1998 BMW M3 Convertible

Need a little bit more space than the 2002 BMW M Roadster we featured yesterday but still lust after some al fresco ///M Motoring? Here’s a good compromise, then. While the M3 Convertible was nothing new when the E36 debuted, the US market was never privy to the E30 M3 Convertible. With the 1998 model year, sun worshippers got their wish with this car we see here for sale in North Carolina. Hardcore enthusiasts tend to take these open-roofed M3s a bit less seriously than their coupe and sedan counterparts, given their added weight and decreased rigidity. At least this car is equipped with the 5-speed manual which will help you make the most of this package.

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Year: 1998
Model: M3 Roadster
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 46,284 mi
Price: Reserve auction

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Lately, E36 prices have started to creep upwards, most likely as a side effect of increasing E30 prices which have began to price some out of the market. The E36 is a good starting point for those looking to get into the BMW M game currently, whichever the variant. Sedans tend to be some of the most prized examples, with a slightly more rigid chassis than the coupe. The compromises associated with a convertible tend to dilute values of the M3 Convertible a bit, but a clean, low-mileage example like this with the desirable manual gearbox should pull somewhere in the $13,000 to $16,000 range, given comparable M3s we’ve seen of late.


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