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  1. Hunter
    March 26, 2020 @ 12:57 pm

    "It's only original once"
    Counterpoint: it would drive, ride, and handle better if it were objectively slightly worse in every manner, with the exception of brand new, modern tires.

    I would like to say, that paint looks great in such good condition.

  2. stingrayV12
    March 26, 2020 @ 1:13 pm

    $65K New 1997- Gold $365/oz in 1997 If you bought gold -today you'd looking at $300K- AND you wouldn't have to replace the timing chain guides!!!

    • stingrayV12
      March 31, 2020 @ 11:58 pm

      WOW- sold for $132,400…..

    • DailyTurismo
      April 1, 2020 @ 5:36 pm

      That is an eye-watering amount of sauerkraut!!

  3. BarbPaddles
    March 26, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    What are/were the chances:
    hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2020/03/25/e38-gen-158-mile-bmw-7-series-literally-bubble-wrapped?utm_source=SFMC&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20_March_26_Newsletter_NewDD

  4. hilux30
    March 26, 2020 @ 5:37 pm

    So it needs every last gasket and seal replaced now because some fool thought he can preserve it by not driving it.. Stupid

  5. Unknown
    March 26, 2020 @ 6:34 pm

    Not sure if I would consider this a good deal. I never liked the 7-series limo and those that do would probably be happier in the newer ones since they would probably use the rear seat. I always thought the 5 series was the better car (for me). I have and still drive an old 190 E from 1991 and the paint was better in those years, but I am having trouble getting it fixed due to parts no longer being produced? MB get off your high horse and make parts available for the older cars.

  6. Stan Beyerman
    March 27, 2020 @ 12:38 am

    Most. Expensive. Snowglobe. Ever.

    -Stan (the "Christmas in March" Stan…)

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