A 1990s BMW 3-series E36 is a Worthy Restoration Project
Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my
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In this week's show, we report on some good news as the Malaysian Automotive Industry is on its way to recovery, and some curious news as the Financial Times reports that luxury brands like BMW and Daimler will continue to raise their prices even after the pandemic and semiconductor shortage issues have come and gone. For our car launches this week, we look at across at our neighbours (near and far), as the good-looking Honda BR-V was recently launched in Indonesia, and Ford Australia teases the all-new Ford Ranger.
Next, in Part 2, Daniel entertains the idea of investing your retirement money in classic cars, and imparts some advice on spotting a classic car that might be worth investing in. We continue in a similair fashion in Part 3, as we discuss the 1992-1997 BMW 3-series E36. With prices for these dipping into the four figures, it's a worthy restoration project that will reward you with an iconic BMW driving experience.
Produced by: Ariff Roose
Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ariff Roose, Daniel Fernandez
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Categories: Politics, Social Issues, Auto, Business Analysis
Tags: MAA, Automotive Industry, Car Sales, Semiconductor Shortage, Car Prices, Luxury Cars, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Volkswagen Group, Porsche, Honda BR-V, Ford, Ranger, Pickup Trucks, Used Car Reviews, Classic Cars, Restorations,