Just a few short days after the 1993 325i Convertiblethat stirred up an intense discussion, here comes another low mileage E30 Convertible, this time two years older and with one less pedal. I’m curious…just how many more of these drop top E30s did people stash away in hopes of a handsome payday years down the road?
Model: 325i Convertible
Engine: 2.5 inline six
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 9,500 mi
1991 BMW 325iC – Like New! 9,500 Miles! VIN: WBABB2319MEC26419. For sale today is my 1991 BMW 325iC in Lagunen Grün over Gray leather:
1991 BMW 325iC M20
Clear PA title in hand
Brand new tires – less than 50 miles
Timing belt, water pump, spark plugs, filters, replaced in 2/2012 ~75 miles ago
DOT4 ATE Typ 200 brake fluid flush 2/2012
Coolant flush 2/2012
Mobil 1 full synthetic oil 12/2012
Original tape deck just serviced 6/2012
Absolutely immaculate – cadmium plating present on all bolt heads – like new
Must see to believe!
Selling to make room for a vintage Datsun
My uncle had a similar E30 Convertible in Laguna Green, albeit with a tan leather interior. This is one of my favorite colors for the E30 Convertible, as it looks rich and represents the era from which it hails. The asking price for this 325i is more realistic than the last one we saw, but is still a bit over the top for an E30 without the M badge. I doubt the automatic transmission will hold this car back much, as those looking at open roofed variants are generally more in it for cruising around than spirited driving. I’d say this car would realistically max out around $15,000 to $17,000, but there could be someone out there than wants the best E30 Convertible money could buy. If that’s the case, then this is certainly the car for them.