Lot 140 - 1987 BMW 325i Convertible
|Sold - £6,384
The BMW 3 series is a compact executive car manufactured since May 1975 and has been produced in six different generations and in five different body styles. It is BMW's best-selling model accounting for around 30% of the BMW brand's annual total sales and has won numerous awards throughout its history. The E30 was sold from 1982 through to 1991 in saloon form and through to 1993 in convertible format. Both four-cylinder and six-cylinder petrol engines were used, with a six-cylinder diesel added in 1985.
This BMW 325i convertible is in lovely original condition. Finished in Alpine white with a blue soft-top and grey chequer cloth interior, this BMW has clearly been a much loved and well looked after. Originally sold through the Japanese BMW dealer in 1987 this example was imported into the UK in 2015 for the now vendor who fancied some roof down summer motoring, however due to lack of use he now feels the car should pass to a more deserving home.
A very original rust-free example that has covered 140,000 kilometres (87,000 miles) and has a pile of bills and documentation to substantiate the miles and service history, albeit documented in Japanese. The vehicle also comes with its original handbook and wallet, both of course, also in Japanese. It comes supplied with a V5 registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until April 2018.
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