1995 BMW M3

We just featured an E36 M3 Coupe last weekend, but I couldn’t pass up this 1995 model with its unique interior. Avus Blue is one of my favorites when it comes M3 colors and with a little over 66,000 miles, this M car for sale in North Carolina has a lot of thrills left to dish out.

Year: 1995
Model: M3
Engine: 3.2 inline six
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 66,365
Price: $19,500

1995 BMW M3 on eBay

1995 BMW M3, two owner clean Carfax, only 66k original miles, extremely rare factory Alcantara interior, rare M double spoke forged wheels, beautiful Avus Blue metallic, all body panels are original with their VIN stickers still on them, and believe it or not Avus Blue paint is original except for the rear bumper. Completely stock except for upgraded Bilstein shocks, exceptionally nice condition, truly one of a kind.

The M3 we featured last week was four years newer and had 1,000 less miles than this car, and was priced a couple thousand dollars below this car. And even that price was a bit optimistic. This M3 looks to be in great shape and no doubt the Alcantara will appeal to certain enthusiasts who prefer this grippier upholstery for events such as track days. I think a lot of retailers are trying to ride off the E30 M3 coattails when it comes to E36 values. Perhaps the E36 has benefitted from a bit of E30 interest, but at almost $20,000, we’re getting into clean E30 M3 territory. I’d peg the value of this car somewhere between $13,000 and $15,000.

-Paul

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6 Comments

  1. As I read about this car and all it offers
    I think about the other german enthusiast
    favorite , the Porsche 911and Wow look
    What they cost ! For same year
    Decisions, Decisions

  2. $20K is clean E39 M5 territory as well.

    There is no doubt that this is a unique car in excellent condition, but I personally think they’re way off the mark on price. As with most of these things, we may get a better idea at the end of the auction.

  3. I love the car, but $20k goes a long way towards a modern CPO 3-series.

  4. Nice seats but going nowhere fast at that price

  5. Unfortunately a dealer who didnt list it as an auction with a reserve price, so we wont see market value. IMHO worth $12k on a good day to an E36 lover who has to have an original low miles. I prefer the 1996-99 M3 with the 3.2L & factory refinements. At his BIN price he’s waisting everyones time.

  6. I just purchased a 2004 M3 convertible (wife says no more motorcycles so this is the substitute) with the same mileage for the same price. Set aside E30s for their special provenance, but I’d have a hard time justifying this car over the one I just got.

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