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2014 BMW Alpina Saloon D3 Bi Turbo 4dr Switch-Tronic 3.0

 
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 7:33 pm    Post subject: 2014 BMW Alpina Saloon D3 Bi Turbo 4dr Switch-Tronic 3.0 Reply with quote

Looking to sellmy little beauty. Will try here before auto-trader and pistonheads.

BMW Alpina Saloon D3 Bi Turbo 4dr Switch-Tronic 3.0 No 044

Professional Navigation System, Glass Sunroof, ALPINA Classic 20" Alloy Wheels, Reversing Assist Camera, Harman/Kardon Loudspeaker System, Speed Limit Display, Telephone USB Audio Interface, Electric Front Seats with Driver Memory, Split Folding Rear Seats, Mobile Application Preparation, Hand Finished ALPINA Lavalina Steering Wheel, ALPINA Logo Embossed on Headrests, Internet Access, BMW Live, Sun Protection Glass, Exterior Folding and Automatic Dimming Door Mirrors, Anthracite Headlining, Saddle Brown Interior Leather, Black High Gloss Exterior Trim, ALPINA Piano Black Trim, Max Output - 350bhp, Max Torque -700Nm, 0-62 - Under 5 Seconds, Top Speed - Over 170mph, CO2 Emissions - Under 155g/km. Mineral White Metallic,

Current mileage 49k. Looking for 28k.

PM me if interested.

Comes with Comprehensive BMW Warranty with Emergency Service (0 excess) until
02/06/2018










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ALPINA D3 BITURBO 2014 No 044

Gone, but memories cherished:
ALPINA 2011 BS3 Saloon No 308
Lexus CT200 F-Sport (for school run)
BMW 530d (good road warrior)
Audi A4 (for 6 months yuk)
BMW 320d M sport (got stolen)
ALPINA 2006 B5 No 177
ALPINA 2002 B3S E46 4 door Saloon No 035
Mercedes E200 Kompressor
Hyundai Coupe SE
Mitsubish Colt SE


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ade and liz flint
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How much are you looking for?

Cheers
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 3:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ade and liz flint wrote:
How much are you looking for?

Cheers


oops - updated add.

28k
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ALPINA D3 BITURBO 2014 No 044

Gone, but memories cherished:
ALPINA 2011 BS3 Saloon No 308
Lexus CT200 F-Sport (for school run)
BMW 530d (good road warrior)
Audi A4 (for 6 months yuk)
BMW 320d M sport (got stolen)
ALPINA 2006 B5 No 177
ALPINA 2002 B3S E46 4 door Saloon No 035
Mercedes E200 Kompressor
Hyundai Coupe SE
Mitsubish Colt SE
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ade and liz flint
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 4:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

gazoo wrote:


oops - updated add.

28k


Laughing No problem

A touch above my limit atm but will keep an eye on things as I'm scouting around for something 'interesting'.

GLWTS
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi gazoo what's next for you ?
Hi ade what about the e46 b3s styner have
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hap wrote:
Hi ade what about the e46 b3s styner have


Hi hap

The E46 is too old for my tastes now. The ride and control weights don't suit my ageing bones, neither does the never ending need to be under them. I'm a bit past crawling under cars at all often now, but I still enjoy fettling them.

I have 1st dibs on something very interesting, the availability of which should become clear soon and I cannot reveal its identity for fear of beheading. If that isn't to be sold, I'll be looking for an E90/1 B3sBiturbo (unlikely) or an F10/1 (I'm looking at one next week next to our Porsche dealer for an idea of what's on offer) or an F30/1. Not bothered what juice it likes.

I can't go coupe or convertible route as door length is an issue for me, so my focus is quite narrow, and I'm in absolutely no rush as we have 2 cars anyway and I have asbestos pockets Wink
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds v interesting I'll keep an eye out
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hap wrote:
Sounds v interesting I'll keep an eye out


Cheers. If my 1st pick is a no go I'll be needing eyes and ears as otherwise we think an Alpina needs to be car 3 in the fleet at present or I'll quickly lose interest....and possibly a wife! The F10/1 may defeat our garage dimensions so that may yet become a throwaway idea, and I am concentrating around 3-series size as a result.
Some nice D5's out there though😎
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Ade,

I picked up my D5 this week and like many I'm looking for places to take it out for a drive. As you are just up the M48 from me I'd be happy to pop up to help you with checking your garage dimensions Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 12:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

m4rt1n wrote:
Hi Ade,

I picked up my D5 this week and like many I'm looking for places to take it out for a drive. As you are just up the M48 from me I'd be happy to pop up to help you with checking your garage dimensions Smile


Kind of you but I already have the answer....just a bit too long for comfort! Plus you've not seen how tricky it is to the nsf: I'm used to negotiating literally mm-precise access but not in another's car. I'd hate we caught your new car. Consequently we have to concentrate on 3 series- based options .....such as Gazoos car.

We're regularly up and down through your area as it's our back way into the city when needed is when motorways 'full'. We should arrange a get together sometime to see what you have there Cool
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 5:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Kind of you but I already have the answer....just a bit too long for comfort! Plus you've not seen how tricky it is to the nsf: I'm used to negotiating literally mm-precise access but not in another's car. I'd hate we caught your new car. Consequently we have to concentrate on 3 series- based options .....such as Gazoos car.

We're regularly up and down through your area as it's our back way into the city when needed is when motorways 'full'. We should arrange a get together sometime to see what you have there Cool


No problem, I managed to come up with plenty of reasons to take the car out Smile

A meet sounds good, possibly when the better weather arrives.... Question
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

pm sent some days ago: no reply. Maybe you'll see this.....

Any condition information? Tyres/body/interior?? Current service requirements/history? Mot due? Current condition pictures? etc etc.

Cheers
Ade
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