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BMW E30 M3 Convertible

E30 M3 Convertible
First registration
November 27, 1992
Alpine White II
Mileage (km)
History &specifications

New delivered to Berlin (female driver for the first 43.000 km)

Belonged to a French collector from 1997 to 2014

In Belgian ownership since 2014

Fully original

Very nice condition

Like the two-door sedan, the BMW M3 E30 Convertible is derived from motorsport, combining high performance and open-top decadence in away that had never been seen before. After all, the M3 E30 was the only DTM homologation model that was also available in a convertible version. 

This first BMW 3 Series M in convertible bodywork was made in three versions. In 1988 and 1989, BMW used the standard 2,3-liter S14 engine in either non-catalyst (200 hp; 136 units produced) or catalyst form (195 hp;174 units produced). A second batch of catalyst-equipped cars has been assembled in 476 units from March 1990 until June 1991. These were powered by the 215-hp version of the S14 engine.

Because of it slow production volume, the E30 M3 convertible was assembled by hand at BMW M's Garching facility.

This car is not for sale.

Technical specifications

Four-cylinder inline engine
2.302 cc
Bore x stroke
93,4 x 84,0 mm
Power output
160 kW/215 hp at 6.750 rpm
Five-speed manual
4.345 x 1.680 x 1.370 mm
Unladen weight
1.360 kg
Max. speed
239 km/h

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Ginion Classics has its roots within Ginion Group, the privately owned Belgian automotive company importing luxury and sports car brands and active in sales and after sales activities for various premium car and motorcycle brands. The company also has a department dedicated to leisure vehicles and is preparing for the future filled with autonomous vehicles and extensive car sharing.                   

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