US E30 fans got more M love in the form of the two M-Tech packages – full and appearance – that were available on late-production convertibles. The M Technic Sport Package was also available abroad on coupes, and so thatâ€™s what weâ€™re looking at today â€“ a ’91 coupe imported from Japan. Itâ€™s equipped with the exterior body kit, with front and rear bumper covers, sill covers, and a unique rear spoiler. You also got front sport seats, a limited-slip differential, Shadowline trim, and M sport suspension. This one is also a â€œslicktopâ€ model that was ordered without a sunroof, has been fitted with some BBS RS wheels, and has been converted from an automatic to a manual gearbox. The price? Well, letâ€™s just say â€œto be expectedâ€â€¦
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1991 BMW 325i M-Technic II Coupe on eBay
Model: 325i M-Technic II Coupe
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 85,000 mi
Location: Miami, Florida
Price: $41,500 Buy It Now
1991 BMW E30 325i M-Tech 2
Probably the cleanest E30 examples on the market is this gorgeous euro (Japanese imported 2019) BMW 325i.
This particular 325i is a highly desirable M-Tech 2 in a rare slick top configuration. Originally an automatic car has since been converted with a factory 5 speed manual setup by local Florida shop called The Auto works with documented records. The car is in excellent cosmetic shape paint wise with only minor defects such as a small scrape at the edge of the front bumper, a small paint chip on the driver side front fender, and light scuffs on the driver door. All the glass throughout the car is original with BMW stamped markings. The full factory M technic kit has BMW stampings and M technic insignia. All original headlights and taillights in great condition, the headlights feature the elipsoid projectors. Rounding out the exterior is the BMW Motorsport handles and lovely Genuine BBS RS wheels. Factory wheels are available with the car can workout a lower price without the BBS RS wheels. The BBS wheels are wrapped in newer Falken tires on all 4 corners.
The Interior is in phenomenal shape. The factory M-Technic cloth seats are manually controlled and show to be in excellent condition. The driver bolster has practically no wear however the lower leg extender has a small rip. Was quoted about $500 to repair can be done at buyers request. The Original Dashboard is crack free and in excellent shape confirming the low miles and overall well kept garaged nature of the entire vehicle. The original radio was upgraded to a more modern Kenwood with blue tooth and aux capabilities. Original clock is present and actually functions which if you know E30’s is quite uncommon. The car underwent a recent AC service which included a new AC line, and an evaporator reseal, so the result is consistently ice cold AC and functional heat. Headliner is in perfect shape with no sagging and boasts increased headroom as this is a slick top car.
Engine is the original M20 2.5 Liter in line 6. The motor is extremely healthy and engine bay is in immaculate shape. Mechanically the car has been meticulously maintained and cared for. In 2021 the car underwent a major service that included but was not limited to the following.
-Valve cover gasket
-Ignition wire set with coil wire
-Oil cooler/new hoses
At this present time the car checks out with a clean bill of health with no leaks or items that need addressing as all this was performed less than 3000 miles ago.
The car performs flawlessly and would not hesitate to daily drive it or drive it cross country. The motor pulls to redline perfectly without hesitation and engages every gear smoothly. The driving experience is superb, when sitting in the driver seat you feel like you are in the late 80s since everything feels so new. The suspension has been upgraded with Bilstein shocks and the response to bumps and turns is awesome.
Bottom of the car is rust free and the car has no accident history. Many more photos and videos available upon request.
This car has a clean Florida title on hand along with all the stateside records of all the work mentioned above.
Remember when $40k bought you a really, really nice E30 M3? I sure do. Well, today it doesn’t, and if you’re thinking the asking price here is pretty outrageous, it’s not without precedent. BaT sold a similar car for $37,000 last month, and the best examples have sold for even more. Crazy? Sure. But the 911 market is even more bonkers, so maybe this is only semi-ridiculous. I personally think the Diamond Black paint works better with the contrasting lower bodywork than the Sterling Silver we see here, but regardless, this is a rare bit of kit and fans will love it.