What's going on here?
E30 M3's are up 63% in 4 years
Tell me more
In November 2018, the average price (blue line) for one would set you back £37,286. In November 2022, the average price for one would set you back £61,032. That's a 63% gain and the E30's are pulling away from the pack. When looking at all 80s cars over that same period the median price of 80s cars are up 15%, strong but not as strong as our Bavarian BMW.
Why should I care?
It talks to two principles (note: not rules) we see time and time again on classic car prices to buy the icons and buy the 80s and 90s. Use that as you will.
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