Low Miles 1988 BMW e30 M3 For Sale

Low Miles 1988 BMW e30 M3 For Sale

I spotted this one yesterday on eBay. It’s an 88 with ~70k miles and it looks very clean and original. When I first saw it, the current bid was 11k reserve not met. Today it’s over $22k with 4 days remaining!

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quote from seller’s listing:

I recently purchased the car locally and have decided to go a different direction with my car collection. This car was always on my “list” of must haves. It is a wonderful, very low mile, original car. Paint is excellent, interior is excellent. All service records since new. I am technically the third owner but the 2nd owner only had it a couple of months. The car didn’t suit his daily driver needs. This car starts and runs perfectly.

Exterior: Lachssilber metallic
All panels OEM with tags except front bumper. Hood and front fenders have been painted, very well. As I was told, the car rolled into a fence from a parking lot, punctured the bumper and scratching the hood and fender. Upon inspection, there is no evidence of structural damage, only a cosmetic repair. Which was done extremely well. All sheet metal is original with v.i.n. tags intact. NO RUST on the car what so ever! Car has one very small crease just at the corner below the right rear tail light. I am including a picture but you really have to look for it. It measures about 1.5 inches in length.

Interior: Gray leather that is in great original condition. Recent Leatherique treatment and minor bolster wear, perfect carpets throughout with recently added new OEM mats. Perfect headliner.
Perfect glass and trim
All electrical systems work as they should.
Car is completely stock (except Pioneer radio/CD).

Super Low Miles BMW e30 M3 For Sale

Super Low Miles BMW e30 M3 For Sale

BringATrailer spotted this 4k mile e30 M3 earlier this summer and I blogged it as well on my old blog. It’s an interesting discussion piece as it’s likely one of the nicest survivors in the world, and carries an absurd asking price of $55k.

I post it again here for those who haven’t seen it yet and because my memory was sparked when a thread on VWVortex showed up and a lengthy discussion ensued concerning this car.

What’s your take?

dc

Update: This listing is pretty out of date. Consider one of these early e30 M3’s instead!

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1984 Volkswagen GTi For Sale: Nice and Clean on eBayMotors

1984 Volkswagen GTi For Sale:  Nice and Clean on eBayMotors

With the excitement around the Scirocco’s that have hit the market this week, I’ve got another nice looking survivor to post in this 1984 Volkswagen GTi listed on eBayMotors:

quote from the seller’s eBayMotors ad:

I am the third owner of this vehicle and it has been garaged ever since it left the dealership in 84′. The car was originally purchased here in California and hasn’t left since. No rust on the car. Meticulously serviced with the timing belt and engine mounts changed at 60,000 miles. The car is completely stock except for the BBS wheels with new tires, Bilstein suspension kit , Zender side skirts, Alpine tape deck, new exhaust system and upper & lower strut bars. I will include in this auction the original wheels with still good tires on them and an extra OEM GTI grille. This car is a 9 out of 10 inside and out. The interior is stock in blue cloth with a brand new headliner and all new weather stripping. The pictures should speak for them self. The car just passed smog and is in excellent running condition.

Note he states the car has been garaged it’s whole life and only has 77k miles. I’d have to guess that 90% of the MK1 GTi’s in the world wished they had such a charmed life! The white exterior with black accents and those great looking MK2 GTi BBS rims really make this car look sharp. My only ding would be the nasty blue, American spec interior — But it is clean and tidy.

$6750 sounds a little optimistic, but those rims are probably worth at least $1500. Taking that equity into consideration, I’ll be curious to watch where this car ends up.

dc…

1976 Volkswagen GTi Period Modified Car For Sale in Portland

1976 Volkswagen GTi Period Modified Car For Sale in Portland

Period correct GTi’s and project cars like this one don’t exist because they’ve been driven hard, beaten, and destroyed over the years. So when one comes up that is persevered, I get pretty excited. This is exactly as I would’ve built the car as a senior in high school in 1992 (if I had funds then of course!) Check out this great looking 1976 Rabbit GTi period modified car for sale:

quote from seller’s Portland Craigslist ad:

76 VW Rabbit,owned/built by 25+ year VW parts manager. Has been in dry storage for over 20 years.Rare Zender body kit,Koni adjustable front and rear struts,poly suspension bushings,callaway large front and rear sway bars,Hurst short shifter,upper and lower stut braces,VDO gauges,44mm dual sidedraft mikunis,1.7L with large valve ported head,euro spec GTI cam,adjustable cam sprocket,high capacity baffeled oil pan,header w/2″ exhaust,large brakes,front vent windows,rare opening rear Kamei side windows,BBS wheels.New tags,tons more $4500

I recently picked up a stack of old VW & Porsche magazines and this car would easily have been a feature within those pages. And good luck finding some of these parts today like the Mikuni carbs and manifold, Callaway bars, and Zender aero kit. As a complete car, $4500 sounds like a great deal to me and of increasing value in coming years. Have you seen what’s happening to GTi prices? I may have to drive up just to take a closer look and re-live my high school years!

dc…

1988 BMW e30 M3: Alpine White on BBS, How Can You Go Wrong?

1988 BMW e30 M3:  Alpine White on BBS, How Can You Go Wrong?

For $16k, this looks like a great compromise between an expensive beauty queen example and a full on track only modified car. Check out this 1988 BMW e30 M3 For Sale in Reno on Craigslist:

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quote from Craigslist ad:

1988 BMW E30 M3 ALPINEWEISS
128,xxx miles

Located in Reno NV, I’ve had the car since 2000. Car has been meticulously maintained and always garaged. Alpineweiss color with tan interior. Fresh fluids every 2500 miles with Mobil 1 and Redline oils with E36 chain tensioner upgrade. Lots of upgrades…

EXTERIOR

BBS RSII wheels 18×8.5 on KUMHOS 215/35/18 with less than 500 miles
H & R springs with BILSTEIN shocks
EIBACH strutbar
SUSPENSION TECHNIQUES swaybars with TURNER MOTORSPORTS swaybar reinforcements
Clear front turn signal lenses
STARTEC smoked taillights
CARBON FIBER DTM vented mirrors (from Markus)
EVO III wing with CARBON FIBER flap (from JedM3}

INTERIOR

RECARO Speed black on WEDGE ENGINEERING seat brackets
SCHROTH 4pt seatbelts red
MOMO champion steering wheel
MOMO shift knob
MOMO pedals
Double Pillar mounted gauges with VDO gauges {oil pressure and voltmeter}
BMP E30 diamond plate aluminum floor panels
///M black floor mats
KENWOOD KDC-8015 rotating cd deck
MTX AMPS {2} on custom amp rack with MONSTER CABLES all the way
POLK AUDIO separates front
POLK AUDIO 6 ½ rear
MTX 10” subs

ENGINE

S14 2.3L ENGINE with new MOBIL 1 oil every 2500 miles
E36 chain tension upgrade
RED spark plug wires
///M oil cap
K & N filter

16K OBO

Alpine White BMW’s are so beautiful, and this e30 M3 looks great with the BBS rims, smoked tails, and Evo spoiler. While I might normally take objection with the black cloth Recaro’s against the stock tan leather interior, a well maintained car with 108k miles and a $16k asking makes me think the better of it.…