The value to fun ratio on the E36 M3 is pretty stout. This one comes with two sets of wheels which is nice. Nice if you want to roll the second set down the set of Fast and Furious and play with the slammed rice burners. No offense.
The first E36 M3 to be imported to the United States was the 1995 model, which received a 3.0 L 24-valve DOHC inline-six engine with 240 bhp (179 kW; 243 PS) and 305 N·m (225 lb·ft (S50B30US), a different suspension setup and a 0-60 mph (97 km/h) time in about six seconds. It was available with 5-speed manual and automatic transmissions. – Wikipedia.
On Craigslist Saginaw outside Detroit by a couple hours.
“I’m selling my 1995 alpine white BMW ///M3. The ///M3 currently has 170,000 miles and stored for the winter. The car drives and handles superbly. The five speed manual transmission shifts smoothly through all gears. The 3.0 liter in line 6 cylinder pulls strong and has no signs of knocks, ticks, smoke or leaks. I currently own three BMW’s including the ///M3 and have owned two Porsche’s in the past year. I’m an adult male in my forties that maintains all vehicles accordingly.
I’m selling the ///M3 only because my wife and I will be purchasing a home. I’m pricing the car to sell quick.
-H&R race springs
-Koni adjustable front shocks
-Bilstein rear shocks
-K&N FIPK intake system
-after market exhaust
Two sets of wheels and tires both with less than 1,000 miles.
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