What do you do if you’ve got an old BMW M3 and you’re also a huge fan of the 24-Hour race at the Nurburgring? A father-daughter combo answered that question by having this E30 M3 converted into a self-labelled ‘DTM Edition’.
According to ClassicDriver, where the car is currently up for sale at $90,015, all the mods were done in an extremely professional manner – and we needn’t even look that hard in order to see just how much hard work went into this classic Bimmer.
The M3 underwent a great number of mods, gaining a roll cage, suspension struts and strut braces, a Sport EVO carbon fiber rear wing, carbon fiber front lip spoiler, carbon fiber mirror covers, BBS racing wheels with titanium bolts, a sports exhaust system, racing exhaust manifold, an engine conversion and, of course, the Speed Yellow exterior paint job.
Meanwhile, the interior features a carbon cockpit design, Recaro carbon hybrid racing seats with six-point harness straps, plus a detachable racing steering wheel.
As for performance, the ad claims that, despite the odo showing a total of 101,880 km (63,306 miles), its current 195 PS (192 HP) 2.3-liter four-cylinder has been run for just 2,000 km (1,242 miles) – which makes it barely run-in…
The thing is, while the M30 is probably the most desirable of all M3s so far, and this one’s got a sleuth of upgrades, does it justify spending 90 grand on it? Well, what say you?