I posted this video a few months ago, and for the first time in the history of the internet, I received a truly productive YouTube comment:
All you hear is the squealing of the tires. There's no straight six in EV West's 1995 M3, set to run at this year's Pikes Peak, just a 420 horsepower all-electric drivetrain.
While venerated, BMW's E30 M3 did lack certain features possessed by its later, and better performing, brethren. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe E36 for example offers both a drop top and an. . . automatic transmission. Will that second item guarantee its price needs to down along with the top?
This E36 BMW M3 passenger's Match.com profile reads: "Likes: burnouts, Bimmers, donuts on video. Dislikes: seatbelts, closed doors, and being thrown from my car." Thankfully, the man seems okay after being G-jected from his seat. (H/T to Steve!)