1995 BMW M3 Sedan Individual

No, you’re not reading the headline wrong. But if you’re clever, you know this is special right away. Because the title specifically says ‘Sedan’, and because the M3 Sedan didn’t arrive on these shores until 1997, that must mean one of three things.

  1. I didn’t have enough coffee when I wrote this
  2. I got the year wrong
  3. It’s a European-market example

(please be 3 please be 3 please be 3)

Yep. While it’s true that I most likely have not yet had enough coffee at time of writing, I assure you – this is not a typo. This 1995 M3 Sedan is sitting up in the Great White North, ready for your consumption. But the story on this one doesn’t end with the special motor under the hood. No, this one’s also a very special color combination, too – Daytona Violet over a BMW Individual interior called Saffron with wood trim. Yeah, it’s worth a look!

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1995 BMW M3 Sedan on eBay


Year: 1995
Model: M3 Sedan
VIN: WBSCB91080EW20276
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 98,600 mi
Location: Markham, Canada
Price: CAN 28,000 Buy It Now (~$20,692 today)

Very rare imported from Germany 95’ BMW M3 4 doors ( individual Daytona violet on Saffron leather ) luxury package with wood trim & chrome line! 1 of 1 in the world. Car has 150000km with zero mechanical problem. Excellent condition & extremely clean.

Motor has never been opened up, runs very strong, sound very solid. Silky smooth idling. No funny noise. Oil change very 3000km. Stock clutch as still stock power to maintain reliability. Smooth all the gears.

Full interior with luxury package with wood trim. Wood trims has no cracked and still very shiny. All leather also in excellent condition! Headliner looks new. Original M3 floor mat. Smell like new. Super clean!!!

Car has no rust, paint is very shine. Wax twice a year, never drive in snow. service up to date, oil changed, cooling system overhauled, new battery, new brakes, new ball joints, new koni suspension, new alcantara steering wheel, 4 wheels has been professional refinished with polished lip.

Car has never been in accident but one insurance claimed for hit and run at the parking lot with cracked front bumper skin, insurance replaced new bumper for $2000. Please see the last picture.

Car is located in Toronto, Canada. Welcome to see the car in person.

Wow. I’ll admit, the pictures aren’t great. I’ll further admit that the Contours are close to my least favorite E36 wheel, and I don’t like the Luxury package rocker trim, or the fog light covers, or a few other bolt-ons here. But these are my personal niggles, and they all appear reversible if so desired. The rest? Consider me sold. Not only is the M3 Sedan a bit of a sleeper, we really never get to see Daytona Violet on them. Condition appears to be great, from what is shown, and the mileage is lower. But then to step inside? When there’s normally a sea of black plastic and dark interiors, this one is vibrant, with wood tones offsetting the awesome seats. And they’re manual, to boot! To me, it really makes for a stunning package.

Lump on top of it that it’s only a bit more than $20,000, and this one really seems like a great deal. And because it’s over 25 years old, it shouldn’t be all that difficult to get through the boarder. To me, it’s really hard to see how you could go wrong on this one.

-Carter

Bookmark the permalink.

13 Comments

  1. Great combo!

  2. This is freakin’ hot!!

    E36 M3/4/5 (I hope I have the order correct – sedan with manual) has always been a hidden desire for me. Unfortunately the price point for really clean ones propels into company of other great cars and greatly expands the playing field.

    US has 2 boarders in each direction when it comes to importing cars. First one is the federal boarder and the second one is that of Commiefornia.

  3. michael blechman

    “it shouldn’t be all that difficult to get through the boarder.”
    carter, tirefriar, getting through the border would seem a much easier task…

    tirefriar, “commiefornia?” grow a sense of what could be called respect for our country and try not to be so obviously redneck and/or ignorant…

    mb

  4. The ironing is delicious.

  5. Michael, commiefornia is just perfect. That state is a total and utter disaster. I am so glad I don’t live there anymore. Perfect weather, worst of everything else. This car is just perfect. I love that saffron interior. Absolutely gorgeous with the purple exterior. Nice to have the wood trim too instead of craybon fubar.

  6. michael blechman

    well aren’t we just the totally confirmed retrograde genius young ricky… i suppose the 41 million other people are just fooling themselves for wanting to reside in california… we don’t really miss your being among us… remember to wear gloves to protect your knuckles when moving about…
    cheers and have a nice day…

  7. Grrr. Angry. So very, very angry. Grrrrr.

  8. Prove that there wasn’t a stowaway in the trunk paying rent? Ha!

  9. michael blechman

    try looking for evidence, used deck of cards for solitaire or camping stove and coffee pot or pot if it’s been in california or colorado…

  10. Cali is such a GREAT state! Too bad it’s saddled with so many liberal bordering on socialist people.
    Very nice place to visit, couldn’t live there…

  11. michael blechman

    enough already, quasi political declarations made by inept thinkers concerning the social ramifications of california’s population are nonsensical at best and more likely just some eruption of half thoughts gleaned from too many minutes in front of the idiot box watching some ignorant clown espouse the creed of regressive policies… i expect steve O and his ilk to refuse social security, put out their own house when ablaze, pave their own streets and of course defend the country while home schooling their brood… our nation while not perfect has earned the reputation that we are the defenders of humanity while fomenting militaristic intervention as foreign policy abroad and having the industrial community poison the air and water for profit at home… but i digress… of course there are many serious thinkers here debating the merits of manual v. automatic transmissions and the need for special order paint schemes on cars expensive beyond logical thought… and why not?
    it’s a free country isn’t it? have a nice day…

  12. This installment of GCFSB is DELIVERING the goods!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.