This morning I got to thinking about the 24 Hours of LeMons
race and wondered what was out there for the $500 spending limit on the entry vehicle. Now of course $500 is just the starting point if you want to go endurance racing.
The real money gets spent in the no-spend-limit safety gear such as: brakes, roll cage, fuel cell, seat, harness, suit, helmet, tires, etc. All said and done you are probably looking at roughly $7,000 to get a car outfitted. But by racing standards, that there is dog gone cheap. Split it with three buddies and you see why the event turns away applicants. The key to getting accepted? Make your car theme a stand out. Think Burning Man on a race track.
So without further ado here are some Craigslist picks that I think can be had around the nickel mark. Leave it to me to want to race BMWs.
1989 BMW 325is E30 (Holland)
E30 2 Dr. with roughly 220k miles. Needs body work done shown in pictures. Also needs tie rods on driver side installed, I have the parts. Car does run. Send me an offer via email and i will get back to you asap. Thanks
1986 BMW 325
“I have a 86 bmw 325 2 dr 5 spd, straight 6 REAR WHEEL Drive…. has over 220,xxx……. Runs awesome and starts everytime, power windows, cruise, maunel sunroof clean interior, body is a lil ruff few dents paibt faded but still a solid body, drives straight down the road… Good tires alot of life
Lookin to see what i can get? Trades”
1991 Ford Escort GT (Kalamazoo)
“This car has been hit in the left front .Dual overhead cam 4 cyl. RUNS and DRIVES down the road , Teal in color. 104,000 ORIGINAL MILES. NEW exhaust and NEW tires 4,000 miles ago.
ASKING $975.00 CASH neg.”