Unless you’ve been hiding under an old BMW for the past few weeks, you probably have read something about the new 2019 BMW 3-series, and you may have caught that it launches without a manual gearbox option!?!? That’s it, I’ve had it — I’m never buying a new BMW again…oh…wait…I’ve never purchased a new BMW and probably wouldn’t if I had Bill Gates’ money because used BMWs are so delectably cheap and available with manual gearboxes and non-hideous styling. Like this 1989 BMW 325i offered for $3,500 in SF Bay Area, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1989 bmw 325i
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: blue
title status: clean
For sale I have a 1989 BMW 325i with the 5 speed manual transmission. The car runs strong and has been very reliable since I’ve owned it over the past 4 years and the 25,000 miles that I’ve been drivig the car, including cross country road trips. If you’re looking for a car that’s super fun to drive on canyon roads and reliable to commute in then this is it.
Lowered on Bilstein Sport Suspension
E36 Headunit with a bluetooth tape deck (wirelessly connect your phone in a 30 year old car!)
Short shifter kit
Ireland Engineering cat-back stainless exhaust
Fading paint and clear coat peeling
No power locks
Passenger seat belt does not buckle
Washer fluid not spraying
Euro clock freezes intermittently
Finicky trunk lock
Non-functional engine oil sensor
The car has a clean title and recently passed smog check, valid until October 30th. Call or text if you have any questions or want to come check out the car.
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