A classic M3 convertible, a few of the cars that were built for the British car maker, are up for sale on eBay, the latest example of which is a rare M3 E36 BMW M3.
The car was built in Britain in the late 1970s and is a converted M3 M Coupe with a 4-litre, V8-powered V8 engine and M3 badge on the back, according to the seller.
It was powered by an M3 engine, but the seller says it only has one cylinder.
It was powered in the UK from 1977 to 1987.
The E36 was introduced in 1979 and it went on to become the best selling car in the world.
The BMW M2 is a British variant of the car, which went on sale in the mid 1980s and has a 1.8-litres V8 and 1.3-liters V6 engine.
The seller describes the car as having a “classic M3 look” with “a nice clean finish”.
The E37 was launched in 1983, the BMW M1 was introduced a few years later and was the successor to the M1.
It has a V6-powered engine and was powered on petrol, diesel and petrol hybrid power from 1985 until 1993.
The BMW M4 is the only M3 in the current generation of cars.
It is a mid-engined version of the E36, and has been offered with a 5.7-literal turbocharged engine and is currently offered with diesel or petrol.
The M3 was sold as a convertible, with a few cars, from 1981 to 1984, but it was discontinued in 1990.
The original M3s were made from 1970 to 1973 and are available as coupe, convertible, sedan and wagon.
The M3 coupe is now offered with four-wheel drive, the M2 convertible is available with four wheels and the M4 wagon has a 6.2-litert, V6 M3 petrol engine.