The E30 generation BWM 3-series is starting to turn the page from depreciated junk to expensive collectable. The M3 version made that leap a few years ago, but prices for the basic 4-cylinder 318 and 6-cylinder 325 haven’t been that bad…but I do expect that to change as the rusty examples get crushed and the nice examples get restored. This next E30 is a low end 4-cylinder model, but it is a two door, manual gearbox, and is sold by the original owner. Find this 1991 BMW 318is offered for $6,200 in Concord, CA via craigslist.
This next car comes as a tip from Jeff who writes: Here’s an interesting one. Price seems a little high to me, but I’m no expert of this era BMW and the history is unique. I do agree that the pricing is optimistic, but the execution is nothing short of flawless — you get a mildly […]
The E30 generation BMW was available in a few different sporty trim options — first was the hot rod M3, a screaming 4-cylinder powered canyon carver; Next was the 325is, an inline-6 powered sport-luxo car that offered more torque and more refinement; Finally there was the 318is which offered light weight and 4-cylinder power, similar […]
Check out this 1991 BMW 318is with S52 Swap bidding here on eBay for $5,900 reserve-not-met with $10,500 buy-it-now with auction ending Friday at 3:40PM PST. From eBay listing: Item specifics Condition: Used Seller Notes: “Car is in overall very good shape. Drivetrain is in great shape with no leaks or ticks. Overall, body is […]
The E30 generation BMW 3-series is currently in a holding pattern between depreciated junk nobody wants and appreciating classic. This is good and bad news for E30 lovers, because it means you can pick up your choice of car for cheap, but many are being sent to the crusher and neglected under blue tarps. It […]