The Internet has become such a large market place for automobile sales that even General Motors has signed up to sell their new products on the mega online auction house, e-Bay. With the ability to reach customers thousands of miles away for one low price it is no surprise that even more second hand specialized vehicles are making their way onto the information superhighway with a for sale sign in the back window. So we were delighted to come across this modified M3 on “Germany’s biggest vehicle marketplace online,” mobile.de.

German used car find of the day: Manhart Racing M3 TV10
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It is not very often that you see a modified avant, the dirty stigma associated with function vehicles went the way of the SUV a long time ago and yes, that is a full size squared off window frame above the BMW’s rear wheels. However that is just the tip of the iceberg, because aside from the radical deep dished RAD Forged wheels and massive Stoptech brakes there lies the heart of a beast inside because this is no ordinary tuner wagon, this is the Manhart Racing E91 BMW M3 TV10. Günter Manhart is a man who prides himself on going above and beyond the extraordinary to create something truly special and that is why everything from the suede headliner and carbon fiber trim, to the 5.0 Liter V10 under the hood it all looks like it could have come that way from the factory.

Now at about $168,500 the TV10 is no bargain, but considering that you will be able to go from 0 to 60 MPH in about 4.3 seconds on the way to your kid’s soccer tournament or hitting 207.5 MPH on the Autobahn when you take delivery might be worth it. Besides if you are that much of a BMW fanatic, a very clean M5 engine swap would something to brag about to your friends and it is a much more practical package than an M5 wagon.

Details after the jump.

BMW M3 E91 5.0 V10 SMG
Leergewicht 1650 kg
550 PS (3.0 kg/PS)
0-100 km/h 4, 3 sec
V-Max 334km/h
Motor: 5.0 M5 V10 E60
550 PS
German used car find of the day: Manhart Racing M3 TV10
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Source: Mobile.de

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