Your daily weirdness: four-door E30 M3

Love it or leave it? The Hartge wheels complete the ‘I didn’t come like this from the factory’ look.

Actually, we think it came out much, much nicer than the wagon conversion, which has been done a couple of times and whose photos you may have seen floating around (here, for example). We’re going to buck the conventional enthusiast wisdom of loving wagons on this one and say the E30 M3 Touring look does not work at all on these cars (on the standard E30, yes; on the spoilered and box-flared M3, no). But the four-door we could probably get behind.

We also like it better than another oddball we’ve had on here before, the RS2 saloon, a car for which the wagon look does work quite nicely (as is wont to be the case with Audis).

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~ by DL on September 30, 2010.

3 Responses to “Your daily weirdness: four-door E30 M3”

  1. Call me crazy, but I like the touring version more than this 4-door saloon version… There’s just something a bit off with the saloon, I think.

  2. Euro Car Club of Aus represent!

  3. R-sport isn’t crazy at all, Touring is the win. I think that I like this overall, and maybe a lot, but it would take some time to get used to the overall length after being so familiar with the stout proportions of the coupe.

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