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1995 BMW M3 with 63k miles

There’s something about Alpine White on a BMW that looks just right. This M3 Coupe for sale in California sent to us from a reader of ours, Jeff, is super clean and has covered just over 63,000 miles. Short of the ultra-rare lightweight, this one is close to E36 M3 perfection.


Year: 1995
Model: M3 Coupe
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 63,030 mi
Price: No reserve auction

Selling my pristine 1995 BMW M3 Garage Queen

Extremely rare in such condition and miles
63k original miles
5 Speed manual
Black Vader Interior
Alpine III Exterior

This car is well maintained, with no issues. Drives extremely smooth. Always taken care of and serviced. No modifications and No upgrades

Cooling system was replaced in 2013
New Sumitomo tires replaced in 2013
New Power Steering Lines replaced in 2013
All new exterior window moldings, sunroof seal, windshield seal and rear window seals were replaced in 2013

The Factory Staggered Contour Wheels are extremely Clean with no curb rash or damage

100% original, never tracked or raced

All original books, manuals, keys and MSRP sticker

Folder of receipts

Clean Title, Clean carfax and no accidents

No Reserve So Please Bid Confidently! Serious Inquires Only Please!

For further questions please call 916-549-4007

I think the E36 and E46 M3s will be remembered for hitting the sweet spot of the compact sports car genre. Straight six power, classic styling without being too over the top and of course, legendary handling and steering characteristics that were not watered down by complex electronics. The E30 M3 will always be the holy grail to some, and of course other enthusiasts will want the latest and greatest, but these M3s were a bright spot in my personal automotive timeline. I was never a big fan of the Style 23 wheels that are on this particular example, which are not stock, as staggered wheels were not available on 1995 M3s. However, I could live with them. Overall, if I was in the market for an E36 M3, this is the kind of car I’d be going after.



  1. John
    John August 15, 2014

    Nice looking car. 3.0? Also, it appears it was automatic when new based on the VIN.

  2. Brad Eisman
    Brad Eisman August 15, 2014

    Seats look rather worn for only 63K miles… non original, perhaps? Not that non original matters, but I always get a bit curious when interior parts look more worn than you’d expect, given mileage.

  3. MDriver
    MDriver August 16, 2014

    ^^^^^^what they said!
    a 5 speed conversion???….interior looks a bit worn for 63k or at the least not taken care of well
    looks to have been a Luxury coupe` converted to the sport???
    M-Contour rims standard on those as was the arm rest over the cup holders…but Vader’s were not
    looks like the car was modified at some point…

  4. Chris E
    Chris E August 16, 2014

    Great comments, guys. I would have never known you could tell it was an automatic originally from the VIN. Just reinforces the need to always take a careful look from all angles.

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