Are you sick of reading articles praising the E30 M3 as the "last real BMW", "the last pure driving machine from an automotive golden age"? Do you cringe every time you look at those price trend graphs resembling Mount Everest because you regret not having bought that pristine E30 M3 for sale in your neck of the woods…
Thanks Arch Duke Maxyenko!
I just can't decide if I should go with large or X-Large. If you want one they're available from Maxyenko's society6 shop here.
First of all my apologies for misusing OPPO as a classifieds section type of thing. I just thought that some fellow Opponauts might be interested in the models I'm parting with, plus holiday season is approaching etc. (Also, could someone please share this to the diecast blog or make me an author there?)
They were printed on a Makerbot Replicator 3D printer using PLA filament. The color is OPPO Orange. (I don't know why it looks so yellow in the pictures.) I only have 5 available.
Here is the VIN: YS3AL35LXL5004363
If the alphanumeric "E21" doesn't ring a bell, I don't blame you. The E21 is the unloved and forgotten middle child of early BMW sports sedans. Sandwiched between the iconic 2002 and the legendary E30 the first 3 series is mysteriously absent from the enthusiast scene.
Repost for the morning crowd:
I am going to turn 15 this summer and would like to get a summer job or do an internship at a car-related business such as a repair shop or dealership. I am not averted to office work either. So please fellow Opponauts, if you happen to work in the auto industry or know someone who does, shoot me an email at …
In the last few years, E30 M3 prices have been skyrocketing. Now even run down high mileage examples are regularly fetching more than 15 to 20k with pristine low mileage examples sometimes bringing in more than 60 grand. If the prices keep on rising at this rate, the E30 M3 will have disappeared into the realm of…
I tried looking on the "About" page, but the "email" link doesn't seem to be working.
("Cars that don't get enough Love" is a series similar to "Cars that time forgot", except that instead of obscure cars like the Talbot-Matra Murena I will be writing about cars like the Audi Coupe GT, which aren't forgotten, but underappreciated or ignored by the majority of car enthusiasts.)
Thanks Secret Senna!
How do you publish a post? Where is the "publish" button? Right now I can only post from my phone :(. Please don't laugh at me if I missed something really obvious.
Passenger Seat Reviews is a semi-regular feature I will be doing. As I am unfortunately not yet old enough to get my driver's license I will be reviewing different cars from a passenger perspective.