I don't think their will be a 90's collector car. The E36 M3 was made in to many numbers to be a collector car. However, one of the rarest M3's is the Canadian Euro-Spec M3 from 1994. They were OBD1 M3's producing 386 HP. Only 45 were ever imported, with only 43 actually making it to dealers. One was wrecked in transit, the other in a test drive. They retailed for $59,000 new apperantly. Some of the original owners want unrealistic amounts of money for them. I saw one for $40,000 but that's way overpriced. Finding one that hasn't been butchered will be tough. Hard to find someone that would baby the car knowing its rarity.
Their is only one other M3 that was made in even less numbers. The E36 M3R. Only 15 were ever made and they were sent to Australia for their racing series. Only 11 were offered to the public but you needed a CAMS license (racing license) to be allowed to purchase one.
Their was the M3GT Prototype which was use for testing components but where it is I have no idea. Their was only 1 made.
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