Now the other forum have helpfully told him that run of the mill 124 estates are worth £8k, the chances of this one being realistically priced have reduced a bit.This was posted up on the 'other' forum yesterday, the seller doesn't have a clue what is worth so he asked on there. He's a dealer by the looks of things...
E36 Amg Estate W 124 series - Mercedes-Benz Owners' Forums
£8k!Now the other forum have helpfully told him that run of the mill 124 estates are worth £8k, the chances of this one being realistically priced have reduced a bit.
What do they mean by run of the mill? (They must come with the optional gold plated gear knob for £8k.)
To refurb those alloys is a pain,akash can tell you about it.As much as i love w124,that`s never worth 8k for me.It has no bodykit and the color is crap in my viewDunno.
"An "ordinary" E280 or E320 in that sort of condition would probably retail at £7-8k"
Given the E36 needs paint down both sides, wheels refurbed and interior work if I read the blurb correctly, even given that its 1 of 7 its not worth big money.
Is it you offering a px?If it were me selling it, Id have had the bodywork carried out, and have left the centre caps on the wheels!
The wheels are an option on the E36, they are 2 piece AMG wheels made by BBS, size 7.5"x17" et42.
The E36 uses the same wiring harness as a E320 (depending on optional extras), so could have the same issue as any m104 loom.
Value, its hard to say with them being so rare. But then again the estate is probably not the most desirable either.