Originally Posted by Dudesky
^^^Yes, but that doesn't mean the driveline & transmission are intact. Check those out first to see how much of a restoration project this will be. Unless your people are going to try and bend everything back (not a good idea), you'll need a donor car for parts, to say the least. The only major parts you can buy are the bumper, harnesses and lights, and the trunk lid. Everything else needs to be cut off another car and welded on. not to mention the rear suspension. E30's don't cost that much, and you might find the cost of repairing this one could be more than buying another car in running condition.
Hi dudesky, well let me tell you here in Guatemala that car is running around $4,000.00 in good condition, before I got into this I was looking and all the ones I found, were really dirty inside and out, the engine had troubles, suspension was bad, interior was very bad, and this one besides that crash looks very good inside and enginewise. I found a guy that sells me the whole back at $200.00 plus I need to buy the taillights and bumper, hopefully I can have that car running again at a cost of $2,600.00. When its finished I will post pics and the whole story on the project. but i need badly a place to find cheap lights and a bumper