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This Exquisite 1972 BMW 3.0 CSL Just Sold on BaT for $175,000

This Exquisite 1972 BMW 3.0 CSL Just Sold on BaT for $175,000

The Batmobile is fetching some bat-crazy money nowadays

One way to make sure that a car is rare is to check if it was built simply as a way for an automaker to race that certain model on the tracks or the rally stages. This applies to BMW’s E9 CSL, the winged warrior that dominated the European touring car racing scene for the better part of a decade taking wins against the likes of Ford, Mercedes-Benz, and Jaguar in the process. The road-going version is just as flamboyant and, as this latest BaT auction proves, incredibly desirable.

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Car For Sale: Extremely Clean, 8k-Mile 1988 BMW M3

Car For Sale: Extremely Clean, 8k-Mile 1988 BMW M3

This is the finest BMW M3 E30 you can buy in the U.S.

When it comes to M-badged cars, none is more iconic than the first-generation M3. Produced from March 1986 until June 1991, the E30-generation M3 took BMW cars into a new era and established the German manufacturer as a key player in the performance compact market. The generations that followed saw the M3 become increasingly faster and more powerful, but the E30 M3 remains the most desirable version of the coupe. Buying one now isn’t particularly complicated, but finding a low-mileage model is the stuff of dreams. If you’ve been looking for one, it’s your lucky day: Bring a Trailer has a mint-condition 1988 model with just 8,000 miles on the odometer for sale.

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