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For a used BMW M3 (E46), a struggle at the auction

In July two thousand nineteenth year on the Internet auction site “Bring A Trailer” has appeared a curious lot — BMW M3 (E46) of the sample in 2003. The car quickly attracted the attention of potential buyers, and after only a few days for it has offered 52 000 dollars. Thus ended the auction at $90 000.

Watching auction of the journalists were surprised at such a high cost of second-hand Bavarian coupe. Some of them even believe that it was the most expensive ever resold M3 (E46) with mileage.

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

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Gone under the hammer “m” is equipped with a six-speed mechanics, which on the background of the problem the robot SMG looks more preferable. Plus the high cost of this instance has contributed to its relatively small mileage 25 700 km.

When this sold Dogdore has a number of third-party modifications, which usually has a negative impact on price, since buyers of these cars prefer to buy a car in its original state.

In particular, this M3 put on 19-inch wheels, the front here is set in line Brembo brakes with 380-millimeter discs and rear — chetyrehporshnevye with 355-millimeter. Plus the car has JRZ RS1 coilovers, adjustable front and rear sway bars and subframe Turner Motorsports.

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

За подержанный BMW M3 (E46) развернулась борьба на аукционе

Source:www.allcarz.ru
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