1995 BMW M3

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Many people love the E36 “M3/4/5,” the 5-speed manual, 4-door sedan sleeper. It was the first M-car I fell in love with (and drove… funny how that works). This M3/2/5A is the opposite, the only less desirable version being the convertible. An automatic sedan is unfortunate but perhaps defensible as a family car. This coupe, looking hot in Hellrot and on the perfect Style 22s, deserves to be the Ultimate Driving Machine. Without the lovely 5-speed manual to play the S50 as you please, it’s just not. Dang pretty though.

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Year: 1995
Model: M3
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 86,137 mi
Price: Reserve auction
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1995 BMW M3 E36 Coupe ** Rare Hellrot Red**

Rare Example of a clean well sorted 95 E36 ///M3. 86K Original Miles! All Stock. Clean Title. Hard to Find. OBD-1. Hellrot Red Over Black Leather! Well-Maintained M3! Fluids Regularly Flushed & Replaced! Garage Kept. 2 Original BMW Keyless Entry keys.

I would rate the Interior a 9.0/10 the seats are in excellent condition, the front seat bolsters are excellent with minimal wear. All functions work and operate on the power seats as they should. The carpet is extremely clean covered with OEM Floor mats. The Front dash is very clean no cracks, the Rear seats are excellent, The Exterior of the car is a solid 8.5/10. Front Bumper Has been previously refreshed due to rock chips. Tires are like new and have only have a few thousand miles on them.

No expense has been spared to properly store, maintain and address all preventative maintenance on this M3. This car is an absolute blast to drive runs very strong. It will make a fun daily driver, or a great track car. The title is clear and in hand.

Mechanically this car is excellent and has always been serviced. Full service records included. Recently Replaced Catalytic Converter just passed California smog! No Rust!

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This is as beautiful as E36s get! There are plenty of bidders for this car, but the price is still well below what a manual, coupe or sedan, would command right now. Looking this good and with so few miles, this would be at least in the mid-teens with a stick. Someone may get an M3 at a great deal (if the reserve comes off), but they’ll be paying for it at every corner.

-NR

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6 Comments

  1. spot on. the auto kills this car for many…myself included….this will really come down to the buyer realizing that they may not get close to their reserve because of this one issue

  2. No expense spared. How about missing wheel logo for peanuts.

  3. very very nice….I agree that the auto limits your buyers…had it been a manual you would get strong bidding….seller may have to rethink his reserve because of this if they really want to sell it

  4. The automatic doesn’t bother me nearly as much as the Riken Raptor tires the car is riding on at the moment. It’s hard to claim no expense was spared when one skimps on the only thing connecting the vehicle to the pavement.

  5. Came to comment on the crap tires, glad to see someone else noticed too.

    Looks like the trunk has a good amount of orange peel in the paint too.

  6. I’m a M3/4/5 guy myself but Hellrot on DS1’s is sex.

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