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Thread: 2004 BMW ZHP Sedan - Imola Red / 6MT with 28K miles - $28K (EAG)

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    2004 BMW ZHP Sedan - Imola Red / 6MT with 28K miles - $28K (EAG)

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    EAG ladies and gentleman, pulling another gem out of the BMW heavens

    http://enthusiastauto.com/qsearch/?i...orm_display=51

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    I'm impressed that they're finding these low mileage cars in the first place, and then turning around and selling them pretty darn quickly. Good for them.

    It's kind of laughable to me, though. My father picked up his '06 TiAg on black leather coupe with 29k miles, 6MT, ZPP, ZCW, and an extra set of 17" BMW wheels for $17k last October. Now, it "lacks" Imola and two additional doors, but I don't think those are $11k worth of options.

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    Looks familiar...and with the way the new cars are for the price; this is a better deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCurves View Post
    I'm impressed that they're finding these low mileage cars in the first place, and then turning around and selling them pretty darn quickly. Good for them.

    It's kind of laughable to me, though. My father picked up his '06 TiAg on black leather coupe with 29k miles, 6MT, ZPP, ZCW, and an extra set of 17" BMW wheels for $17k last October. Now, it "lacks" Imola and two additional doors, but I don't think those are $11k worth of options.
    yes, but they have overhead to cover...

    i'd pay $17K for a 29K-mile post-10/2004 sedan. now, i would be picky on the color... TiAg, or mystic blue, i think.


    Quote Originally Posted by NoVAphotog View Post
    Looks familiar...and with the way the new cars are for the price; this is a better deal.
    no kidding - it totally is. there is still 12-year old rubber bits to contend with, but it's still a better deal.

    the want is strong with this one. wowzers!
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    When EAG sells these do they replace most of the wear items like cooling system, suspension bits and maybe even sagging pillars and rubber liners? I think they do clean and detail the car inside out and make it looks brand new-ish...

    If they do all that and I don't have to worry fixing stuff for a while then commanding a premium price is sort of ok, but I still agree that it is still quite pricey...


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    Looks like the selective legality of crack in Ohio is still in effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by san View Post
    When EAG sells these do they replace most of the wear items like cooling system, suspension bits and maybe even sagging pillars and rubber liners? I think they do clean and detail the car inside out and make it looks brand new-ish...

    If they do all that and I don't have to worry fixing stuff for a while then commanding a premium price is sort of ok, but I still agree that it is still quite pricey...


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    According to their description:

    Service Highlights Include an Inspection 2 Service with new fluids, filters + spark plugs, Preventative Cooling System Update with water pump, thermostat, expansion tank + system flush, brake fluid flush, power steering fluid flush, engine drive belts, upgraded urethane rear trailing arm bushings and performed a 4-wheel alignment. EAG also replaced the original tires with updated Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.
    Although their ad description says the car has the Premium Package, but photos show it does not have lumbar support i.e. no Premium Package.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCurves View Post
    According to their description:

    Service Highlights Include an Inspection 2 Service with new fluids, filters + spark plugs, Preventative Cooling System Update with water pump, thermostat, expansion tank + system flush, brake fluid flush, power steering fluid flush, engine drive belts, upgraded urethane rear trailing arm bushings and performed a 4-wheel alignment. EAG also replaced the original tires with updated Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.
    yep, and they are addressing both aged items (belts, rubber, etc age even without use), and some common weak points in doing this type of refresh. it is basically part of what i did to the estoril coupe as well. it does add up (the above is about $1700 in parts alone), and is maintenance you don't have to do for a while, so it is peace of mind. i wouldn't expect anything less at their asking prices.
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    I'm sorry but that is ludicrous! I am trying to help my friend buy a ZHP, and this price is laughable.

    Can anyone honestly say (even us) that they would take a 2004 ZHP with 28k miles for $28k, over a 2011 V8 M3 with a few more miles (~40k) for the same price (for sale right now)?

    You just can pretend prices don't go down over time.
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