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    Posted: 02 Oct 2017 at 12:45pm
Hi Guys,

Looking for a bit of advice, a guide price if you like. Looking to buy a BMW e93 M3 convertible. Individual spec (Azzurite black with Extended Champagne Leather) full BMWSH, however the mileage is a little high for my liking @ 79K. Other than that car is an absolute minter. Any suggestions as a guide price? its up for £21K

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You have not mentioned the year, number of previous owners, or any other options apart from the paint and leatherSmile
 
Running in service is paramount on these cars, as is the car being serviced as per the manufacturers' standards. You'll be surprised how many franchised dealers omit to change the diff, g/box oil, etc.
 
I'd recommend speaking to the dealer that performed every service and ask them to confirm exactly what was done, the oil used and the mileage recorded. 
 
If the car has the DCT, get that checked by an expert for leaks and the oil level. BMW changed the seals in 2010 / 2011. So the later cars are usually fine but the earlier cars can sometimes leak. There is an official service technical bulletin for the fix.
 
Also get the ECU read for fault codes.
 
As your post is from October, did you buy the car?
 
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