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    Can anyone give me a good source. Im looking for a red on in specific. It will be a driver car for me, so I am looking for a car that is in great condition but has some miles. I will entertain real low mileage collector grade cars if the price is right. But I am looking for one to drive and enjoy, so in the 30-60k miles range would be ideal. My budget is pretty much solid, just need to find a car and talk numbers.

    cant find a red one. Eag just had a perfect one, but I was 1 day too late. they had 2 red ones. 1 of them was 119 miles on it, the other red one was perfect with about 40k miles on it. It slipped from me. Looking for a red one.

    PLS HELP !!!

  • #2
    A Sport Evo (only 500 were made) from $30k-60k. Is this some kind of joke?


    • #3
      Originally posted by SlideM3 View Post
      A Sport Evo (only 500 were made) from $30k-60k. Is this some kind of joke?
      Mileage, not budget.
      1988 Lachs - sold
      1988 DS - sold
      Bay Area M3 FB group


      • #4
        Originally posted by Konig View Post

        Mileage, not budget.
        Sorry. Duh me.

        Op - I'm sure you will not have trouble finding a SE. There is one in the FS right now, but not in red.


        • Konig
          Konig commented
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          No worries, I read it the same way at first and started to have the same reaction...

      • #5

        Maybe this is the car you're looking for


        • #6
          Call Levent at Guten parts, he has about to be listed for sale and i believe one is red


          • #7
            Originally posted by SlideM3 View Post
            A Sport Evo (only 500 were made)
            600 Sport Evos were made

            90 Sterling 2.5L E30///M3 lifer
            97 Porsche Carrera S
            13 Audi S6
            SOLD 03 Audi RS6 daily
            GONE 88 E28///M5 project


            • #8
              Another one:



              • #9
                If I'm reading that right, it's $210k USD for a car with 147k miles?
                1984 E30 323i Euro (sold)
                1985 E30 325e (sold)
                1988 E30 Henna/Black 2.5L
                1988 E30 Macao Evo2 #330
                2014 F31 328i Sportswagon
                2017 F80 M3


                • #10
                  he has a better shot at hitting lotto!..... TWICE!


                  • #11
                    Really good price:



                    • #12
                      Just buy a standard M3 and put all the Evo parts on it. You'll have essentially the same car for 1/3 the price and you won't have to worry about putting miles on her. Definitely not the best idea if you're a collector, but if you want to drive it like you stole it guilt free, that's the best option.
                      Alles Beste!

                      B. Wheaton
                      1989 E30 M3, Owner since June 2000
                      2008 E61 535xiT - The DD and work horse


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