FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

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FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby E3089 » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:56 am

Runs strong and shifts smoothly (automatic transmission)
NO leaks
new reupholstered heated seats
217,xxx miles
$3,300
***new belts***

****WILL ENTERTAIN ACCEPTABLE OFFERS****
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby E3089 » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:58 am

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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby E3089 » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:59 am

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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby 87e30 » Sat Jan 26, 2013 5:17 pm

Grrrr! If that was any color other than red I might have been interested. The interior looks beautiful! Shame it's an automatic though, although that can be fixed.
Schwarz 5-speed 87 325is (newest project)
Arktisblau 5-speed 86 325e (current DD)
Schwarz 5-speed 87 325e (parts car/LS1 swap?)
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby E3089 » Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:25 pm

I still need to swap the doorcards and kick panel to black, which I have in my garage. I like the contrast with the tan carpet and black interior so I might just keep it as is for now until I find a serious buyer. And I plan on tucking the bumpers and doing away with the fogs, I will like a clean look, the less the better. With regards to it being automatically I actually wanted an automatic transmission as this was going to be a 'weekend cruiser" car. I just purchase E38 Style 5s in mint condition hence the need for tires. Makes you wonder how badly I want to sell if i'm still buying stuff for it. :mrgreen:
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby 87e30 » Sat Jan 26, 2013 11:15 pm

I think the black and tan looks great together. MUCH better than my mostly red interior. I bought a whole black interior for it quite a while ago, but I haven't gotten around to swapping it. My front seats don't look nearly as nice as yours though, but what can you expect for a complete interior for $100?
Schwarz 5-speed 87 325is (newest project)
Arktisblau 5-speed 86 325e (current DD)
Schwarz 5-speed 87 325e (parts car/LS1 swap?)
Gazellenbeige automatic 85 318i (70,000 miles)
Alpine white 5-speed 87 325is (my first e30, possibly for sale)
99 Suburban
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby Ryki » Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:36 am

I would like to second that, I like the tan on black interior. I'd like to do a black car with tan carpet and black seats/door cards, so you're interior is pretty much a picture of the idea in my head hehe! Good luck with your sale : )
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby 87e30 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:53 am

Tan carpet is real nice, but I wouldn't put one in my own car. My job can get a bit dirty and I wouldn't wanna have to keep cleaning the carpet of grease and other random fluids that I get my feet into daily.
Schwarz 5-speed 87 325is (newest project)
Arktisblau 5-speed 86 325e (current DD)
Schwarz 5-speed 87 325e (parts car/LS1 swap?)
Gazellenbeige automatic 85 318i (70,000 miles)
Alpine white 5-speed 87 325is (my first e30, possibly for sale)
99 Suburban
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby E3089 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:14 am

I'll post some pictures once I install the black door cards I have in stock. I didn't realize how good it would look with the tan carper. I was originally planning on putting new black carpet on it but I defenitelly like the way it looks much better now.
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby Nsquared97 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:56 am

Lol I am the completer opposite. Went to a red interior just to get rid of tan, hate it. Tan carpet drives me nuts too.
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby E3089 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 2:04 pm

Nsquared97 wrote:Lol I am the completer opposite. Went to a red interior just to get rid of tan, hate it. Tan carpet drives me nuts too.


My anxiety level would probably skyrocket being in an all red interior vehicle. lol
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby E3089 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 5:12 pm

I hope to pick up a coupe lid so I can do away with this third brake light today. And once the weather gets nice tuck those bumpers in. Why do I keep working on this car if I have it up for sale? :? lol
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby Nsquared97 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 11:04 pm

E3089 wrote:
Nsquared97 wrote:Lol I am the completer opposite. Went to a red interior just to get rid of tan, hate it. Tan carpet drives me nuts too.


My anxiety level would probably skyrocket being in an all red interior vehicle. lol

Well it is only door cards and rear seat, front seats, carpet, and kick panels are black.
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby E3089 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 1:08 am

Nsquared97 wrote:
E3089 wrote:
Nsquared97 wrote:Lol I am the completer opposite. Went to a red interior just to get rid of tan, hate it. Tan carpet drives me nuts too.


My anxiety level would probably skyrocket being in an all red interior vehicle. lol

Well it is only door cards and rear seat, front seats, carpet, and kick panels are black.


Awesome- you guys know how to remove the rear interior panels on a vert? I've been searching around, couldn't come up with something.
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Re: FS: NJ 1989 BMW 325i CONVERTIBLE *NEW INTERIOR*

Postby 87e30 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:58 am

If all else fails... Use a torch! :-P
Schwarz 5-speed 87 325is (newest project)
Arktisblau 5-speed 86 325e (current DD)
Schwarz 5-speed 87 325e (parts car/LS1 swap?)
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Alpine white 5-speed 87 325is (my first e30, possibly for sale)
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