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 |  Nov 04 2011, 12:24 PM

An abandoned BMW dealership outside of Toronto, Canada is up on the market, with an asking price of $3.6 million. Citation Motors of Oakville, Ontario was said to have had its BMW franchise revoked in 1988, and closed its doors soon after.

The property remained abandoned in an eerie, “frozen-in-time” sort of way, and 2 1988 BMWs, a 635csi and a 5-series still sit in the showroom, while other cars populate the backlot. The property is said to be maintained by the former owner of the dealership, who visits from time to time.

Even though real estate prices in the Toronto area are sky high, we have a hard time believing that this property will fetch the asking price.

Gallery: Abandoned BMW Dealership

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[Source: Endras BMW]