Truly a rare find in a young classic, with only 150 cars produced for the American market, the 1994 BMW 325is E36 M Technic was the sneak peek prior to production of the M3 replacement that arrived in 1995.
The M-Design package was created through BMW AG's Individual program. It was a sport package that made the cars so-fitted into virtual M3 clones, save for retaining the standard track and a few regular-duty suspension components, and keeping the stock 325 engine. While the regular 325is wore 15 x 7-inch cast alloy wheels, the M-Design used 17 x 7.5-inch, two-piece forged BBS alloys with 235/40-17 tires; its standard suspension was replaced with a re-engineered M Technic suspension with firmer shocks and thicker anti-roll bars front and rear, and a limited-slip differential was a required option. Accenting the body were the European M3's distinctive aerodynamic twin-stalk side-view mirrors, its side skirts, rear valance and the deep air dam--with three horizontal slats--of the Luxury Package M3. Also included were "BMW Motorsport"-emblazoned door handles, M Technic badges on the body side trim, manually adjusted, heated front sport seats upholstered in a combination of black "Hurricane" cloth (incorporating the M division's trademark blue/purple/magenta colors) and Amaretta faux suede, a tri-color-stitched steering wheel, M shift knob, Anthracite-colored headliner and chrome exhaust tips.
This car, a remarkable, original example that came to us from same Arizona owner of over 25 years, always well maintained , and cared for. Extremely well preserved Arizona car it’s entire life. No rust, no corrosion. Paint, Body and Interior all extremely nice for a car of this age. All the provenance, Huge service folder, Books, Pouch, Original Window Sticker, Tools still intact in factory tool kit. Very low production, truly a Rare Young Classic that can be admired, driven and enjoyed !
Truly a rare find in a young classic, with only 150 cars produced for the American market, the 1994 BMW 325is E36 M Technic was the sneak peek prior to production of the M3 replacement that arrived in 1995