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LOOKING FOR:

Ride to Oktoberfest       

Need a ride to O’fest 18, in Pittsburgh. I only have one car now and my spouse needs it for work.

Contact Info
Chet Kingsbury #1188 contact by email:dingsboms9@gmail.com or phone: 520-256-5301

 


CARS FOR SALE:

 

1997 BMW M3                                  Listed 3/12/18 

   

Time to clear out the garage a little. Purchased this car 6 years ago and have put 25k on it since. All maintenance below has been done during that period unless marked otherwise.

Bimmerworld intake
SS header (previous owner)
Remus exhaust (previous owner)
Conforti Tune
Mishimoto (all aluminum) Radiator
Mishimoto silicone hoses
Water Pump (Bosch)
Pulleys n Tensioners–all new w/ belts
Aluminum Alt Pulley (no worry of cracking, as originals were know to do)
Cooling Fan and viscous clutch
New headliner
Motion Motorsports Short Shifter (beautiful piece) w/billet aluminum shifting rod
Shifter bushings and linkage (all brand new)
Clutch line–braided stainless (and a correct bleeding)
CDV deleted
ASC delete (previous owner, available for re-install if desired)
Diff drain/fill w/Redline fluids
Ground Control Street/School coil-overs (low mileage and no track-yet)
GC Hybrid camber plate
GC RTAB limiters
RTAB’s are new
Upgraded rotors
Cool Carbon Brake Pads
OZ 17×8 lightweight race wheels
SSI Stealth Under-panel
Carbon Creation Hood
Depo Headlights with angel eyes and HID’s (white)
A/C recently serviced and works very well
Front speakers upgraded 18m ago, rears done before purchase
Kenwood CD player w/Bluetooth phone and music w/Pandora interface

Starts easy, drives well, handling is amazing! This model was rated by Car and Driver as “Best Handling Car At Any Price” in 1997 (over the Porsche 911, Ferrari, Corvette and all other comers). The motor is one of the most reliable ever put in a car by BMW and accelerates the car 0-60 faster than the Trans-Am Firebird of the same year (which had a much larger engine).

Please let me know if you would like to view the car, test drives for serious buyers only.

Thank you for your interest. $7,500

Contact Info
Scott B

pelican1490@gmail.com

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2006 BMW 330i 6spd manual w/BMW Performance Suspension                   Listed 3/12/18
For sale is my 2006 BMW 330i, for which I am the second owner. I purchased it directly from the first owner in Nov 2011. The car is in excellent, well cared for condition and needs nothing mechanically. I am a BMW Car Club of America member and love the car, but a changing family necessitates the sale.

I have the complete service records including from the original owner and have maintained it myself using the “Mike Miller old school” maintenance schedule. I have included a link here to my maintenance spreadsheet, and will also pass along my original folder of all service records, as well as the original owner’s European Delivery pictures of the car in the factory/driving around Germany (see preview below):

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12KMp5CBk_PS6tBseKmPKQ4GUDyNhnOPBn0ZmuYuVfzw/edit?usp=sharing

VIN: WBAVB33526PS06863

Mileage: 91,042

Options:
1. Sport package (sports seats, 3 spoke sport steering wheel, sports suspension)
2. Premium package (Dakota leather powered seats, power folding mirrors, Homelink transmitter)
3. Heated seats
4. Metallic Titanium Silver paint
5. Satellite radio prep
6. European delivery option (original owner)

Upgrades/changes:
1. BMW Performance Suspension Version 2.0, installed July 2013 ( @53k miles). This kit, from BMW, contains new performance shocks and springs as well as all the assorted hardware needed for the swap. The ride is slightly firmer and slightly lower than the factory Sport suspension.
2. Four 18×8.5’’ (rear size) style 162 wheels installed for a square stance to allow for tire rotation. 245/40/18 Dunlops (with 21k miles, purchased Oct. 2015) all around.

