Infiniti made about 17,000 units of the M30 Coupe between 1989 and 1992. Out of these, nearly 3,000 were turned into convertibles by American Sunroof Corporation, featuring a canvas top that could be operated at the push of a button.
Given the small number of cars produced, finding one that’s worth buying today can be quite a challenge. But as it happens, we came across an example that’s worth your attention if you’re into the Infiniti M30 Convertible, with the eBay ad claiming that it has under 22,000 miles (35,405 km) on the clock.
More importantly, though, it looks like it’s in pretty good condition (from the pics, that is), for a 27-year old vehicle, with the Burgundy paint being scratch free and the beige leather interior looking brand new. The engine compartment is clean and the entire M30 Convertible is said to be rust free. Everything works well, including the canvas roof and the air conditioning, said to have been retrofitted last October.
All the paperwork is available too, while included with the sale are the original key fobs, 2 sets of carpet mats, plus the original plastic cover, and new Cooper CS5 Grand Touring tires installed half a year ago.
As for what it would cost you, that would be $11,000, or $23,100 less than the original MSRP of this Infiniti. The owner believes the value of the car will only go up from this point, but while we wouldn’t bet on it, how often can one buy a low mileage car made nearly three decades ago in perfect condition and for a down-to-earth price?