One BMW enthusiast showed just how much he loves his E30 M3 over the weekend by placing it into his living room to escape the fury of hurricane Matthew.
Florida resident Randy simply opened up the large double-doors of his house and parked the M3 right in the entrance way, which was also the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with his pride and joy.
Given the desirability and value of pristine E30 M3s, we don’t blame Randy for wanting to keep the car safe.
Well kept examples can fetch in excess of $100,000, which by the way is significantly more than the $64,000 starting price of a brand new M3.
The one that started the M3 mythos features a naturally-aspirated 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine delivering 192 hp and 170 lb-ft, a 5-speed manual gearbox, rear wheel drive and a limited slip differential. It was once named by Automobile Magazine as one of the greatest drivers cars ever made, and is still considered by many to be the purest M3 ever.
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