As I enter my fourth year of ownership of this beast, I find myself in a position where I want to sell it. The car is in wonderful shape and has always been cared for with an open checkbook (receipts in a binder dating all the way back to the first owner).
Only 85 k miles
In warm climates until my CT tenure (always properly stored and covered in winters/NEVER allowed out until all salt and sand are gone)
Full service history and records since 1991 (STACKS of receipts)
Clean CarFax (no wrecks)
Never raced or tracked
VIN number labels on all panels, trunk, engine, lid, hood and doors (never in an accident)
All original BMW glass with soft seals
Complete tool kit, spare, jack assembly
All BMW books (including oft-missing M3 book)
1990 BMW Brochure
Build sheet copy (original returned to its nesting place
Very tasteful, common, best upgrades
One great quality, windows-out repaint in original Diamond Black (Diamond Schwarz)
All seals great, including sunroof
Great patina to light gray (silber) interior ( not beaten up and never smoked in)
A/C, trip computer (and all its functions), sunroof, gauges, power mirrors, interior and dash lights, power windows all function as intended
The car has some wonderful, tasteful upgrades, including:
New Fully adjustable Konis and new bushings at all 4 corners
Tuner Motorsports/Jim Conforti Chip
Supersprint DTM exhaust (includes two center sections: dual catalysts and SuperSprint center)
Evo 2 front spoiler with splitter (not OEM)
Genuine BMW Motorsports carbon fiber rear spoiler with adjustable Gurney flap
Evo 2 airbox (stock and standard on 1990 models)
Genuine BMW BBS 17" staggered wheels with Dunlop Direzza tires (5- original BMW BBS basketweaves included-tires are ancient)
Genuine BMW Motorsports Sparco strut tower brace
Evo3 red exterior belt stripe
Alpine head unit with MP3/IPOd input jack in glove box (OEM BMW radio too)
Euro lense/parking light/angel eye headlights
Short, highly precise short shifter with leather boot and weighted knob
Gotta be forgetting some other "shtuff"
Runs like a clock, and can be driven anywhere.
All in all, a very attractive, never raced, never hit driver with tasteful upgrades; complete service history; and some great, mild performance improvements
As I am usually quite busy, I have consigned the car to the Classic Car Gallery. Pictures are here: http://classiccargallery.com/details.php?id=534&g=1
They have the car exclusively, and will take the time that I don't have to fully discuss it with you.
So please call Alan or Steve for details or to provide an offer (bid)...They really are honest gearheads with the same car "problem" that we all have.