This E30 caught my eye due to its similarities to my car – Alpine White with Euroweave 15×7 inch wheels painted Nogaro Silver. As of 48 hours ago, my Euroweaves have been retired for the winter so they can be repainted in factory silver; much like black sneakers, I never liked dark footwear on a car, either, so mine will be a shade lighter come spring. This car looks very clean in the right places, with a minty engine bay, dry differential, surprisingly clean wheel wells, and a nearly unmarked “Comfort” interior. The sport buckets would have been a nice upgrade here, but I can understand holding on to the flatter-bolstered seating surfaces when they’re as clean as these appear to be. The seller’s eBay rating isn’t great, so hopefully this car really is as-presented.
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The 911 Carrera 3.2 was considered by many to be the final link to the original 911 before newer safety and emissions regulations started to take hold in the 1990s which would eventually see the phasing out of the air-cooled motor. It certainly is one of my favorites, with the ultra-rare Club Sport lightweight special being my favorite. While a Club Sport is one of the most valuable of all 3.2 variants, there are plenty of other 3.2s to consider as an optimal starting point for your air-cooled obsession. We’ll take a look at a few different examples, including a 930 of the same era, starting off with this Grand Prix White Targa for sale in Miami.
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The E30s are indeed being snapped up, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some still hiding out there to be picked up by enthusiasts. Today’s is a pretty blue example with the M-Tech bodykit and has covered a reasonable 150k miles. It’s a little too nice to go the racer boys, but with a 5-speed manual and the classic 2.5l inline-6, it has years of fun weekends left in it. It will be very interesting to see where the bidding lands to give us a new baseline for decent, original E30 pricing.