They go for around 9-12k depending on condition, and milage.edit out of curiosity, how much did you pick it up for?
Once it's done it will be coming back to europe with me to do Silverstone, Donnington, Brands hatch, Spa-Francorchamps and Nurburgring for sure.Nice Robert, I bet this car is a lot better to hit the track with compared to the Si.
When I'm settled in Spain, we have to take it to Nurburgring and see what happens. Maybe by then my K20 Mini Cooper will be done :hiding:
thanks - it's my favorite too for some reason.loving that front shot :thumb:
ohh okay. yeah good advice. guess if i want to get my beamer, i cant settle to only look up north.Harish - yeah mine was on the upper limit of the range i said. It came with a few mods already though ( bosch euro lights ( no HID's i bought those), intake/software/pulleys/uuc system U exhaust, SS lines, rotors, street pads, strut brace, splitter) The rest i've done since i bought it.
Your location may be why the condition sucks on them.. i would never buy an older car from anywhere north of Virginia or Missouri. This car was a northern car, but it was garaged, then lived in florida for a year before i got it.
R18-Power - my Si is stock, with the HFP front lip, window visors, Hawk HP+ pads and SS lines.