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1988 BMW E30 M3 Project Found in Chicago

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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?

1988 BMW E30 M3 Project Found in San Francisco

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1988 BMW E30 M3

Spotted in San Francisco is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 Project for $26,500 USD.    This car was for sale about a year ago.  Its nice to see this car reappear again.  Its definitely a project not for the fainthearted.  There is a lot of body work to be done to make this car right.  As you can see in the pictures there are rust issues especially below the front windshield.  Looks like the seller has bought the metal sections that are needed to be replaced.  I am sure someone will take up this challenging restoration project.  It will be worth it when its back on the road  in its original Lachssilber color.   Only issue I see is the current price.

What do you think of this car?   

What do you think this should sell for?

1988 BMW M3 E30 Fire Damage

1988 BMW M3 E30

Anyone interested in a 1988 BMW M3 E30 with Fire Damage?   This M3 is VIN WBSAK0303J2197612 and has extensive fire damage.  The odometer can no longer be read.  The interios has melted.  The engine may or may not be rebuildable anymore.  Its a shame to see.  The original color was red with black interior.

Is anything salvageable?  What’s it worth? 

1988 BMW E30 M3 Project Found In San Fernando Valley

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1988 BMW E30 M3 Project

  Spotted in San Fernando Valley is a 1988 BMW E30 M3 Project for $27,500 USD.  The M3 is currently a project as it sits.  The seller owned it since about 2011 and have let it sit over the last few years and have somewhat lost interest. At this point, the seller thinks he wanted something that is ready to go and enjoy out of the box because he didnt  have time or garage space to tinker with it. What do you think of this M3 Project? What do you think it will take to get this back on the road?