A semi-local dealer has a '87 325is they took on trade at some point that I am looking to buy. The car supposedly was owned by a "friend" of one of the salesman who inherited it from his parents. The car has 39k miles on it. Original miles (supposedly). The ultra low mileage seems to be a red flag for me as the salesman told me that the car has only been driven about 100 miles each year for the last 10 years. While I would normally be really excited about such a low mileage cars, I am worried that every piece of rubber on this car is probably shot as I'm guessing that no maintenance was performed on a car that wasn't driven. Now here is the kicker, the dealer has the car listed at $10,900. Is it just me or does this seem very high for a 23 year old car? Even if the car is very clean, I see the low mileage as 60% positive and 40% negative due to all the potential problems from a car that has been mainly sitting for 10 years. KBB and NADA put the value of the car between $3800-4200 which I'll admit is lower than it is probably worth (at least to most BMW fans). I mentioned to the salesman today that I feel the sticker is way to high and asked him to look around on the internet for some comparables, but he probably isn't going to come back down into what I think the car is worth ($5500-6500). I'd like some opinions on who the crazy one is here. Am I way off and should be jumping at this low mileage car or is the dealer overvaluing the car? When a car is this old, I think a great maintenance history is worth far more than the fact this car has such little miles on it. IMO a car with 100,000 miles on it would be a better deal if it has been driven regularly and had the proper maintenance performed vs this car which has been sitting. Also, I've been trying to search for a "what to look for" when buying an E30, but can't seem to find the right keywords to hit what I'm sure has been posted on this site hundreds of times before me. Any help here would be appreciated.