BMW first released their new model, the M3, in February of 1992. This vehicle hit the shelves that same year and was able to gain much attention out of the gate with its powerful straight-six engine. The E36 was using a chassis that made the M3 known as one of the best handing cars available by Car & Driver. This vehicle, being touted as one of the best handling and most balanced models out, went on to become a very popular vehicle for circuit and track racers alike. This vehicle was one of the first cars that BMW designed primarily with a computer and the use of Finite Element Analysis along with other software which was ahead of its time. The later models that came to the market became even more prominent in the car culture as it received subframe re-enforcements and a more aggressive front end suspension and added lower control arm bushings.
Just in time for summer fun, GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this sporty 1999 BMW M3 Convertible for all to consider. The car is powered by its 3.2 liter inline 6 Cylinder engine, its highly desirable 5 speed manual transmission and rear wheel driver. At just under 54000 miles, the car comes highly optioned including, power windows, power steering, power brakes, 17 inch M sport wheels, Bucket seats, short shifter with M knob, M sport bucket seats, factory stereo with cassette and cd changer, power top, 4 place seating, etc. Mechanically, this M3 is a blast to drive as it sings through the gears and dances through the twisties as it delivers its topless performance. This car comes complete with all books and supplements, BMW performance Cassette tape= and full roadside tool kit. The CARFAX indicates 3 owners, timely service, accurate miles and zero accidents or incidents.
E36 BMW's are sought after performance vehicles that receive global attention. 1999 was the only M3 convertible option for E36 body style. This car is a future classic and is a value at the price offered here.