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This LHD 1987 BMW M3 coupe sold at auction in Japan on Saturday for over 5 million Yen, making it the most expensive BMW M3 import we have seen at auction in Japan to date.
It was a rare find with sunroof, leather seats, no repair history and a low 57,000 kms. Others recently have sold for over $50,000 landed, but this one would have been approx. $82,500 landed.
View more pictures and auction sheet for this 1987 BMW M3 coupe here.
It would have been eligible for import to Australia under the 1988 and Older Import Rule.
We can source for import other BMW M3’s to order, or any other eligible make or model so feel free to contact us to discuss the specific vehicle you are looking for and current pricing.
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We specialise in sourcing the best Japanese cars and we take time to inspect them properly. If you want a genuine km, clean and original vehicle, we can find it for you.
You need to be ready and waiting for the right car though, some are not easy to find these days.
When it does come up, you need an agent that puts in the extra effort to thoroughly inspect it for all the usual faults and issues and provides a full set of pictures on auction day so you can decide what it’s worth.
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