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Old 08-02-2005, 01:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey all, i was looking at how much e30 are nowadays and i found out that 89 e30 will cost me just as much as 95-97 m3. WHY?!
i absolutely love the body style of the 89 e30 and i think it's the sexiest one of all time, but why is it so expensive?!






EDIT: wrong post! sorry, can the admin move it to the M section?

btw, i still like any e30's styling
just love the double headlights
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if you are talking about the e30 m3. you are correct. they are very expensive. and the e30 m3 will soon be a collector car. the e30 M3 is one of the only BMW that was all hand built for the public. i am not sure, but i think they cost around 33,000 brand new back in the 80's. good luck with your search
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