BMW E 30 M3 1991.psd
Whether you're looking for a classic BMW or you just want to experience the sportiest car of all time, this E30 M3 is a great choice. This model was a popular choice in Europe, where it was loved by the public. However, in the United States, it was only lukewarmly received. Fortunately, early American enthusiasts were just as passionate about the model as their European counterparts.
This particular model was produced between 1988 and 1991 and is one of the last BMW M3 models to be produced without exporting to the U.S., but it was still a rare and desirable vehicle. The car had no relation to the 3-series, and was a highly sought-after piece of machinery. Its engine was the most powerful ever in its class, with a 235-horsepower. The E30 M3 cabriolet was originally delivered to Germany, and built to European specifications, but it was serviced regularly and has a clean history.
The E30 is already wider than a stock 3 Series, but the LTO widebody kit has increased its width even more. The car also sports a gold stripe instead of a mint logo, which adds to the car's overall appearance. In addition to this, the huge double-plane wing and pointy front splitter are not part of the original M3 design, but they look perfectly fine in this car.