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    thanks guys i'd never of thought an m3 would be so cheap but i've just looked and i'm in heaven. you've probs just saved me wasting a lot of money, and losing to m3's rather than having one!! now to find one that hasn't been shagged by a rich little boy with a lead foot!! one more question are there any issues i should be looking at considering they're gonna be over 100k at that age? thanks again
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leezamonkey View Post
    thanks guys i'd never of thought an m3 would be so cheap but i've just looked and i'm in heaven. you've probs just saved me wasting a lot of money, and losing to m3's rather than having one!! now to find one that hasn't been shagged by a rich little boy with a lead foot!! one more question are there any issues i should be looking at considering they're gonna be over 100k at that age? thanks again
    You should be fine with any BMW including M3 so long as it has service history.

    A BMW with over 100k on the clock is not a worry

    Obviously try to get as lower mileage as your money will buy if mileage still concerns you but like I said it's not an issue so long as it has BMW or Independant BMW specialist, service history.
     
     

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    cheers man
     
     

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    Indeed, all I was gonna say was make sure it has a FSH. Mine has a FSH, 108,000 miles on it, and still runs like clockwork.
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    I would definitely go for the bmw m3, but u have to get the m3 evo 3.2 engine 321bhp, u cannot go wrong with the car!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by omey786zz View Post
    I would definitely go for the bmw m3, but u have to get the m3 evo 3.2 engine 321bhp, u cannot go wrong with the car!!
    Apart from when the Vanos gets noisy and you end up forking out over £1000 for a new unit
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronnie View Post
    Apart from when the Vanos gets noisy and you end up forking out over £1000 for a new unit
    single vanos are not bullet proof i know the double normally has more issues but i would say its more to do with looking after the system i.e maintanace changing vanos filters etc
     
     

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