What Thomas says is IMO totally true ,,,,,,,,, E30 and E34 are stunning youngtimer classics ,, and will be for sure (imo) golden classics in the futuree34 is the next classic, but the engines in this car body form are a true art and this must be paid.
You see, e30 and e34 are already today classics.
And I love them :love2:
Excellent post ,,,,,,,,,,I love the E34 and think it is probably the best BMW shape ever (but I find it hard to choose between E30, E34 and E38). However it took me nearly 12 months to sell the B10 Bi-turbo that I imported from Japan and I wasn't asking a high price for it. But since selling it, I have had one enquiry from Spain and one from Holland about the car so I suppose it is just timing for when buyers are looking for these cars.
At the end of the day they are so special that it will always take time for the right buyer to come along. At least us B10 BT owners are happy to know that we have one of the best, if not the best, super saloons ever made :biggrin:
I personally would not sell my own BT for less than 20000 euro and even then I would have to give it some serious consideration. After all, what would I replace it with? :wroom: