The 323i is a new car
After 37 years, the analog speedometer shows an unbelievable 260 kilometers and no, this is not a fully restored vehicle. The E30 is practically a new car, the 260 kilometers come from a transfer. What sounds too good to be true at first seems to be true, because the 323i actually looks like a new car in the pictures. The paintwork is in perfect condition, the original factory Recaro sports seats look like they have never been sat on and the chrome parts are as shiny as when they were delivered in 1985.
First gear bottom left
E30 is rarely available at a low price
Prices of 30,000 euros for an original 325i in good condition with a decent history are no longer uncommon. 323i are even rarer, but usually a little cheaper. With a bit of luck, good specimens are available for less than 20,000 euros.
The 323i clearly costs six figures
An important piece of information is also not very clear: Was the E30 ever approved? If not, it should now be difficult to officially register the coupé. On the other hand, this one-off 323i will most likely end up in a collector’s garage anyway.