We are fortunate that roads never ice up, so we dont get salt put down to neutralise the slippery surface. That must be truly horrendeous from a corrosion point of view - same as riding on a wet beach (like you sometimes see in advertisements etc)oohhh:do cars actually rust in South Africa?
The leather looks black/anthracite to me. Plus it's full leather. Was that standard in SA cars?Interesting colour combination - looks like Petrol green (Special Paint). And Nutria leather...or even Buffalo hide?
Looks good - do cars actually rust in South Africa?
In SA, full leather is pretty much the standard for any luxury or upper end model.The leather looks black/anthracite to me. Plus it's full leather. Was that standard in SA cars?
Try this guy, he seems to be selling two!!How often do you see the 745i up for sale? That's a car I'd be willing to shell out for (especially if it's one of the few manual transmission ones).
That car looks gorgeous, love the colour. If the car is as good as it looks £5000 is an absolute steal. Has it been purchased by your friend yet?What do you guys think?
This would be equivalent to approximately 5000(British Pounds)
I'm still taking big flak from the wife for buying our "3rd car" the E34 M5.Now's your chance as I would imagine the SA cars do not come up for sale too often.