Hello, Mr. Kilmer Any tips when i'm attempting starting the car that has been sitting down for years other than expecting putting a serious amount of Money? The car that i tried to started up after…

RadienMayakovsky24

Hello, Mr. Kilmer

Any tips when i'm attempting starting the car that has been sitting down for years other than expecting putting a serious amount of Money?

The car that i tried to started up after sitting down for years is: 2002 BMW M3 GTR E46 (Road-legal Version, not Racing Version) with 23k miles

I got those car for nothing from my grandfather after he founded her in an Abandoned Warehouse couple miles away from my Grandfather House

She's never being started up since 2005 or i guess being abandoned by her original owner due to unknown circumstances & reasons, according from my Grandfather

PS: I'm calling her Kotori-chan (If you're fan of Love Live! School Idol Project Series, you know the reason why i calling her Kotori-chan)

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Jackofall
Jackofall

Price is right but you will put serious amount of money in from start to finish. Sell it as a fixer upper. Buy a Toyota product or Honda best would be stick