I am the original owner of 1 1988 BMW M3. After driving it for 30 years I am ready to let someone else have the pleasure of driving an amazing car.
I have taken good care of it, but I have put 84,000 miles on it, so it is not perfect. The paint is all original, with the exception of the rear wing where the clear coat peeled, I assume from water sitting in it at time. Also a small scrape on the right from bumper from a curb. The engine is in fine shape with very good compression. I had to have the bolster of the drivers seat recovered because of wear. There is some tape on the bumper that has deteriorated for some reason. The hood has some chips which have been repaired. There are a couple of sap marks on the roof. It was undercoated so the bottom has very little rust, mostly at corners of transmission and rear-end. I could use a new antenna which is missing a boot. The wheels have been scraped on the curb over time. The numbers on the trip computer are worn as two detailers over the years decided to use an electric buffer on it.
The exhaust system is not original, as it was not available at the time. I put in a Stebro. Also the disks are not OEM. They were replaced 3 times in 15,000 miles because they kept warping - first try with no asbestos.
There was a small chip in the windshield which has been drilled and repaired.
The Alpine radio is non functional, as electronic buttons don’t function.
I believe it is a very good Condition two. How can I get this confirmed? Are there people that can look at it to give an evaluation/appraisal?
Thank you for your consideration.