I posted a couple of Laguna Seca Blue E46 M3s yesterday that looked like they were owned and modded by a couple of similarly-minded fanboys. Today, we’ll shift gears and look at one of the most tastefully and maturely modified E46s out there (chrome exhaust surround notwithstanding). Carter featured this car for Tuner Tuesday earlier in the month and it’s received the full Dinan treatment, earning enough points via supercharger, exhaust, suspension, and more to get the official Dinan badge. The badges sit on a custom and beautiful red paint job, with CSL nods in the wheels and trunk spoiler. It has only covered 40k miles in its 10 years and was honored with the cover of BMWCCA’s “Roundel” magazine a couple years back. The seller says its “generally considered to be one of finest E46 M3 in the country,” and it’s hard to argue against that.
The below post originally appeared on our site September 2, 2014:
The E28 M5 is seemingly following in the E30 M3’s footsteps as the next hot commodity in the semi-vintage BMW game. If you want a lot of the M5 look at a discount, a 535i such as this is the next best thing. We featured this car back in November of last year and it is back up for sale at no reserve with a few hundred miles more on the clock.
The below post originally appeared on our site November 29, 2013:
The late production Porsche 968 Cabriolet we featured in mid August is back up for sale, having no takers last time around. Ever wanted to own the ultimate expression of the front-engine, four cylinder Porsche? Here’s your chance. Let our resident guru and fellow 968 Cabriolet owner, Pablo, walk you through the finer points.
The below post originally appeared on our site August 16, 2014:
The final year 964 Carrera 4 Widebody we featured back in June is back up for sale at the same price as before. These 964s are quite rare, this example being one of 238 produced. Will it fetch a premium over your standard 964 C4?
The below post originally appeared on our site June 8, 2014:
The 1995 Mercedes-Benz C36 AMG we featured last month is back up for sale, it’s price having been lowered by $1,000. Some may prefer the M badged cars from Munich, but these early post-merger AMGs are an interesting and rare alternative to the M3s of the era.
The below post originally appeared on our site July 23, 2014:
The 1984 Porsche 944 that Pablo delved into at the beginning of this month is back up for sale. Will this early, low mileage example find a home this time around?
The below post originally appeared on our site August 4, 2014:
The beautiful Gemini Blue 1973 Porsche 911T we featured back in July is back up for another reserve auction. Last time bidding reaching $45,200, which did not meet the seller’s reserve, so we’ll see if this time it can reach a selling price.
The below post originally appeared on our site July 20, 2014:
The Porsche 924S we featured last month did not sell and is back up on offer once more, giving folks another shot at this well-preserved, affordable Porsche.
The below post originally appeared on our site July 21, 2014:
The first car we featured in our RS America Double-take has come back around for auction. Presumably, the dealer who bought it from the original seller is now looking to capitalize on the rapidly escalating market for these cars and has wasted little time in putting the car back up for sale. The asking price for this RS America in our original feature was $60,000 and with bidding for this auction already at $71,985 that’s already a decent bit of appreciation. At this point the reserve is unmet so we’ll have to see just how high this one might go.
The below post originally appeared on our site June 19, 2014:
The Mk1 Volkswagen Jetta we featured last week is back up for sale at no reserve. You don’t see a lot of these first generation Jettas knocking around anymore, so grab a good one when you can!
The below post originally appeared on our site July 19, 2014: