I think with Sixers you've really got to start with a good 'un - everything is pricey apart from common-or-garden maintenance, which is as cheap as anything I've owned.
There are plenty of clean 'uns about but they are a bit spendy. Still, I've wanted one for ages so I didn't mind splashing. Strangely, it seems that stuff like lowering and rims adds value, which from my experience is a bit rare.
You're absolutely right, you need a good 'un to start with, & they are getting pricey these days, but hell, if I had the money it'd be the first on my list too, but I havent, so I've settled for an e28 (for now). Saw a mint one of these for sale the other day, just a smidge under £13k! Still gotta be one of the best looking cars on the planet, well done, good for you.
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Forget hating split rims! I hate you lol! Jealous to f*ckery right here. I LOVE the E24 one of my top 3 BMW's and one of my all time favourite cars look so goddamn stealthy and angry like there about to end the world! It's gonna look brilliant with the Style 5's cleaned up and fitted! Knee rubbing material indeed!
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