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** NOW Roffling**


Time to put this one up for sale.

150k miles

Good Points
Excellent engine and gearbox (switchable auto)
Fitted with sports leather interior in decent condition
Working Cruise control
Arm rest
16" sports wheels x5
Bodywork in decent condition
Recently serviced (Sept 17)
Can come with some spares

Gets 36mpg on a run at 70, and has been doing 31-32mpg on my commute (a mix of motorway and gridlocked town driving)

The m50b20 pulls well, and the gearbox shifts cleanly, with double kickdown working faultlessly

Drivers window doesn't work (suspect motor)
Bonnet difficult to open
Tyres needed soon
Rear arches have surface rust as per pics
Bodywork has occasional dings and dents/scrapes

Overall it's a fairly clean, solid E36 that hasn't been #driftyo'd. Sports leather, Cruise and an armrest mean it's a lovely mile muncher, with a pleasant 6pot soundtrack.

I'm after £500 ono, and would consider part ex/swap for something interesting or frugal:)


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I've just moved one on. Couldn't resist a completely rust free and original 323i Auto Coupe for a couple of hundred quid last weekend but with a misfire. Thought back to my 'I can't be arsed with this anymore' feelings a month ago, took the engine and box out and sold the rolling shell for £450 to a lad who's rebuilding a fucked rotten 328i Sport with it. Engine stripped (damaged piston) and all the bits on Evilbay as well as the box. It had only done 90'000 and the underside was like a three year old, not seen one like this for yonks.


They were a great car and so much better than what came after. But they're still firmly in the council modded slammed drift stance yo phase and hundreds are being ruined every year. A really lovely 316i Coupe in white and with 80k and zero rust is being stripped and built into a drift car this month. :-( They're already a rare sight in breakers now whilst there seems to be a  factory somewhere pumping out thousands of fucked rusty generally rubbish E46's every week to keep scrapyards and Ebay topped up with the hateful things.

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Have you tried Autotrader? 


Free for cars under £a bag, had success there with my Vespa and a man is coming tonight to (hopefully/probably) buy my Alfa...

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Have you tried Autotrader? 


Free for cars under £a bag, had success there with my Vespa and a man is coming tonight to (hopefully/probably) buy my Alfa...


Autotrader update: Alfa sold to nice man for £20 less than my (optimistic) asking price!

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