The E30 generation BMW was built from 1982 through 1994 and sold extremely well. It was the go-to choice for cheap drivers for years, but they are starting to age and nice versions are demanding a premium. Today’s next example is expensive, but not prohibitively so, but it does have a nice S52 engine from an M3 under the hood. It should be fun. Find this 1985 BMW 325 Sedan offered for $11,000 in San Ramon, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1985 bmw 325e
cylinders: 6 cylinders
title status: clean
Price OBO need this gone asap! It’s a project but you can bang it off redline the whole way home and it’s a great starting point with a lot of the hard work already done for you.
S52 swapped 325e e30 clean title
Motor and trans out of a 98 m3 with ~145k
$15k put into swap alone. Runs wonderfully, pretty damn quick car.
Fully built suspension, e36 steering rack, turner shorty headers to vibrant/magnaflow mufflers, m50 manifold, sports seats, renown wheel, chassis mounted shifter, 15×8 +25 trmotorsport wheels 225/50/15 tires, updated stereo w/ sub. That’s all just scratching the surface there’s so much done to this car.
By no means a show car has typical e30 issues. Both passenger side window regulators need replacement. Cracked dash. No heat/ac (blower motor still works). Rev tach and odo not functioning. Cracked windshield. Driver seat recline broken. Reverse lights need to be wired up.
Will be smogged at asking price!!!
More pics: www.instagram.com/bronzit.beaute30
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