This extremely rare M3, one of only six right-hand drive UK models, was just one of the four M3s sold at the auction and sold for £48,400. At that money & 105k miles - you can still drive it opposed to store it!
Good to see some healthy activity at the more modest end of the classic car market. It would even make sense to do some gentle track work and actually enjoy it for it's real purpose - still going to be cheaper than tracking a new GT3 RS - albeit less frenetic.
The September Sale results
On Saturday we were back at the WEC for our third sale of the year where hundreds of bidders joined us for another fantastic sale.
With more than 500 registered bidders in the auction room, as well as on the phones and online, the great variety and value of the cars on offer resulted in 70% of lots sold for a total of £1.4million.
This extremely rare M3, one of only six right-hand drive UK models, was just one of the four M3s sold at the auction and sold for £48,400.
Misano Red (E30) M3 EVO II is number 276 of 500 produced, and one of only 50 officially imported to the United Kingdom. Its rarity is considerably increased by being one of only 6 converted to right-hand drive by Birds of Iver. The current custodian is reluctantly parting with his pride and joy after 16 years, during which time he has lavished much time and money to keep it just so. The car has been hibernating in a Carcoon for the last 8 years, however, is now the proud possessor of a new MOT
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