Yeah, I have had a few people that have found my asking price to be fair and reasonable, but you're always going to have the lowballers and ones that assume you're desperate. I'm not. I mean, sure, I'd like to sell it to have room in the garage, but I'm not counting on selling it to afford a life-saving surgery.The E46 M3 market has really had some significant change in the past few months as early cars have entered the teens, so that has influenced E36s imo. I've even seen a number of 2006 M3s on the market in the mid-30s just sitting there, so people with a pristine 2003 hoping to get 32k or such are just dreaming in this market as they find the market for their car is 7-8k lower than they think. In order to get top dollar for an E36 in today's market means you're going to have to find a collector interested in the car most likely. 18 months ago, one like you described might sell for $17k. In today's market if you had to sell it right away, it'd probably be more like 13k?
Lowballers make me want to do illegal things to them.