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1991 BMW M3 Convertible

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Chassis No. WBSBB05030EB86529
The "E30" M3 Convertible is a car that combines high performance and open-top luxury in a way only seen previously at the highest echelons of motoring. Like the coupe, the Convertible was derived from motorsport and the E30 M3 was the only DTM homologation model available in a convertible version. The first BMW M3 was a car that could be driven on both country roads and racetracks with equal ease, a characteristic that still defines all BMW M cars today. The Convertible accentuated the sporting zest with the ability to feel the fresh mountain air rushing while cruising through the Alpine passes upon its launch in 1988.
As one of just 786 hand-assembled examples produced at BMW's Motorsport facility in Garching, Germany, this 1991 example is finished in attractive Diamond Black Metallic with a Black folding soft top. Similar to the Coupes, the M3 variant received box-flared fenders, revised bumpers, and side skirts. Powering the car is a 2.3-liter “S14” inline-four mated to a Getrag five-speed manual transmission before being sent to the rear wheels through a limited-slip differential. Additional exterior features include headlight wipers, headlight wipers, twin exhaust tips, and 16 inch BBS “Style 5” wheels.
Opening the door reveals the Silver leather-trimmed interior with manually adjustable Recaro sports bucket seats that feature electric heating and tri-color M accents. Framed by the leather-wrapped four-spoke steering wheel are VDO gauges informing the driver with a 260 km/h speedometer, 8,000 rpm tachometer, and oil temperature gauges. Interior features include power windows, an onboard computer, remote-controlled power mirrors, and a BMW Bavaria C Business cassette stereo.
The car is reported to have been placed into storage in the early 1990s, where it remained until it was purchased in 2022 and imported to the United States in 2023. As a result, the car shows an incredibly low 1,177 kilometers or approximately 731 miles at the time of cataloging. It should be noted that, while this M3 is in excellent condition, the power function of the convertible top is inoperable, yet it continues to retain its manual operation allowing the driver/owner to enjoy top up or top down motoring as they wish. Offered in phenomenally original condition as a result of its remarkably low mileage, with original protective wax present on the undercarriage and suspension, this 1991 BMW M3 Convertible remains a veritable once-in-a-lifetime addition to any BMW enthusiasts' stable.

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Chassis No. WBSBB05030EB86529
The "E30" M3 Convertible is a car that combines high performance and open-top luxury in a way only seen previously at the highest echelons of motoring. Like the coupe, the Convertible was derived from motorsport and the E30 M3 was the only DTM homologation model available in a convertible version. The first BMW M3 was a car that could be driven on both country roads and racetracks with equal ease, a characteristic that still defines all BMW M cars today. The Convertible accentuated the sporting zest with the ability to feel the fresh mountain air rushing while cruising through the Alpine passes upon its launch in 1988.
As one of just 786 hand-assembled examples produced at BMW's Motorsport facility in Garching, Germany, this 1991 example is finished in attractive Diamond Black Metallic with a Black folding soft top. Similar to the Coupes, the M3 variant received box-flared fenders, revised bumpers, and side skirts. Powering the car is a 2.3-liter “S14” inline-four mated to a Getrag five-speed manual transmission before being sent to the rear wheels through a limited-slip differential. Additional exterior features include headlight wipers, headlight wipers, twin exhaust tips, and 16 inch BBS “Style 5” wheels.
Opening the door reveals the Silver leather-trimmed interior with manually adjustable Recaro sports bucket seats that feature electric heating and tri-color M accents. Framed by the leather-wrapped four-spoke steering wheel are VDO gauges informing the driver with a 260 km/h speedometer, 8,000 rpm tachometer, and oil temperature gauges. Interior features include power windows, an onboard computer, remote-controlled power mirrors, and a BMW Bavaria C Business cassette stereo.
The car is reported to have been placed into storage in the early 1990s, where it remained until it was purchased in 2022 and imported to the United States in 2023. As a result, the car shows an incredibly low 1,177 kilometers or approximately 731 miles at the time of cataloging. It should be noted that, while this M3 is in excellent condition, the power function of the convertible top is inoperable, yet it continues to retain its manual operation allowing the driver/owner to enjoy top up or top down motoring as they wish. Offered in phenomenally original condition as a result of its remarkably low mileage, with original protective wax present on the undercarriage and suspension, this 1991 BMW M3 Convertible remains a veritable once-in-a-lifetime addition to any BMW enthusiasts' stable.

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