Well, I've run across a hell of a deal on a 1992 BMW 525i. The car has 100k on the clock, has been sitting for the past two years, and prior to being parked, hit a deer. The deer damage is minor (grill, headlight, marker light, one fender) but no subframe or other damage. I know I can replace the grill, headlights, and fender for around $300. I'm not sure as to paint though.. Maybe if I'm super lucky I can pick up a painted fender on ebay.. That would be a long shot. Anyway, the car needs a battery as well from sitting for so long, but other than that runs and shifts like a new car. It started on the first crank after sitting for two years. The oil was changed before it was started. The interior is very nice other than a few cigarette burns and the front seats being very worn. The dash, healiner, rear seats, door panels, etc are in excelent condition. The car is maroon outside with white leather interior. My friend is the one selling it, and I know that when he did drive it, he treated it very well, always went to the bmw dealership for every service and part. He is needing $ right now, so he offered to sell it to me for $1200. I wouldn't try to talk him down because he needs the money, and that is a very fair price for the car. In average condition it books a little over 3k. I would be buying the car to flip it. Clean it up, replace a few things, and sell it for whatever profit I could get out of it. What do you think? Cliffs Notes: 1992 BMW 525i Maroon on White. Clean other than the front seats and minor front end damage (grill, head light, fender). $1200 Worth attempting to purchase, fix and sell for a profit?