Four-door E36 M3

This post remains popular, so we thought it deserved a follow-up. From the Recaros (and unless our eyes deceive, we appreciate that they appear to flow with the stock two-tone interior, intentionally or not), to the race studs/nuts conversion, to the exposed axle bolt look of the BBS RCs, this car is unfussy and businesslike, and that’s just the way we like it.

If we were to rock the four-door E36 M3 (and would we ever), we expect it would look somewhat similar to the example seen here.

Images:, via German Cars For Sale Blog (on sale now)

~ by velofinds on May 20, 2010.

3 Responses to “Four-door E36 M3”

  1. Had the chance to buy one a few years ago in blue – I didn’t and, of course, regretted it!

  2. It’s on my “next car to buy” list. They are surprisingly well priced, if you can find one that hasn’t been hammered on.

  3. Yes, the sedan E36 M3s are now quite affordable. It is, as others have suggested, quite difficult to find one that hasn’t either been heavily modified/abused, or neglected. The materials used in the E36 interiors don’t hold up to time very well, but hey, they are a hoot to drive, the drivetrains are pretty bulletproof, and they are very easy to work on.

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