Lot 256 - 1991 BMW 325i SE
|Odometer reading||71,905 miles|
|Result||Sold - £2,490|
Designed in 1978 by Claus Luthe, (responsible for the timeless NSU Ro80) the BMW E30 has become a design icon. First introduced in 1982, the 3-Series had a large variety of inline four and six cylinder engine options. The 325i was the most desirable of the mainstream production six cylinder engine options and the profile of this example is now enjoying a renaissance as a very investable, modern classic.
With one lady owner recorded from 1991 to 1996 and then acquired by the vendor in 2002, it has been kept as a second car. In 2010, it was the subject of an accident with damage restricted largely to the front passenger door. The car was deemed a write-off and purchased by the owner. With a repair bill of £1,762, the damage was not excessive and the car correctly repaired. Presented in good order throughout and supplied with an MoT test certificate valid until July 2018, this automatic example offers very affordable classic car ownership.
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