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  • 1987 E30 M3 Low mileage Japan car based in belgium

    M3 - $69000 EUR
    Mechelen, Belgium

    Unmolested, unrestored, rust and accident free M3 E30
    1987
    Private Japan import
    120800 KM /75600 Miles with full Japanese history
    New spark plugs ,oil throttle valve adjustment 2017
    new battery, crankshaft-sensor 2018
    Dogleg shifter
    WBSAKO50X01XXXXXX
    owned 2 years, added 3000 km

    fully original except:
    momo steering wheel ,
    radio ,
    TUV numbered front strut brace
    smiley headlamps (had to swap during import)
    Red evo spark plugs

    Interior
    elec sunroof & windows
    airco
    Houndstooth cloth interior with manual Recaro sport seats
    clean dash
    computer

    Booklets and manual (Japanese)
    Belgium Carpass
    toolkit

    outside
    straight as an arrow
    3 small paint chips on the hood

    Extra included in price
    4 new Tires
    1 extra unmarked BBS spare wheel
    2 leather Recaro Black front sport seats

    Private seller making room for new project
    can & will assist to ship WW (about 1500 USD container to USA)
    PPI Welcome
    great driver quality
    not concours but very good to great quality
    note 2+


  • #2
    why not list the full vin? Is this a North American spec car? Many Japanese cars were. Suggest you create a flickr or google link with many photo's, this will make life easier. GLWS
    Who knows where I'll be, changes from day to Continent.

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    • #3
      Neat car,,, cloth manual seats and a CR gearbox, thats not a US spec car. Did the car come stock like that?
      If so,,,this is a cool one.
      jimmy p.
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      • #4
        Good questions and suggestions, please find the drop box link
        https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9e96ns42r...XQCmDAT3a?dl=0 hereby the dropbox link
        @mtechnic
        Japanese car im 99% sure, why?
        I bought it in Japan :-)
        all manuals + stickers in Japanese + windows stamped in Japanese
        dogleg (you don't find many doglegs in usa)
        BMW Japan plate inside driver front sill stating "authorised BMW Japan Model 1891036"

        VIN IS WBOSAKO50X011891036 ( I did not add it as some folks in Europe are not eager to put vin of the cars on the WWW)

        @ jimmy
        thanks - I bought the car like that, it had 2 leather Recaro sport seats in it that I swapped with correct houndstooth version
        the doorpanels and rear seats were all houndstooth, so I'm 99% sure houndstooth was the original set up
        for sure I did not put in the CR gearbox ;-)

        any question please ask, I'm a private German classic car enthusiast, from Belgium, making room in his garage
        into classics since 1992 when I bought my first Karmann Ghia convertible out of LA, I stick to German cars only

        can what's app, video, shoot anything you want

        I'm again 99% convinced that this is a true 75000 miles original M3, the Japanese history follows this mileage correctly.
        having owned the car for only 2 years I don't know what happened before my ownership and won't tell any (1 owned lady driver non rain trips) stories about it.
        But the 3 cars I bought so far in Japan were all true mileage cars to me

        locally endorsed in belgium by 3 local BMW guru's,
        of which 2 body shop guys from the racing department of JUma/RBM racing in Belgium (5 x winner of Spa 24 hours), who were prepping Blomqvist son M4 while I was over https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racing_Bart_Mampaey, saw the car, not PPI-ed, and confirmed it's originality

        certificate of BMW Germany on it's way and included

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        • #5
          Originally posted by kaotik View Post
          Good questions and suggestions, please find the drop box link
          https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9e96ns42r...XQCmDAT3a?dl=0 hereby the dropbox link
          @mtechnic
          Japanese car im 99% sure, why?
          I bought it in Japan :-)
          all manuals + stickers in Japanese + windows stamped in Japanese
          dogleg (you don't find many doglegs in usa)
          BMW Japan plate inside driver front sill stating "authorised BMW Japan Model 1891036"

          VIN IS WBOSAKO50X011891036 ( I did not add it as some folks in Europe are not eager to put vin of the cars on the WWW)

          @ jimmy
          thanks - I bought the car like that, it had 2 leather Recaro sport seats in it that I swapped with correct houndstooth version
          the doorpanels and rear seats were all houndstooth, so I'm 99% sure houndstooth was the original set up
          for sure I did not put in the CR gearbox ;-)

          any question please ask, I'm a private German classic car enthusiast, from Belgium, making room in his garage
          into classics since 1992 when I bought my first Karmann Ghia convertible out of LA, I stick to German cars only

          can what's app, video, shoot anything you want

          I'm again 99% convinced that this is a true 75000 miles original M3, the Japanese history follows this mileage correctly.
          having owned the car for only 2 years I don't know what happened before my ownership and won't tell any (1 owned lady driver non rain trips) stories about it.
          But the 3 cars I bought so far in Japan were all true mileage cars to me

          locally endorsed in belgium by 3 local BMW guru's,
          of which 2 body shop guys from the racing department of JUma/RBM racing in Belgium (5 x winner of Spa 24 hours), who were prepping Blomqvist son M4 while I was over https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racing_Bart_Mampaey, saw the car, not PPI-ed, and confirmed it's originality

          certificate of BMW Germany on it's way and included
          Engine # 60454020

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          • #6
            Emergency Wheel Notrad
            Sliding/vent Roof, Electric Schiebe-hebedach, Elektrisch
            Window Lifts, Electric At Front Fensterheber, Elektrisch Vorn
            Air Conditioning Klimaanlage
            Bordcomputer Ii Mit Fernbedienung
            Sa Suitcase Holder Lh Rh Sa Kofferhalter Li/re
            Radio Preparation Radiovorbereitung
            Cassette Holder Cassettenhalterung
            Ltrl Turn Signal Light Frt Seitliche Blinkleuchten Vorn
            Business Package Ii Value Package
            bimmerwork option list
            0211 confirms antracit cloth interior
            1986-12-03

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            • #7

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              • #8
                Any paint work? Seems like the back M3 emblem is way off mark.. I know the non us specs had no vin #, so no way to check panels unless a good visual check. Also, any under carriage pics? Thanks.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by M-technik-3 View Post
                  Is this a North American spec car?
                  You can check it easily from VIN

                  AK05 = Euro spec car with kat.
                  AK01 = Euro spec without kat
                  AK03 = US spec
                  AK07 = Sport Evolution
                  BB01 = Euro cabrio without kat.
                  BB05 = Euro cabrio with kat.

                  M3 Sport Evolution 1990
                  M3 Late Model 1990

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by HTM3 View Post
                    Any paint work? Seems like the back M3 emblem is way off mark.. I know the non us specs had no vin #, so no way to check panels unless a good visual check. Also, any under carriage pics? Thanks.
                    hi,

                    yes probably repainted partially in original alpine weiss over the last 32 years, the rear emblem is faded as was the front emblemthat I replaced my self.
                    I was told, but am not sure, that in Japan a respray of front spoiler (and more?) is included in Japanese insurance policy, hence lot's of japanese oldimers once had a front spoiler or hood repainted.

                    We all agree now this is a WBSAKO5, euro spec with kat - I do have the vin confirming this, it does have a KAT

                    will shoot undercarriage pics later, don't have a 'bridge' at home

                    good day

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                    • #11
                      Price is up there!

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