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When the Autoreturn auctions have e46, they're usually 325 maybe 330 verts.

I checked the VIN on the car at auction in San Antonio tmrw and it's a 2006 M3 vert, I think manual, non-salvage title. I can't get it so I'm being altruistic:p

Wildcard will be how many miles and what shape it's in. Vin check says It was last sold with 88k miles in dec 2017 so I'll bet it won't have more than 105k miles on it.

I've gotten three cars from Autoreturn in San Francisco (franchise)... all needed a couple bills of work each but basically good cars. My '01 330ci vert manual came from there with 179k and I've put on another 18k miles, only spent $2k total including acquisition.

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Don***8217;t flame me, ha, just roll the dice.
 

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A vert with SMG? Double whammy. Impounded tax lien only makes it better - eh?
Did it come up SMG? my VIN check said it was a 6-speed manny...

Can't help it's a vert. Maybe you guys are too picky for me ...

Fee is a surcharge tiered for cost level, but you don't pay the overdue liens. Guess you've never done a lien sale b4... i've done three times: '01 330Cic, '98 E class Mercedes, and '16 Panamera.
 
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