Buying advice E63 / E64 650i - mileage an issue?

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Re: Buying advice E63 / E64 650i - mileage an issue?

Post by lizzie » 24 Sep 2013, 20:22

Looks and sounds like a good buy. Go and have a test drive....:-)


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Post by Lewy » 24 Sep 2013, 22:03

M60NJP wrote:The Dakota leather is a plus, but most of the spec is de rigeur. Black/black is a matter of opinion. There's a much better one below it on AT?
Which one mate?

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Re: Buying advice E63 / E64 650i - mileage an issue?

Post by M60NJP » 24 Sep 2013, 22:11

Lewy wrote:
M60NJP wrote:The Dakota leather is a plus, but most of the spec is de rigeur. Black/black is a matter of opinion. There's a much better one below it on AT?
Which one mate?
http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/ ... ?logcode=p

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Post by Lewy » 24 Sep 2013, 22:27

M60NJP wrote:
Lewy wrote:
M60NJP wrote:The Dakota leather is a plus, but most of the spec is de rigeur. Black/black is a matter of opinion. There's a much better one below it on AT?
Which one mate?
http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/ ... ?logcode=p
Ah yes, had seen that one yesterday, originally dismissed it as it's not really a colour for me but the car is awesome, real top buy in that spec - cheers buddy. :-bd

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Post by M60NJP » 24 Sep 2013, 22:29

Yup, gotta agree on the colour, but a low ball offer will probably get it and the saving means you could join @lizzie at the wrappers!

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Post by Lewy » 24 Sep 2013, 23:19

M60NJP wrote:Yup, gotta agree on the colour, but a low ball offer will probably get it and the saving means you could join @lizzie at the wrappers!
I think in fairness, at that price with that spec it could be bright pink and I'd be interested! (no cardigan jokes please!!) :think: :think: Only down side is I'd have to try and sell the Z privately as that's a private sale - could always keep it and work on it through the winter :thumbup:

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Post by M60NJP » 25 Sep 2013, 06:57

Lewy wrote:
M60NJP wrote:Yup, gotta agree on the colour, but a low ball offer will probably get it and the saving means you could join @lizzie at the wrappers!
I think in fairness, at that price with that spec it could be bright pink and I'd be interested! (no cardigan jokes please!!) :think: :think: Only down side is I'd have to try and sell the Z privately as that's a private sale - could always keep it and work on it through the winter :thumbup:
With the work that's gone into the Z, a private sale shouldn't be too hard and will realise much more than a trade-in, plus the private purchase offers greater 'negotiation room' as well - so win-win?

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Re: Buying advice E63 / E64 650i - mileage an issue?

Post by lizzie » 25 Sep 2013, 07:07

Yeah @Lewy don't be put off by colour. Buy for spec as the worlds your oyster with wrapping. You can have the car of your dreams then. Spec colour etc.. :-)


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