Description by seller:
This car has had 3 owners from new, the last 2 being in the same family. All of the owners were BMW enthusiasts and kept the car in its original condition. The car is a former 2010 concourse-winning car (BMW Car Club Gauteng). It is always parked in a garage and is never driven in the rain. Once a week the car is detailed with Meguiar's products only.
This is truly a time capsule, and everything on this car is period correct. All the rubber fuel lines and water hoses have been replaced with original BMW ones on the last service which was in January 2021, along with a complete inspection done (all filters, spark plugs and oil).
These are the period-correct options the car has:
OEM Sport front lip
OEM mud flaps
OEM Prestige panel rear
OEM E28 M5 boot spoiler
OEM torch in cubby
Aftermarket rear exhaust box changed to dual pipes with period-correct chrome tail pieces (branch and centre box still original)
45mm lowered suspension, the standard springs will be included in the sale
All windows are original and have their correct numbers
Car is only serviced with OEM parts (last service at 107 440kms)
Panasonic tape deck from factory (owner's manual included)
No cracks on the dashboard
Original paint, boot was colour-matched to fit the M5 spoiler
Full service history from new
Things which need attention:
Carpet underneath brake pedal is worn (see attached picture)
Two front tyres need to be replaced. All 4 tyres are older than 5 years, however the rear tyres have plenty of tread.
This immaculate BMW E30 318i is available to view in Johannesburg by appointment.
Reminders to bidders:
- A buyer's premium of 5% (which includes VAT) for cars and bikes applies.
- The minimum buyer's premium is R5 000 incl. VAT for cars and bikes (eg. if R50 000 is bid, buyer's premium = R5 000 and total cost = R55 000).
- The maximum buyer's premium is capped at R100 000 incl. VAT for cars and bikes (eg. if R3 000 000 is bid, buyer's premium = R100 000 and total cost = R3 100 000).
Classic Car Africa aims to present each lot as accurately as possible but it is the responsibility of the bidder to be 100% satisfied with the condition of the lot before placing a bid.