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Thread: Couple used Manual Tranny Bimmers with Sport Packages - E39 530 & E46 325

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    Default Couple used Manual Tranny Bimmers with Sport Packages - E39 530 & E46 325

    Couple cars here on the lot I thought I'd share with you all. Email me if you're interested. emoes@knauz.com

    My site, so I thought I could do a little whoring, or info sharing, however you like to think of it. Thanks guys.

    2001 325
    VIN Number: FV00359
    Body Style: Sedan
    Mileage: 38,968
    External Color: Steel Gray Metallic
    Interior Color: Black Leatherette
    Transmission: Manual
    Dealer's stock#: B60111A
    Sport Package
    Glass Moonroof
    In-dash Cd Player
    Price: $23,995 *

    2003 530
    VIN Number: CE94822
    Body Style: Sedan
    Mileage: 53,110
    External Color: Jet Black
    Interior Color: Black Leather
    Transmission: Manual
    Dealer's stock#: BP260
    Cold Weather Package
    Premium Package
    Sport Package
    Xenon Headlights
    Price: $33,995 *

    A Bimmer Nut for sure: '04 530im (current daily driver), '97 m3, '98 323is, '99 Z3, '01 740iL, '06 330cicm zhp, '02 R1150R, '69 r60, Owner/Operator of www.Bimmer.info and www.BimmerNut.com
    And I still maintain: '90 535im (sold to daughters best friend, one of my favorite bimmers), '92 525im (daughters other best friend now drives this one).

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    Oh, I'm located just North of Chicago (as many of you may already know), and I can post pics if anyone is real interested.

    A Bimmer Nut for sure: '04 530im (current daily driver), '97 m3, '98 323is, '99 Z3, '01 740iL, '06 330cicm zhp, '02 R1150R, '69 r60, Owner/Operator of www.Bimmer.info and www.BimmerNut.com
    And I still maintain: '90 535im (sold to daughters best friend, one of my favorite bimmers), '92 525im (daughters other best friend now drives this one).

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    so hows being on the dark side at the dealer treating ya?
    all america wants is cold beer warm cat and a place to take a poop with a door on it

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    Winfred, it's actually a lot of fun. I'm not really seeing a dark side. So many of the people are Bimmer enthusiasts, they make it fun. The car is the car, it is what it is, and what it is is an aufully good product. Negotiating is the other interesting aspect. And with all the info on the net, with Edmunds TMV price, it's not a big deal either. Everyone knows invoice and everyone knows what they're selling for. I'm not greedy, so I don't really play any games. Fair price for a great car. At least that's what I'm seeing and doing so far.

    Great cars, ride-n-drives (driving sideways with all the other brands), making money sitting around BSing with people about Bimmers. Delivering cars to people who are rewarding themselves with nothing but the best.

    So, with that said, I'm lovin it. Not sure if it'll wear off at all, but so far, it's real cool.

    A Bimmer Nut for sure: '04 530im (current daily driver), '97 m3, '98 323is, '99 Z3, '01 740iL, '06 330cicm zhp, '02 R1150R, '69 r60, Owner/Operator of www.Bimmer.info and www.BimmerNut.com
    And I still maintain: '90 535im (sold to daughters best friend, one of my favorite bimmers), '92 525im (daughters other best friend now drives this one).

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    Glad to hear you are doing well at the dealer. You've got it in your blood, might as well make a career out of it. Secretly, I think we're all jealous...=)
    I just put the new adjustable Koni's on the M5 Saturday, what a difference! The old original fluid dampers on the M5 were shot. Now the ride is smoother and the handling is much more quick than it used to be.
    I put your BOGES in the trunk so as not to forget them when I go to the E34 picnic.
    How does Sharon feel when you come home from work everyday with a big smile on your face??? =) Nothing like enjoying your job, and ed, you've got a great one!!!

    Jr

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    Hey Ed... got your message, tried to get back to you, no response... ?

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    TC, you got a PM.

    JR, yep job is real cool. It's definitely a learning experience, and I consider everything I do a learning experience.

    See you all at the picnic, it'll be fun. I won't be there till later as us sales people work on Sat too.

    Oh, I forgot to mention, we do have a 1998 M3 Convertible for sale here also. It's an Auto tranny, cool for those for whom that is a requirement.

    A Bimmer Nut for sure: '04 530im (current daily driver), '97 m3, '98 323is, '99 Z3, '01 740iL, '06 330cicm zhp, '02 R1150R, '69 r60, Owner/Operator of www.Bimmer.info and www.BimmerNut.com
    And I still maintain: '90 535im (sold to daughters best friend, one of my favorite bimmers), '92 525im (daughters other best friend now drives this one).

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