Every time I go out on the web and browse around for a BMW E36 M3 sedan, the selection is usually a bit underwhelming. A lot of these four-door M cars were automatic and while it certainly doesn’t make it a terrible car, it does nothing to sate the appetite of the enthusiast. There’s also a lot of higher mileage examples out there which can potentially scare off the novice M car buyer. This M3 sedan, however, is a 5-speed manual and even with 125k under its belt, still looks the business.
Click for more details: 1998 BMW M3 Sedan on eBay
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 124,576 mi
Price: $10,500 Buy It Now
Thanks for looking at our beautiful BMW M3. We are a dealer specializing in nice pre-owned Euro cars, however, this car has been driven by a family member since 2011. This immaculate example is Arktis silver with black leather and is completely stock save for eurostyle lens and a K&N air filter. All original paint with the exception of the lower front valance. CarFax shows a freak incident where an object lying in the road was run over, whacking the frame rail in just the right spot to activate an airbag. No body damage occurred. This M3 shows very nicely inside and out with very little wear and tear. The car has been meticulously maintained by an independent factory trained BMW tech, including the usual water pump, struts, suspension parts, drive belts, brakes, etc. The tires are almost new, the wheels are original finish, with very few flaws.
All of the power equipment works, the radio is original with the trunk mount CD changer. The black headliner is up and in great shape. Drivers seat has minimal wear. Back seat looks like nobody’s been back there. Spare tire original and never been down. These E36 M3s are one of the best cars that BMW ever produced and this one is among the finest examples in the country. There will be no disappointments with this beautiful M3. We do a good job on Ebay. Look at our Feedback! Thanks and Good Luck!!
Like the C36 AMG we featured two days ago, I love silver on black on these cars as it lends a nice, understated look. I don’t particularly care for the rear spoiler that was added on some of these, but that’s a matter of taste. The airbag going off does lead to some questions but as long as there is no major structural damage underneath, everything should be good. If the car drives out as nice as it looks inside and out, the asking price isn’t terribly off the mark. A little bit of bargaining might be in order but this looks like an M3 sedan worthy of a good home.
“This immaculate example is Arktis silver”
Actually it’s “Arktissilber Metallic” if we wanted to totally avoid using English, or just “Arctic Silver” to the layperson. 🙂
I’m not down with the (non-stock) rear spoiler. . .and though I’m mostly indifferent about clear turn signals, seeing them on a used car for sale just makes me wonder what else did this guy do that I might find lacking in quality or good taste.
To anyone who buys that story about the airbag, come see me about a bridge I have for sale…
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