1988 BMW M3 E30 on sale for $32,500 Exterior
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Classic is as classic was; there’s no going around it. Once it’s been deemed as such, it will forever be regarded as such. Among all the cars of BMW, the 1988 BMW M3 E30 Coupe is a widely-acknowledged member of this esteemed group. And in the event that you’re looking for one, there’s a bone-stock model that’s being sold for $32,500.

The price tag may raise some eyebrows, but the price of owning one isn’t exactly nickels and pennies. The car looks to be in prime condition relative to the year it was made, although it might be a prudent idea to give the car a test run before you immediately shell out that kind of money for it.

Then again, it still depends on what you think of a 1988 BMW M3 Coupe. As far as we’re concerned, so as long as everything checks out, we’d be willing to part with that kind of money for it, because as we said, classic is as classic was.


Source: EbizAutos

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  (367) posted on 05.19.2010

The legend of m3 starts all here. Even it’s almost 23 years from now.. it’s looks and aggressiveness is still capable of competing with the modern m3 and competitors.

  (380) posted on 05.19.2010

The price is high, well I guess no one will be interested to buy that car because i will rather buy a new one than that old model with no appealing look.

  (347) posted on 05.18.2010

Elegant and classy. $32,500 is just right for the m3. Many are still using it as a drift car because of the weight distribution and wheel base.

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