Im looking for a 2001 or so M3. Why does it seem every one for sale either has a SGM transmission or is a convertable?
I want a hard top with a manual transmission! Is that to hard to ask?! If you have one and are thinking about selling it LET ME KNOW!!! I sold my 1995 m3 to upgrade to this but im thinking it might be a while before i own a car again.
http://www.cars.com/for-sale/used/2001/bmw/m3/_/N- ma9Zfl1ZffpZgi8Zm5d? sf1Dir=DESC&mkId=20005&mdId=21392&rd=50&zc=11727&P Mmt=1-1- 0&stkTypId=28881&sf2Dir=ASC&sf1Nm=price&sf2Nm=miles&rp p=50&feedSegId=28705&searchSource=GN_REFINEMENT&crSr tFlds=stkTypId-feedSegId-mkId-mdId- yrId&pgId=2102&yrId=20197 Most of the hard top, and stick m3's where sold in the north and where never really re-sold. But a lot of people that went out and got them got the SGM transmission because it was just about the fastest shifting transmission at the time. but i hope that link helps you out.
Thanks, and its kinda funny i have already talked with the person selling that car. The whole divorced thing and moving to Florida, so selling her husbands car.
My 2002 M3 is for sale. Hard top and 6 speed. Check out my facebook profile in the photoshoot albums.
dont think i can get to it from here.
i am selling..
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