The Japanese-spec BMW E30 M3 we featured last month is back up for sale at the same price. Given how popular the original M3 has become in the last couple of years, this would be a great way to stand out from the crowd and have a conversation starter at the next club event.
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Here’s a beautiful E30 M3 with a great color combo. The Lachssilber is a very nice, fresh repaint that really makes this look like the 80s streetfighter that it is. The cardinal red interior makes for a desirable combo. The nearly 10/10 exterior and a good interior hide the 148k miles, which seems like a lot for the asking price. All’s fair in love and E30 M3 selling though…
Click for details: 1988 BMW M3 on eBay
Our feature on 1:18 scale model vehicles at the beginning of the month seemed rather popular, so we decided to follow up with another scale model post, albeit this time focusing on something even smaller: 1:43 scale. More specifically, 1:43 scale cars from Minichamps, who arguably have one of the most vast product portfolios and produce some of the most detailed cars in this scale.
Below are some of your 1:1 favorites as usual. If you don’t have a lot of space for 1:18 scale vehicles, these 1:43 models might be a good option, as they pack a lot of detail for the dollar. The holidays are right around the corner. These small cars would make the perfect gift for your favorite petrolhead.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: BMW 507 by Minichamps on eBay
CLICK FOR DETAILS: Audi Sport Quattro by Minichamps on eBay
CLICK FOR DETAILS: Porsche 911GT2 RS by Minichamps on eBay
The Dakar Yellow BMW M3 Sedan we featured earlier this month is back on offer. If you want to stand out from the M crowd, there’s few better, more affordable ways to do it with this four-door M.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1997 BMW M3 Sedan on eBay
The below post originally appeared on our site November 4, 2014:
Let me go on record as stating that I personally have no problems with replica cars. Especially when you consider the price of exclusive originals or cars that are non-existent, tributes and replicas offer people the opportunity to see cars they would otherwise never get to experience. Several of the Auto Union Grand Prix cars, for example, have been built as exacting replicas of the originals that no longer exist; see them in the flesh, and they’ll make your spine tingle just as much as if Nuvolari or Rosemeyer had piloted them originally. But then there’s a secondary tier of making replica cars that are either just expensive or hard to come by; Sport Quattros, S2s, AMG and Ruf models as well as the exclusive RS have always been popular, and an increasing trend over the past few years has been replica M3s. Of course, when the real deal is only a few thousand dollars, making a replica isn’t economically viable. But prop the price up to near six figures, and suddenly the pain and expensive of creating a replica becomes not only popular, but perhaps even lucrative: