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I actually remember the episode Richard Hammond drove this car.



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Driven by one of the hosts Richard Hammond in a cheap car challenge in the episode that aired in 2010, the BMW is in average condition and has no known issues with the engine or electrics. The E36 M3 also has 79,100 miles (127,299 km) on the odometer and is expected to sell for between a reasonable £7,500 - £10,500 ($11,625 - $16,277 / €10,428 - €14,600).

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I actually remember the episode Richard Hammond drove this car.



From the article:
Driven by one of the hosts Richard Hammond in a cheap car challenge in the episode that aired in 2010, the BMW is in average condition and has no known issues with the engine or electrics. The E36 M3 also has 79,100 miles (127,299 km) on the odometer and is expected to sell for between a reasonable £7,500 - £10,500 ($11,625 - $16,277 / €10,428 - €14,600).

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Old thread I know, but the interior in the car Hammond drove was vastly different...and if you recall in that episode they found the car had been in a serious accident at some point and poorly repaired. If it is that car somehow, whoever bought it got a bad deal. If it isn't, and they bought it because they thought it was...they also got a bad deal..
 

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must find that episode on demand
 

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Wait was this the green sedan that he drove to Austria?
 
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