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DAMO998 View Drop Down
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    Posted: 19 Jan 2020 at 8:44pm
Hi.. Im in the process of buying a bmw 635csi sytner alpina b10 e24, 3.5. 1987..I have placed a deposit, the car has been in stored in a warm dry garage for some time and will need recommissioning..and some money spent to get her back to her former glory..I’m not sure how many of these are left, and can any one tell me what it’s possibly worth once recommissioned, the mileage is low...There is a plaque in the centre console with number 5 -498.. not sure what this relates to..I’m also looking to get the car professionally valued, so any information on where I can obtain a professional valuation would be greatly appreciated..I have lots of photos, and have access to the car most days..The car was owned by a recently berieved friend of mine, and was agreed that myself and a few friends would recommission the car....and to use for a few years..none of us are car dealers or mechanics Looking for a quick flip..I’m in Hampshire not far from Guildford,any one who can give me some idea of the value of the car , pre recommissioning ,and recommissioned would be greatly appreciated.. Regards.Damo
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Good evening. There are a couple of suggestions, firstly join thealpinaregister.com there you can see if there is a record of the car. Secondly you can join my group on FB Genuine ALPINA Owners. There is a chap on there called Bob Whiffin who has many records relating to ALPINA.

I would also strong recommend taking the car to BMR Performance in Turners Hill near Crawley, they are ALPINA experts and have carried out many full restoration jobs on all ALPINA models and of course other BMW. www.bmrperformance.co.uk 01293 773 774 speak to Ross Ingram or Barry Sherward the owners.

I take my ALPINA there and highly recommend them. Hope that helps?

I also take the E39 523i and the 435d as well.

Edited by Norrie - 20 Jan 2020 at 11:44pm
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Good morning, thank you very much for the wealth of information, greatly appreciated ..All the best .. Damo
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Hi just at BMR and spoke to them re your car, they would be happy to hear from you.

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Please note all persons wishing to join the FB group Genuine ALPINA owners will be required to submit details of their vehicle, it must be an ALPINA to join, if you do not own one you will not be accepted. We have nearly 900 registered owners throughout Europe. By having registered owners it save lots of nonsense discussion about what ALPINA is or is not and save comparing to other BMW Models. All questions regarding ALPINA activity within the BMWCCGB should be directed to the Club Office who no doubt can advise on who to contact, its not me.
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