How to buy an old BMW M3
The new one is fantastic, but what if you want a classic M3? Here’s TG’s guide
Posted: 13 May 2014
BMW M3: E30
A 238bhp 2.5-litre four-pot would later debut in the ‘Sport Evo', along with a two-tier rear wing. By and large, these cars are quite unburstable, but rust can be a problem so check everywhere before you buy. Engines are strong, but check the timing chain and for any oil leaks too.
Here's one we found for the princely sum of £24,995. But it's an original - and by the looks of it - unmolested example. LHD, 90K on the clock, a ‘documented service history' and MOT until Nov 2014. Just one previous owner.