1988 BMW M3
Specialty Car Collection is extremely proud to present this immaculate 1988 BMW M3 coupe. We have been searching for a car this pristine and stunning for quite some time and we finally have it available for one lucky new owner. The M3 is available to enthusiasts because of the rules that govern FIA Group A racing. To qualify a car for Group A competition, its manufacturer must build a minimum of 5000 examples of it within twelve months. The rules also strictly limit the modifications that can be made for racing, so most of the performance hardware must be baked into the road-going cars. BMW Motorsport clearly knows the recipe for success in Group A road racing: after the fourth of seven European Touring Car Championship events this year, the M3 had already clinched the title. The M3's racing heritage is immediately apparent in its steroid-injected bodywork. With its aggressive assortment of air dams, body flares, and spoilers, the M3 will quicken the pulse of any boy (or girl) racer lucky enough to catch a glimpse of one. Most of the new pieces are made of steel, though the rocker panels, the trunk lid, the front air dam, and the rear wing are molded in plastic. The rake of the rear window has been altered for improved aerodynamics, and both it and the windshield are bonded flush with the surrounding bodywork. The net result of all these aero tweaks is a drag coefficient of 0.33, down substantially from the 325i's 0.37 Cd. Perhaps more important, no one will ever mistake the burly M3 for an ordinary 3-series. Please contact us to schedule a viewing of this fine automobile. We also ship nationwide for your convenience and this vehicle is CarFax Certified.