Maintenance:
It’s probably best for you to peruse the spreadsheet above as there are over 100 items listed. Major items include:
1. Transmission/differential/power steering fluid flush (~50k miles, Dec-Feb 2012-13)
2. Waterpump (Nov 2014)
3. Valve cover gasket (Mar 2016)
4. Spark plugs (Mar 2016)
5. Oil filter housing gasket (Mar 2016)
6. New battery + registration (Jan 2018)
7. New “Takata recalled” driver airbag (Jan 2018)
8. Front and rear brakes (Jan 2018 & Aug 2017, respectively)

Highlights:
1. This is the last year top model 3 series with a naturally aspirated engine. All later models either went to the turbocharged engines (335i and beyond) or were the lower model (the 328i, until 2013).
2. 6 speed manual, a dying breed and an utter delight the drive, especially coupled with that smooth naturally aspirated BMW inline 6.
3. Hydraulic steering. See Motor Trend’s description below. Don’t take my word for it.
3. Non-iDrive/navigation: this is one of the best things I decided on. My father also had an 06 330i but with iDrive/navigation and it became very clunky/buggy/slow. I love the clean look without it and the usable small cubby where the iDrive controller would have been.
4. Always garaged, always premium fuel, shortened oil change intervals

This is an almost twelve year old car so there are some cosmetic imperfections. First, the front bumper lower edges have scratches as my driveway in my neighborhood is steep, and having ramps is against the neighborhood association code……… The rear bumper was backed into in 2014 while parked and has a touch up spot. There are other small blemishes but are pretty minor. Patina really. One of the tires has a gash on the edge from a sharp curb I scrubbed in 2015. Still holding air great though. The driver side seat bolster has minor wear with no tears. Normal BMW wear.

Please feel free to ask questions. I have a lot of pictures and can take more if you would like.

Here is a link to the CarFax report:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eyzjq2ly1rw_UQs6JZUUa3DU97hpsL6K

From Motor Trend’s Long Term Wrap Up of a 2006 BMW 330, read here::
“We stood united in gushing over the 3’s sublime steering and handling poise. Look up the word “fluidity” in the dictionary, and you’ll find a picture of the 330i. The wheel-a wonderfully meaty three-spoke design-responds to your hands like a…well, like a precision German instrument, which it most certainly is. The ride tends toward the hard side, but not uncomfortably so. And it’s all but impossible to upset the chassis-come pothole or tar strip, the 330i keeps its feet planted. There’s real magic inside those wheelwells.”

Price: $10,500

Contact Info
571-449-6368
Name
Jeremy Owens
Email
Audiogti@gmail.com

PARTS WANTED:


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PARTS FOR SALE:

BMW code / reset tool Peake Research R5/fcx Peake R5/fcx            Listed 4/25/18

BMW code reader. 20 pin with the ‘Pacman’ center alignment peg. I don’t it need any more since I sold my ’97 BMW 840Ci. Believe it is used on 1988 – 2000 or 2002 BMWs. Please check peakresearch website for more information.
It comes with the instructions and codes booklet.
Thought I would give the club first dibs.
$100
Call Rick 757-407-8883

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 1989 6 Series Parts        Listed 3/16/18

Price is negotiable as all parts must go ASAP and my phone number is 757-867-6435 (email: Fjtrackjr1@cox.net)

– 1989 AC compressor and receiver dryer

– Late 80s Hydraulic pump and reservoir for self leveling suspension (if I recall correctly, this came out of an M5)

– New dashboard cap with donor dash including vents and replacement vent screw plugs

– Rear spoilers; two different types

– Rear trunk lid red with holes drilled for Racing Dynamics Spoiler (see attached photo, but I don’t have the spoiler)

– Bumper rubber rear (New rear set for late 80s vintage)

– Air cleaner housing

– New M6 air filter (larger than regular air filters that I bought by

mistake)

– Multiple sets of aluminum trim that goes along the door window with the rubber seal; are in usable condition, but none are perfect

– Complete Rubber trim for around left and right side windows

– M Sport steering wheel with leather in fair condition

 


 


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