Internet automotive experts say that BMW car The E30 is too valuable to ever end up in today’s cheap self-service dump, but I keep seeing them often. Surely, it will be much easier for you to find E36 and Version E46 among your local BMW 3 Series Ewe Pulletand even the E90s are showing in numbers these days, but I still see a lot of 1984-1991 E30s in my trip to the scrap yard. This is an agile four-explosion E30, discovered in a Silicon Valley yard last summer.
The BMW M10 four-cylinder engine dates back to the early 1960s. The 2002s featured the M10, as well as the first 3-Series: 320i. This is a 1.8-liter engine with 101 horsepower; slightly less than the 121 horses in 325e of the same year, but it also makes the car 150 pounds lighter.
A surprisingly large percentage of E30s in the US market with automatic transmissionbut this one has a basic five-speed manual.
The 1985 318i four-door sedan had a list price of $16,925, with the two-door priced at $16,430 (about $44,725 and $43,420 in 2022, respectively). Switching to a four-door six-cylinder 325e that year meant spending at least $21,105 (about $55,775 today). If you head to your local Toyota seller In 1985, you could have bought a brand new car AE86 Corolla GT-WORLD for $9,298, that’s 112 horsepower in a car that weighs more than the 131-pound 318i. If only we had a time machine, huh?
Even in the land of AE86, you can buy a new 318i.
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