We don’t see much of the 325ix around here (though Carter’s recent 325ix touring was a special treat), as they seem to have mostly died undignified deaths in Colorado and the northeast. This Vermonter has somehow survived without too much damage, not even showing any of the usual rust that appears around the M-Tech II bodykit. It’s covered the better part of 200k miles and has a few flaws (note to the seller: saying that “the car need a power sterring holes fot the power streeing to work again, and the paking brake is not woking now” four lines after “a lot money spent to keep it in top running condition” does not inspire trust. However, this is a rare 5-speed coupe E30 with all wheel drive, so it still warrants a close look.
Click for details: 1988 BMW 325ix on eBay
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 186,000 mi
Price: $6,000 OBO
Very hard to find 1988 325ix 2 door manual AWD E30. 186k low mile for the age. runs good shift good, very clean inside and out. wiht the the powerful 2.5L inline six and 2 limit silp diff this car is unstopable in the snow. this car is loaded with power windows power minors and a power sunroof m-tech streeing wheel, sport seat and a lot more.
the car is in very good condition, just inspeacted mechanically very good AWD works like a dream, engine pulls hard the car love to run. the factory paint still shines and the inside is clean with some wear from the years no creak on dash
I have the orangle owner’s manual and the service book as well as the BMW CCA book.
the car have been very well taken care of and a lot of work have been done and a lot money spent to keep it in top running condition
the car have new break line, fule line, new clutch
new front end links and tie rods, resent battery and a lot more
come with another set bottles caps with good snows on them and a few other parts for the car as well
the car need a power sterring holes fot the power streeing to work again, and the paking brake is not woking now
the car is not perfet but will be with a little more work, runs and drives great open to trade other BMWs
if you are looking at the ad I think you know how rear this car is
This ad sounds like someone did google translate from another language, then read the English words out loud to Siri and let her post on eBay for him. Oh well. There has indeed been some legitimate work done on the car, and having a dedicated set of snow tires seems like a requirement for such a potent little snow machine as this. E30s in general have come up a bit, and a 5-speed coupe 325ix is the one I really want. I’ve seen E30s in worse condition get close to $6k, but the power-steering hose and parking brake are red flags. If you want to tinker a bit, I’d offer this guy $5k and get to work making this 325ix even better.
Yikes typo city. Pass
That car is worth $500.00.
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