Spotted for sale is a 1991 BMW M3 E30 Black for $80,000
The E30 M3 is one of my all-time favorite cars, as it boasts a thrilling analog driving experience with a high-revving 4-cylinder and a 5-speed manual, and it features handsome styling with its box flares and rear wing. This particular M3 looks great with a Diamond Black Metallic exterior, and it touts some nice upgrades – like H&R springs, Bilstein shocks, an Evo-style body kit, and a cool plaid and suede interior. It’s also been owned in dry-climate Western states since 2007, adding further peace of mind. This is a nice E30 M3
THIS… is a 1991 BMW M3, finished in Diamond Black Metallic with a gray interior.
Factory equipment on this M3 includes fog lights, a sunroof, leather-upholstered steering wheel, power windows, and an on-board computer with LCD digital quartz clock.Modifications reported by the seller include 17-inch BBS RC wheels, an Evo-style body kit, H&R springs, Bilstein shocks, a Racing Dynamics strut tower bar, a Z3 short shifter, cloth and suede upholstery, red seat belts, and more as listed below.The E30 M3 was intended to be a race homologation special for DTM Group A competition. It was so well-received that more than three times the number needed for racing homologation were eventually assembled. The M3 differed from the standard E30 3-Series in its styling, flattened rear window, composite trunk lid, and spoiler, in addition of course to its revised suspension and high-revving S14 engine.Power comes from an “S14” 2.3-liter inline-4, which produces 192 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque. It spins the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission.⚠ Module cannot be rendered as the requested content is not (longer) accessible. Contact the administrator to get access.
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