And for around the same price or less, you could have this 1993 325i Convertible.
My father has a E30 325is convertible, and while it is a good car, it has been fairly expensive to own.
For 4,750, it's also worth a trip to New Jersey.I have searched many keywords like: BMW, E30, 325i and.Now I find myself scouring used car listings searching for ones with some life left in them.OK, it's a Massachusetts car which means it could be rusty, it could do with some TLC inside and out and the Check Engine light is on not great.I'm looking for something a little more unique.Silverline dice iPod adapter, EAS Aurora 60 LED Angel Eyes, "-CDV "free easy" camber mod (-1.7 degrees Koni S/A shocks, Rogue Engineering RSMs and transmission mounts, Bimmerworld silicone intake boot, spacesaver spare from LeatherZ, updated OEM rtabs '11 Jaguar XFR).The owner says there are 4 spots of surface rust, and the BBS alloys should really be on this car.And are E30s worth stockpiling yet?These aren't stereotypes, just things I see from time to time.I have been surfing craigslist for the past week and there was an awesome black Convertible in Highland, NY but it just got sold for 2200.It has the period BBS wheels, a plastic rear window that isn't yellowed or cracked (Woohoo!) the all-important five-speed manual/straight-six combination.
If I had the garage and the funds, I'd start stocking up on restorable E30s.
Would prefer one that does not have rust spots.
Quot;, originally posted by vwgilly raquo; idm full version with crack for mac Any E30 Conv under 5K is a gamble.
Made between 19, this vintage of 3 isn't exactly a rare sight on the roads here, but finding a good one is starting to become a real quest.
I am currently looking for a running E30 in the form of Convertible or Coupe.
I really appreciate any effort put towards this in advance!
I'm ignoring early 318s and the 325e with the low-revving engine, instead trying to find some later cars with more power and cleaner looks.I see more nice 2002s than 80s 325i coupes.Part of the rarity might come down to just who exactly is driving an E30 today.Those should be fairly cheap, with less miles, newer, and possibly less issues.Only the front seats interchange, the door cards are different and the rear bench for a cab is moulded for only 2 seats in a similar way to the e30 m3 rear bench.The top was fairly expensive to replace and my father also had to have the suspension redone. The cabs are narrower on the back due to shell strengthening here, rear door cards also totally different with the rear speakers fitted here instead of the rear shelf on a 2dr and lastly the front door cards are very similar to the 2dr but.The E30 is no exception.There are a few on Ebay right now that *seem* like they're in pretty good shape.I would prefer to find a convertible over anything else.