1987 BMW M3 Coupe
Status :
Transmission :
5 speed manual
Kms :
80,000 kms
Colour :
Price :
$86,000 AUD



79,000 kms

$12,400 AUD

1988 BMW M3 Coupe

5 speed manual

Blue colour change

152,000 kms

$46,800 AUD

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5 speed manual


90,000 kms

$68,900 AUD

1987 BMW M3 Coupe with Sunoof and Leather

5 speed manual


57,000 kms

$82,500 AUD

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5 speed manual


170,000 kms

$52,900 AUD

View Auction inspection pictures for this 1987 BMW M3. This classic (Feb built) 1987 BMW M3 E30 coupe with the popular Getrag Cross transmission, no repair history and only 79,724 kms was inspected for a client at HAA Kobe auction on 11 February 2017. In excellent condition for age, this M3 had clearly been loved, garaged and well maintained and was the best BMW M3 E30 coupe we have seen available in Japan to date. Engine was running perfectly, and mechanically fine. Fitted with black leather seats with seat heaters, and a factory sunroof in good operation. Service records from 1995 / 97 / 99 and right up to 2011 were included with this M3 coupe together with 7 pages of other service notes and records, spare key, wheel lock nut, books etc. Aftermarket strut bar fitted, engine covers painted etc. Otherwise standard condition. A “paint wave” was noted on both doors by the auction grading staff, however paint colour all around the car matched and there was no sign of past repainting. No overspray, no sign of panels having been removed, all panel gaps correct, all seams and welds were factory. One spot on the driver’s door looked like it had a paint touch up / repair which had then been polished. Few small scratches to paintwork and some small scratches on the underneath of the front lip spoiler. Underneath was original and unpainted with no sign of rust whatsoever. This E30 M3 coupe sold for 6.305 million Yen FOB, the landed price in Australia at the time would have been approx. $86,000 (calculated at 86.7 Yen to the dollar including an allowance for Luxury Car Tax, but not including on road costs or approx. $1,000 to $1,200 allowance for compliance items prior to registration). It was eligible for import to Australia under the existing 1988 and older rule. Prices for classic cars have been rising rapidly for some years due to demand from enthusiasts. Prices vary over time depending on supply, demand, exchange rates and other factors. Please note that this vehicle is an EXAMPLE only and is not available for sale. It is intended to provide a good indication of import prices at the date listed. We can source for import another similar 1987 BMW M3 Coupe to order, however it does take time and patience with classic cars and a flexible budget. To see what's available and research prices you can browse past and upcoming Japanese auction vehicles of any model and add yourself to our free email auction alerts trial. View BMW M3 E30 Wiki for more information about the BMW M3.