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    Hi and welcome frazmuz :0

    Im sure someone can help you out.
    just post a thread in the E30 section of the site and your questions will hopefully be answered
     
     

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    Hi I'm WhitWolf and new to the Forum, well I would be I just joined
     
     

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    Hi. 1st forum and 1st BMW Newbie all round

    I have got my heart set on a 1980'S 3 series Cabrio and would love some advice on best/worst of the bunch. Looking to spend less than £1500. What is max mileage to consider, best engine, ease of maintenance, parts availability, common faults that sort of thing. Will be used for summer cruising and kept garaged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frazmuz View Post
    hi . i have two bmw E30's a red 325i se estate lowered on 15"'s and a E30white 325i sport coupe lowered . i need help trying to fix my hand brake cable's on my sport. can anyone help thanks
    Welcome to the forum Frazmuz
     
     

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    Welcome to Bimmerforums WhiteWolf
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLH View Post
    Hi. 1st forum and 1st BMW Newbie all round

    I have got my heart set on a 1980'S 3 series Cabrio and would love some advice on best/worst of the bunch. Looking to spend less than £1500. What is max mileage to consider, best engine, ease of maintenance, parts availability, common faults that sort of thing. Will be used for summer cruising and kept garaged.

    Help!!!!!

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    Welcome to the forum TLH
     
     

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    Hi All

    Just wanted to say hello - have just bought a 1998 328i Coupe - my
    previous Bimmer was a 316 so it's a bit of a jump in power. Nice to
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    Welcome to the forum ChrisP,

    Nice upgrade mate, those 328's are a nice motor . Do you have any pics to share with us yet?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP View Post
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    Just wanted to say hello - have just bought a 1998 328i Coupe - my
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    Hi ChrisP, welcome to the fold,, congratulations on your new purchase
     
     

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    Thanks for the welcome - I haven't got any photos yet but will take some - she's a pretty standard coupe- steel blue with a spoiler. Feels a lot lower to the ground than the aloon - anyone know what the difference is? Great motor though and loads of fun to drive.

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