In Reply to: E30 M3 convertible posted by Graham Kean on April 17, 2002 at 08:26:04:
Did they make them in 1992? I thought 1991 was the last model year.
I find the E30 non-M3 convertible chassis flex VERY disappointing in comparison to my 325 iS 88. I own both. Try a test drive before you commit. I suppose the Lancia is pretty stiff.
Servicing on the M3 is pretty high when compared to the E30 non-M, but not that bad if you do your own work. When you have to replace non-service parts, prices climb. Struts, fenders, wheels, etc.
Looking for any advice on buying/running an E30 M3 covertible as I really doo noy know much about them other than I want to buy one once my Lancia Integrale (EVO1) is sold.
It's got to be cheaper than running the Lancia!
All I know is that I want to buy a 1992/1993 car.
I'd be really interested if somebody could give me a rough idea cost wise for servicing.