We have in our possession a BMW E46 330Ci convertible. It was recently purchased of a car yard on the Central Coast.The vehicle came to us with a list of problems that the dealer had washed its hands of. Misfires and coolant leaks to name a few.
The latest fault to arise is a wiring short in the transmission wiring causing the transmission fuse to blow as soon as you turn the ignition on. This causes the car to go into limp home mode, it still drives but has limited power and starts in a higher gear.
The client has decided he has had enough of it and wants us to sell it as it is, rather than fixing this latest fault. You now have all the facts surrounding the vehicle it would need to go straight to an auto electrician after purchase but you could land your self a nice BMW for a good price.
The owner has said to see what we can get for it, I interrupt this as throw it open for offers and see what we get. However be forewarned I know this client well and what he feels a car is worth and what the car is actually worth are two very different things. Still its worth a try right? make you offer and ill cop the verbal abuse from a British Geriatric when he is personally offended by offers that are fair and reasonable.
Rego expires 8/7/2017
We shall say $9000 and go from there. Throw your offers and we can see what happens.