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pros: how do you obtain a european spec e36 m3 in north america? ask canada for some help. back in 1994 a handful of enthusiastic employees of bmw canada came up with a killer idea, import 45 european spec e36 m3s to the accepting canadian market, charge a boat load of money ($60k) and create one of the rarest bmws in existence. can ‘t go wrong. each of the 45 has a numbered plaque and commemorative leather owner ‘s manual cover. owner ‘s could build them with any option or color available to the m3 in any market for the price from the factory. there were 45 individually specced cars making each rare in its own right. these cars featured the higher output euro engine, and all the other eu exclusive features the latter (1997) north american spec cars lost out on. more than a few have come south of the border and have gone up for sale. being an advertised limited run would normally indicate that a portion of the sold cars would instantly become garage queens; this is less prevalent thanks to the sales being in canada where people rather drive their cars than stare at them under a dust cover. what that means is a low mileage car is truly limited and with a run of 45 every car is limited.
cons: these cars were sold in canada meaning designed to meet canadian rules. most states will allow them in under certain conditions but california seems to have issues with it. they are hard to find, 45 cars floating out in the vast north american landscape is like finding a needle in a hay stack. parts will need to come from europe which can get pricey and limited nature of the car.some of the cars have high mileage and have been tracked extensively and openly. the e36 while the most livable m3 outside the current generation it is not the most sought after and thus garners less interest from would be collectors.
1994 bmw e36 m3 edition no. 25/45 individual giallo yellow
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