Looking for a new home with a 1995 BMW E36-generation M3 GT that apparently spent about £ 250,000 ($ 312,250) on it Ebay.
The M3 GT was the final version of the E36 3-Series and was limited to just 356 instances worldwide, all of which left the factory painted in British Racing Green. This example is one of the 50 right-hand drive models produced and is priced at £ 45,000 ($ 56,599).
BMW has developed the M3 GT to meet the equivalence requirements for the FIA GT and IMSA GT series. It has benefited from several changes compared to the standard car. For example, the 3.0-liter naturally ambitious inline-six was updated with a short adoption manifold of the 3.2-liter unit and a new camshaft was also installed.
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The car’s dealer says its engine was completely rebuilt in 2019 and it now pumps 305 hp. Prior to the engine’s operation, the car was fitted with a Quaife LSD in 2015 and the Vanos unit was replaced in 2014. It also has four-piston AP racing brakes and has compatible KW 2 dampers and springs.
The list goes on to say that the car had six previous owners, one of whom often drove it in Nবারrburg. In fact, even the late Sabine Schmidtz drove around the famous German circuit.
The M3 will come with lots of invoices and receipts, all of which will apparently add about £ 250,000. The car will be sold with a total BMW magazine featuring this special M3 GT. Although it covers roughly 200,000 miles (~ 321,000 km) from new, it looks like it has been well maintained over the years and will be a welcome addition to any performance car collection.