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Old 12-25-2009, 03:12 AM   #1
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FOR SALE: RARE 1995 318ti Club Sport

1 of only 271 Club Sport models ever made!!! Here's your chance to own a great piece of BMW history at an obtainable price! Don't miss out!

VIN: WBACG5326SAM53701
CG53 318TI (USA)
Transmission HECK
Gearbox MECH
Colour SCHWARZ 2 (668)
Upholstery STOFF MILLPOINT/ROT (D7RT)
Prod. date 1995-10-12
092 318TI 100% PACK
209 LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL (25%)
240 LEATHER STEERING WHEEL
243 AIRBAG FOR FRONT PASSENGER
315 REAR WINDSCREEN WIPER
337 M SPORTS PACKAGE
401 SLIDING/VENT ROOF, ELECTRIC
441 SMOKERS PACKAGE
481 SPORT SEATS F DRIVER/FRONT PASSENGER
520 FOGLIGHTS
530 AIR CONDITIONING
694 PREPARATION FOR CD CHANGER
704 M SPORT SUSPENSION
808 CLUB SPORT PKG
818 MAIN BATTERY SWITCH
925 SHIPPING PROTECTION PACKAGE
942 CANCELLATION OF SPECIAL EQUIP
963 318I RADIO

Club Sport Variant: Real limited slip differential (25% lockup), M3 bumpers, side mirrors (specific to the Club Sport), exterior moldings, tilt steering adjustment delete, interior trim, Club Sport specific Red Millpoint interior with Black Leather trimmed sports seats

158,500 miles and counting… (Currently being about 15 miles per day to and from work)

Jet Black Exterior

Red Millpoint / Black Leather Interior with anthracite (black) headliner. (Specific to the Club Sport)

Clean CARFAX Report, No reported accidents or body repairs!!! No Mileage or odometer issues either.

I purchased this car with every intention of keeping it to until the day it turned to dust. I felt immediately engaged with this car, it just feels great to drive and is very satisfying as you work the gear box through the twisties. I was going to install a M3 drivetrain but now I'm chasing another project which requires an infusion of funds.

Asking price is $5,995 OBO. I know that's a little higher asking price than most ti's, but all of those cars would likely require $2-3,000 of repairs to get them into the condition that this car is in. I’ve seen base ti’s with similar mileage selling for $4,000 and they are not anywhere near the condition of my car. Mechanically you will not find a nicer example than this Club Sport!

See link for pics.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/RARE-...item45f0ee87a5


http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...0#post18243550

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Old 12-25-2009, 04:23 PM   #2
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Pics? The Pics linkie no workie..

This is tempting....
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Old 12-25-2009, 04:56 PM   #3
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pics are not avail. yet. will have them up this week sometime.
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Old 12-25-2009, 05:40 PM   #4
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Where are you located?

Edit: Never mind. Pittsburgh.

Car sounds nice and with the normal issues of an older car.
Rust? I wonder if it's been in an accident?
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Old 12-25-2009, 05:47 PM   #5
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Old 12-25-2009, 05:52 PM   #6
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Where are you located?

Edit: Never mind. Pittsburgh.

Car sounds nice and with the normal issues of an older car.
Rust? I wonder if it's been in an accident?
We have never seen any signs of an accident or paintwork. As many times as we've been over the car I think we would have noticed if it was wrecked. The car is always worked on by BMW trained and certified techs, usually master tech's and at a BMW dealer. The rust spot is the normal spot for the ti's. Almost every one I see around here has it. I'll be sure to take a pic of it for everyone to see.
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Old 12-25-2009, 06:18 PM   #7
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Sorry if this is a stupid question, but what exactly do you mean by "Transmission HECK" and "Gearbox MECH"?

Are those specific systems or are you saying the transmission IS "heck"? I browse through this forum a good amount, and I'm pretty sure I would recognize a certain type of transmission/gearbox. I guess correct me if I'm wrong.

I'll PM you about the car pending your response.

Thank you.
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Old 12-25-2009, 06:29 PM   #8
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Sorry if this is a stupid question, but what exactly do you mean by "Transmission HECK" and "Gearbox MECH"?

Are those specific systems or are you saying the transmission IS "heck"? I browse through this forum a good amount, and I'm pretty sure I would recognize a certain type of transmission/gearbox. I guess correct me if I'm wrong.

I'll PM you about the car pending your response.

Thank you.
To be honest, I'm not 100% sure. That's a copy of all the info from BMW's vehicle options report.
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Old 12-25-2009, 11:21 PM   #9
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Hi there 1995BostonGreenti,


While browsing thru this website have you ever stumbled across Mallard's VIN number decoding thread?
I think it is the oldest, longest running, largest thread here and I have used it many times myself,
It is a great resource. Check it out. And thank you Mallard for continuing to do this for us!

HECK & MECH are abbreviations of the German words, and there are pdf files on this site and
and others that break down and give the specific definitions of each of the BMW specific
option codes of which there are literally hundreds, if not maybe thousands of on the entire BMW line.

Transmission ALLR = All Wheel Drive
Transmission HECK = Rear Wheel Drive

The German word for "rear wheel drive" is Heckantrieb abbreviated as HECK
and the German word for "all wheel drive" is Allradantrieb abbreviated as ALLR

Gearbox AUT = Automatic
Gearbox MECH = Mechanical (Manual)

The German word for "Automatic" is Automatisch abbreviated as AUT
The German word for "Mechanical" is Mechanisch abbreviated as MECH
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Well that explains a lot. Thanks Altitude.

Crazy German engineers...
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I was finally able to get some pics taken. It's been 20 degrees and snowing for over a week straight, just plain nasty outside. I'm guessing the same or worse for many of you as well. Just keep in mind that the car has been outside and the roads are covered in winter goodness, so she's not looking her best and was just hosed down. I just wanted to get the snow off for the pics. It was not washed at all. The first few shots were taken with a foggy lens as I left my camera in the car outside. Opps! Guess that's also the reason why I'm not a photographer.
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Did you post the pictures here?
Are they posted on another web site?
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Did you post the pictures here?
Are they posted on another web site?
The link was in the bottom of the original post. But here it is again. Thanks.

http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...0#post18243550
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