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« on: November 25, 2014, 12:53:07 PM »

1991 BMW 318is For Sale in Northville, Michigan.

I am selling this car because I do not have a garage any more. It is an excellent driver with no mechanical issues. I bought the vehicle from by grandpa about 9 years ago. It was always stored in a garage. There is some minor rust on the passenger door and under the battery box. The paint on the mirrors is bubbling. This is a mystery to me. No structural rust or damage. Interior is clean with no cracks in the dash. There are no modifications except for the Bilstein HD shocks. Overall the car is 9/10 mechanically, 7/10 exterior, 8/10 interior.

Mileage: 130,000
Price: $5,600
Color: Silver
Interior: Recaro sport seats with grey cloth
Transmission: 5-speed manual

New tires
Major Service Items (MM/YY):
Transmission flush, new shift linkage (05/14)
Rear shock mounts (04/14)
Rear brake pads & rotors (03/14)
Steering rack & hoses, center bearing, flex disc, exhaust, cat, O2 sensor (10/13)
Water Pump (10/11)
Front sway bar links, control arm, polyurethane bushings (08/11)
Timing chain tensioner (~2010)
Differential resealed (05/10)
Brake light switch (06/09)
Shocks & struts, Bilstein HD (04/08)
Front bumper and lower valence damaged, repaired & front end painted, no structural damage (04/08)
New Radiator (12/06)
Spark Plugs (06/06)
MPH Speedometer, car came from Canada with 72,000mi (07/06)
Recalls performed, fuel hoses, coolant hoses & intake manifold gasket (01/06)
Parts included with sale: Front pads & rotors, hose kit, headlight, oil filters
Non-working items: A/C, tape player (radio working), mirror adjustment switch, driver door lock cylinder (needs rebuild, car has central
locking, passenger and trunk cylinders working)










Note: I did not wash the car before taking the following pictures.























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« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2014, 11:01:28 AM »

Very nice!
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