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Racing Teatray

Expensive but hubba!!

Lots of want:

http://www.birdsgarage.co.uk/used...w-m3-3-2-2dr-iver-201604122884816
Roadrunner

It looks like it could have been specced by you from new.
Racing Teatray

I'd have gone for Cinnamon leather but otherwise yes!
Nice Guy Eddie

Not a fan of the interior but the rest of it I rather like.

Everytime I go to a trackday theres an E46 M3 being ragged around and they still look spot on and go like the clappers.

If I was in the market I'd go for something that's seen a fair amount more life for less then 10k and then spend 5k doing the suspension and brakes and you'd have a hell of a machine
PG

Nice Guy Eddie wrote:
Everytime I go to a trackday theres an E46 M3 being ragged around and they still look spot on and go like the clappers.


I was following one a few days ago and totally agree. The back end is just standard looking with 4 nice round pipes.  The current rear diffuser set up on the current M3 / M4 looks so fussy by comparison.
Big Blue

PG wrote:
Nice Guy Eddie wrote:
Everytime I go to a trackday theres an E46 M3 being ragged around and they still look spot on and go like the clappers.


I was following one a few days ago and totally agree. The back end is just standard looking with 4 nice round pipes. The current rear diffuser set up on the current M3 / M4 looks so fussy by comparison.


+1. The E92 is also pretty sedate compared to the F32

E46 M3's are now a sought after commodity in standard, manual spec. I assume E92s will follow suit, with the Comp pack and extended leather options.
Clunes

I saw that a few days ago and thought you would like it :)

They've had 3 nice examples in over the past few months - all in very nice condition and the price is certainly increasing - I've driven past them on a number of occasions recently but have avoided the temptation to drop in - so far!

I still rue the time I missed out on a very lat 54 reg manual on 18s with low mileage and in top condition a couple of years back - it was 12k and I doubt it would have lost a penny since.

The Full Fat Range Rover V8d appeals to the country gent side of me as well http://www.birdsgarage.co.uk/used...v8-vogue-5dr-iver-201604152998962
PG

Clunes wrote:
The Full Fat Range Rover V8d appeals to the country gent side of me as well http://www.birdsgarage.co.uk/used...v8-vogue-5dr-iver-201604152998962


Nice interior spec and they've avoided silly wheels too. Just change the privacy glass and that'd be great.
PhilD

PG wrote:
Clunes wrote:
The Full Fat Range Rover V8d appeals to the country gent side of me as well http://www.birdsgarage.co.uk/used...v8-vogue-5dr-iver-201604152998962


Nice interior spec and they've avoided silly wheels too. Just change the privacy glass and that'd be great.


Interior is lovely but I can't get over how dated they look outside. Oh and I'd keep the glass for the kiddies.

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