1988 BMW E30 M3 Evolution II

Sep 14, 2018

Category: Rides

The first BMW purpose-built saloon created as a homologation by BMW’s in-house Motorsport division, the E30 M3 was a dominant Touring Car racer in the late 1980s. This exquisite and highly rare 1988 BMW E30 M3 Evolution II is just one of 501 ever produced.

Fully restored in 2015, this gleaming example of the rare and important E30 M3 is truly a time capsule. A street-legal ‘Group A’ rally car if ever there was one, this Evolution II version of the M3 of the day was faster and lighter than the original M3, with a new camshaft, pistons and intake system, lighter flywheel and lightened boot-lid, and various other modifications to improve its performance. The Misano Red paint job is another ultra-rare feature on this beautiful car. Beyond being an amazing car to drive, this M3 could be a savvy investment too.

Purchase: $80,000+

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