BMW fans can also turn to the BMW E30 M3 EVO for added sports styling, including a deeper front spoiler and an added rear spoiler. Anyone in search of this road legend has a wide range of vehicles to consider when browsing the sellers on eBay, including coupe and convertible versions of the BMW E30 M3.
BMW E30 M3. A brilliant chassis, proper flares, 7,000rpm redline, and room for four, the E30 M3 is definitely a top candidate in the running for quintessential everyday sports car.
The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the 3 Series, developed by BMW's in-house motorsport division, BMW M GmbH. M3 models have been derived from the subsequent generations of the BMW 3 Series. M3 models have been derived from the subsequent generations of the BMW 3 Series.
Johnny Cecotto Edition E30 M3, Misano Red over Silver M-Technic Cloth with Bison Leather Bolsters, One of only 505 Special Edition Cecotto M3's Produced! This is #170 of 505. This rare car was originally produced to celebrate the success of BMW Factory Driver, Johnny Cecotto, and was named i...
Why the E30 BMW M3 is still magic, nearly 30 years later Designed in the mid-1980s, the E30 M3 is a hero among gearheads. But can the decades-old coupe still spark those feelings today?
This 1988 BMW M3 is equipped with the 2,203 cc four cylinder engine and manual transmission and is the first year of the E30... More Add to Favorites More
BMW E30 M3 Race Car Chris Lowe a master mechanic for BMW GB and now BMW Australia, has been involved with the building of many performance enhanced BMW’s, both as a consultant and engineer.
The emotional connection to a car is the entire purpose of owning a car like the E30 BMW M3. This is a great video, you should check it out. [Photo Source: Petrolicious] E30 BMW M3 video.
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The BMW E30 is the second generation of BMW 3 Series, which was produced from 1982 to 1994. The initial models used the coupe (two-door sedan) body style, with four-door sedan models introduced in 1983, convertibles introduced in 1985 and wagon/estate models (marketed as "Touring") introduced in 1987.