Rare 1988 E30 Hennarot Red/Pearl Beige M3 in Mint Condition. This has been a California Car the whole time; always being garage kept. Car was never driven in any rainy or poor weather. All matching VIN numbers on all body panels; car has never been crashed. This car is all stock with the exception of a Dinan Cam Gear and a Racing Dynamics Front Strut Bar. Brake Rotors have been upgraded to cross drilled rotors and Goodridge custom made stainless brake lines. I have all stock parts, cam gear, rotors, brake lines, factory radio, ampliflier, and speakers. Two sets of Floormats included; one OEM BMW and the other ones are Hexomat to not get the carpeted ones dirty. I am the second registered owner; however I was with the original owner (friend) when purchased from Emeryville, CA BMW. I have every single service record and know the whole history of the car. Included with this collector car is Original Birth Certificate from Germany, Both original Sales Brochures, Accessories Book, Paint Color Chart, BMW M Series Book, All original manuals, BMW large scale model, Minichamps Model, Hot Wheels Car. New Yokohama S Drive Tyres were just put on car with zero miles on them as well as a new fresh AGM battery. Also included is a custom built Fire Extinguisher Bracket that uses existing seat hardware (extinguisher not included) and an OEM Sun Visor. This car has been meticulously maintained. It would take many hours and a whole lot of effort to acquire all the collectable items included with this collectable car in one place.
More than 12,000 people turn out for show that drives ‘the next generation of car lovers’
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The Bureau of Land Management, Utah’s Tooele County and the Utah Health Department all have signed off on the necessary permits, and the Southern California Timing Association has announced plans to stage Bonneville Speed Week 2020 on August 8-14, with the Bonneville World Finals set for September 29-October 2. “We had one major choice in […]
Road America, set in the undulating hills of South East Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine, is a beautiful place to see a race – and always was! The track will be welcoming the “rites of summer” with its traditional SCCA June Sprints in a fortnight. To celebrate, we have a piece of genuine history for you. There […]
(Editor’s note: June 6 has been designated as National Drive-In Movie Day. According to the NationalDayCalendar.com, Richard Hollingshead Jr. established the first drive-in movie theater in Camden, New Jersey, on June 6, 1933. His facility had a 40 x 50-foot screen and room for 400 cars. By the late 1950s there were around 4,000 drive-in […]
The Pick of the Day, a 1992 Porsche 968, is a low-mileage example of one of my favorite Porsches of all time. Advertised by an Oakwood, Georgia, dealer on ClassicCars.com, it also is a bargain as the prices for these relatively rare cars are going up. The color is the classic Porsche Guards Red on […]
“Dad,” said Abby, my 14-year-old and youngest daughter. “If you go to jail tonight, where am I going to go?” Ah, from the mouth of babes… Although I knew she’d have been OK, my co-worker John Clor and his wife, Jenny, would have taken Abby for the night, my daughter’s words were enough to convince […]
Our series on car companies with unusual names continues as we keep working our way through The Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile, today we start on Volume III: Panache — “The Panache can rightly be said to have had absolutely none of the eponymous quality,” the Encyclopedia notes. It explains that Panache Cars of Blackburn, […]
Tanner Foust knows donuts, and in celebration of National Donut Today (June 5), the Volkswagen driver is demonstrating his skills not only on the tarmac but in the kitchen. “Tanner Foust knows how to cook up a proper donut – at least of the automotive kind,” says Volkswagen of America. “The Volkswagen R brand ambassador […]