with the accident. It also sports 150,000 miles around the clock, a distance wearable Things like bushings, brake lines, and the like.
It’s all too bad because the 330i is really well-equipped, equipped with the ZHP Performance and Appearance Package and a six-speed manual transmission. It’s also painted Detain Red and wears 18-inch M Double-Spoke wheels. Inside, the cabin is trimmed with leather on the sports seats and the rear seat And that It features a carbon-fiber embossed belt that runs across the dashboard and top of the doors and extends to the transmission perimeter.
Everything in the car appears to be in very good condition although it’s probably no longer evidence of a “new car smell” since then. Apparently it Fully required Three air freshener trees in the cabin to keep the funk out.
According to the announcement, the car is “going smoothly”. The announcement also allays concerns about the car’s cooling system, a nagging reliability issue in E46’s six-cylinder cars. Here, almost everything has been replaced, with a new coolant, water pump, The thermostat keeps the car cooler intact.
It’s all good because these are cars that you really want to get in and to cut. The ZHP package brings the 330i near M3 levels of performance via a remapped ECU, available six-speed rows and a shorter final drive in the limited-slip rear end. With the ZHP option checked, the 3-liter M54 in-line six-cylinder engine bumps its output from 227 to 235 horsepower and pushes its red streak 300 rpm higher than the standard 330i. This made it good from zero to sixty times out of about five and a half seconds, and handling will still be impressive today.
Aesthetically, the package added a deeper front valance, swing-panel extenders, and super-slick M wheels. With all that together, the 330i is a car that talks the talk and takes the road.
But is this all for nothing? This car, after all, has that rebuilt moniker. this owes to Some previous unexplained infractions that were apparently not an accident. Maybe he recovered theft? Maybe it was in a flood? Who do you know? the thing of it he is Address reconstruction can seriously affect car value. Heck, some insurance companies won’t offer comprehensive coverage for a rebuilt car which means if you ever get into a serious accident, you could be in financial trouble.
However, this is all a risk that some are willing to takee – as long as the risk is reflected in a reasonably low price for the polluting vehicle. In the case of this highly coveted 330i, that price is $8,500. Now, as a reference point, there is a file Low mileage and different color example of this same model in bringing in a trailer which already has bids more than double the demand for this vehicle. Yes, this is kind of comparing apples and a slightly different kind of comparing apples, but you get the point.
Now let’s get to the point of this discussion: Is this 330i worth $8,500 with its rebuilt title? Or does this price feel too risky?
It’s your decision!
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