1988 BMW E30 M3 AC Schnitzer Prototype
Spotted for Sale in Germany is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 AC Schnitzer Prototype for 119,900 Euro ($134,205). This is the car I have lusted over since I was 15 years old. It has 73,000 KM ( 45,361 Miles ) and is one of 10 Prototype cars produced. This is Prototype No. 003/010 that was delivered .
BMW Factory Restored 1987 BMW M3
Spotted in UK is a BMW Factory Restored 1987 BMW M3 for £149,9955 or $195,563 USD. This special car is silver LHD coup with 3600 Kilometers. A restoration carried out by the factory with absolutely no expense spared. There are invoices in the history file totalling 127,500 Euros!
1988 BMW E30 M3 Project
Spotted in Chicago is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 Project for $32,000 USD. The seller states this car has only 56k original miles and was parked in 1992 after front end repairs and never finished. It carries a Michigan Salvage Title and is rust free. He has both bumpers and will need paint. He says he has all the parts to complete the car and working to make it run again.
What do you think of this project?
BMW E30 M3 Unused Factory Shell
Spotted for sale in Dallas, Texas is a BMW E30 M3 Unused Factory Shell for $30,000 +. Here is a very rare opportunity to buy an unregistered shell. I am amazed something like this still exists. It still has all its factory stickers in place and this has never been registered. For anyone wanting a pristine M3 shell for a restoration project , you will not be able to find anything better. The seller has been holding on to this shell for 15 years. It has been stored in a bubble on its original wooden dolly until it was shipped to the USA. At that point it was moved to a new dolly to comply with US import requirements for wood.
Part Number 41 00 1979 078
What do you think about this M3 Shell?
1988 BMW E30 M3 Shell
Spotted in Santa Clarita is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 Shell for $23,500 USD. The seller states this just a rolling chassis with full roll cage. Unfortunately it is a salvage title due to theft of the motor and interior. It will come with a E36 M3 motor and transmission.
Would you buy this?