BMW 325 iC


Car-ID: XT0045
Model, Body type:
Engine Power:
2,494 CCM (125 KW / 170 BHP)
26,100 km

Vehicle Description

Have you been trying to find an all-original E30 convertible without aftermarket wheels, spoilers or other ominous bolt-on parts? With complete history, and a mileage that makes you click your tongue rather than water your eyes? Well then, here it is!
This brilliant red 325 iC was delivered to the US when new and remained in the same ownership until recently, when it was imported to the Netherlands by the previous owner, but never registered there. The original bill of sale is present, as is the service booklet and all receipts. The odometer – converted to km – displays a mere 26,100 km which are genuine according to the consignor.
The paintwork is original with only minor stone-chip damage. The BMW has reportedly never been in an accident. The interior with its black leather upholstery presents itself completely dry, clean and well-kept. The convertible top and tarpaulin are in fine shape, and the electric top works, only the hood does not close all the way.
With air conditioning, cruise control, original BMW sound system with CD changer, electric antenna, power windows, driver’s side airbag and heated front seats, the features’ list leaves nothing to be desired.
Why cry over a tuning victim, when you can have the real thing in truly stunning condition?

BMW’s 2nd generation of the 3 series, the E30, replaced its popular predecessor in 1982. With its straight lines, Claus Luthe – who had penned the timeless NSU Ro 80 – created a car that perfectly catered to the taste of its era. The handsome and well-built cars with their wonderfully smooth engines were originally available as 2- and 4-door sedans. As early as 1983, the Baur company at Stuttgart produced a convertible which was distributed through BMW’s official retailers. With its fixed window frames and the roll bar, it featured typical 1980s styling cues. Two years later, BMW presented their own convertible – the first in 15 years. And how different it looked in its completely open state, devoid of the aforementioned bars and beams.
It became an immediate success. Over 85,000 units were built until production ceased in 1993, three years after the launch of the E36 sedan.
30 years after its presentation, the E30 convertible has already become a sought-after classic. It is getting exceedingly difficult to find a well-preserved, original specimen – simply because many have suffered dearly at the hands of a financially inflexible clientele of 3rd and 4th hand owners attraced by the racing qualities of the E30 3 series.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Black
  • Leather

Exterior Features

  • Red

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