We’re used to seeing very rare, limited-edition automobiles hit the auction block for an obscene amount of money, but fun cars can be found on the other end of the spectrum as well.
Don’t get us wrong, this BMW E30 BMW 325i M-Technic II is a rare car in its own right, even though it won’t probably become a collectible, but that’s what makes it so special (ironically).
So, if you’re a fan of the most iconic 3-Series generation, live in the U.S. and don’t have the means to get your hands on a Baur model or 320is, this two-tone Bimmer is offered in 100% original condition for “only” $15,660.
OK, the price might be a little steep for a 1989 BMW, but it has only 135k kilometers (84k miles) on the clock, and is a Euro-spec variant legally imported from Japan. The dealer handling the sale says the car is rust free, and the only imperfections can be found on the bottom of the driver’s seat (small fabric separation); otherwise the E30 is spotless with everything working perfectly.
Mind you, back in the day, the 325i was the range topper of the regular range, surpassed only by the M-division developed 320is and the M3, so don’t be surprised if this car likes to be driven hard – even though it comes with an automatic transmission.