There are a great classic and modern cars that can trace roots back to the E30 M3, with the ever-popular modern day BMW M1, M2, M3 and M4 being just a handful!
First arriving in 1985, the M3 became an instant hit. Although BMW made around 16,000 E30 M3s in various guises, there were just over 780 convertibles made in total. This particular example is not only one of the best on the market in terms of its very original condition, but also its extensive and documented history.
This car was formally owned by English Motorsport legend; BMW legend and general all round anything to do with the car business legend Mr Frank Sytner, when he moved to Monaco. Frank chose this car as he knew the Cote D'Azur well and decided this was the best car to take advantage of some of the most spectacular driving roads in Europe, whilst not looking out of place in Casino Square. Mr Sytner sold the car to a close friend and Monaco resident where the car then split its time between the principality and the Cotswolds in the UK , spending its winters in the warmer climate of Monaco.
This car comes with its original and complete service history, maintained by BMW main agents and notable marque specialist from new - invoices, UK MOTs, and other documentation. In addition to this, a personal note from Mr Sytner himself confirming the cars overall good condition when the car was purchased from his friend in 2015. The most recent service was carried out by a UK BMW main agent and we have full engine tests and read outs to confirm the exceptional engine condition of this car.
In addition, the car was inspected by a leading UK motor engineer with a full and detailed report provided. It retains all of its original keys, wallet, handbooks and key rings.
This will not be the cheapest M3 Cabrio on the market today and frankly we believe should be the most expensive – This is a blue chip investment grade vehicle and a true modern classic.