This 1988 BMW M3 is in Zinnoberrot with Black leather. The E30 M3 is among the most recognizable and sought after BMW amongst the collector car community. The M3 became available to enthusiasts because of the rules that govern FIA Group A racing. To qualify a car for Group A competition, its manufacturer must build a minimum of 5000 examples of it within twelve months. The rules also strictly limit the modifications that can be made for racing, so most of the performance hardware must be baked into the road-going cars. BMW Motorsport clearly knows the recipe for success in Group A road racing: after the fourth of seven European Touring Car Championship events this year, the M3 had already clinched the title. ~ Car and Driver Originally sold new in Tulsa, Oklahoma in March 1988. This car presents more like a car with 50k miles. An enthusiast owned car as many of them were but this is one that can be used and enjoyed immediately. Clear California title and currently registered. Carfax indicates Salvage Title previously in another state. Carfax posted. Mechanically excellent. S14 engine. Strong running and driving car. Sound clutch and gearbox. Recent work includes: (within the last
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