Last year, BMW's M division had scoop photographers and news sites alike trying to figure out what was going on with the E92-based M3 targa-topped pickup truck testing at the Nürburgring.
That was before the Bavarians revealed the car in the flesh on April 1 in what we had then described as, the "auto industry’s most expensive and elaborate April Fool’s Joke".
While the white M3 "El Camino" was never intended for the public with BMW keeping it as a workshop transport vehicle for M GmbH, we found another M3 pickup truck that is listed for sale in Germany.
Sure, you may not like the 'Indian rice' tanned interior and the truck bed area doesn't seem to offer a lot of useable space, but unlike some crude conversions of the sort that we have shown in the past, you have to admit that this one looks to have been created with attention to detail.
The car is said to have only 40,688 km (25,288 miles) on the odo and is listed for sale at a price of €12,890 (about US$16,200).