Most of the time we’re writing about 1980s E30s coming up for hassle-free importation we’re looking at tourings, as they were never brought here. Today, however, reader Bruce has alerted us to an intriguing E30 convertible from Japan via Canada. It’s still left-hand drive, but is in great condition after 90k miles and comes with the same plaid cloth and leather interior that was in the S38 M3 featured earlier this week. The biggest detraction is the automatic, but if you’re looking for some classy and easy top-down cruising, this would be a nice option.
Click for more details: 1989 BMW 325i Convertible on eBay
Mostly original condition.
E30 Built in Germany for the Japan Market. Left-Hand drive–just like BMW’s in North America
Odometer reads 142,000 kilometres. This is approximately 90,000 miles
Imported to Canada. Currently licenced and insured in British Columibia and has been in the country for a number of years.
Includes custom-made 1 1/4 receiver hitch for bicycle rack
Body condition excellent for its age
Interior very good for its age. Some repairs done.
Sold without warrenty.
Very reliable daily driver in summer months.
Top has repaired slash on rear side panel. Otherwise excellent condition
There are some active bidders but it’s barely broken $1k as I write this; anything under $4k seems like quite a steal considering where most E30s are landing these days. There are a few question marks, like multiple importations, the roof repair, and a slightly overextended exhaust, but every time I look at the interior I can imagine smiling big while cruising down Highway 1. If the reserve comes off, someone’s going to get a deal.