am moving overseas in two months, so it's got to go...
As you probably already know, the 1995 M3 is unique in the line as it was the only year the car ever came with the 3.0L S50 OBD1 motor, all other subsequent E36 M3 models had the less desirable S52 with the introduction of OBD2 in 96. The 95's are also unique as they were the last year you could get M3 without traction control, and it had square tire setup instead of the staggered wheels and tires of the later models. This one is completely rust free example that sources from the west coast back in 2014 after months of fruitless searching here on the east coast. The car has never seen New England winter, as it is put into storage from October through May to avoid the salt.
The interior is in great shape, particular for car that's 22 years old. The driver's seat has the usual wear on the bolsters from getting in and out, but nothing excessive. The passenger seat and rear seats are nearly flawless. There are no tears or rips anywhere and the dash has no cracks. The headline does droop (typical) but is nothing worth fixing.
Mechanically the car is solid driver. In the summers use it for daily transportation and the occasional road trip, and have never had an issue. The cooling system was upgraded by the previous owner, who installed an all-metal water pump and Behr radiator. The car is stock with the exception of K&N cold air intake that previous owner installed at some point, and 10mm H&R wheel spacers all around. Over the past two years have replaced the clutch master cylinder, motor and transmission mounts, valve cover gasket, air filter and intake boot, various hoses and clamps on the cooling system, last month had new windshield installed and it has fresh VT inspection sticker. The car still has complete tool kit and full size spare, will also include BMW E36 Bentley Service Manual and car cover in the sale.
It is 22 year old car, so it's obviously not perfect. Most of the bad has to do with the exterior. The clear coat on the roof is starting to peel, tried to show it in photo, but it's not the easiest to illustrate on white car... The bumper is little beat up. At some point it was obviously run into curb and has some cracks, but it's nothing worth fixing in my opinion. The mesh is currently missing, but have replacement I'm going to install.
Please contact me with any questions you have. I can provide more detailed photo upon request for serious inquiries. I will eventually get around to taking quality pictures of the car at some point soon...
I am looking to get $9,900 out of it, I'm open to reasonable offers. You'll be hard pressed to find comparably clean, accident free OBD1 E36 M3 anywhere on the east coast.
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