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The last of its kind.
This ultra cool 1991 BMW M3 is the epitome of a modern classic. Purchased in May of ‘91 at a BMW dealer in Munich by a serious bimmer aficionado, it is no doubt one of the last of its kind ever produced. Last, that is, but certainly not least. We have no doubt that this is one of the best E30 M3s in the world. Period.
A two-owner car, its 215 horsepower engine has only hit 16,000 miles of asphalt. This vehicle truly looks and feels brand new. Only 786 M3 E30 Cabriolet BMW’s were built, of which 310 had the 195 horsepower engine and 476 carried the 215 horsepower version, the same featured on the Cecotto and Ravaglia editions. Convertible M3s were so rare that they never even made it into the United States. This model is rare, exceptional and boasts an enormous fan base, making it a great investment for either a seasoned or beginner collector.
This M3 is not only stunning throughout; it’s also smart. The on-board computer is a retro tech relic. In its day, it helped calculate fuel efficiency and even aided with navigation. It’s truly amazing how far technology has come in just twenty years. But then again, it’s amazing that twenty years have passed since this Cabriolet was built, because its power and grace are as relevant as ever. With a front Evo factory-original spoiler and BBS 16” rims to enhance the vehicle’s elegant lines, this M3 Cabrio is a modern classic masterpiece.
Inside, the like-new Nappa leather seats are heated and its electric convertible top runs to perfection, making it comfortable and convenient to drive in every season. The grey dashboard adds a sophisticated touch. And, if you still hide your road trip tape mixes in a drawer, you’ll be pleased to know this beauty comes equipped with an authentic BMW sound system, with cassette player and AM/FM radio.
All of the original catalogues, manuals, and keys are intact. What’s more, its meticulous owners kept all the service records and German order documents. Our professional photographer had fun shooting this sporty classic from every angle, and the result is a set of truly stunning studio photos.