Evaluation: Original | Represented as a two-owner car with 29,000 miles.
Numerous but light chips on the nose and hood. Light scratching on the boot cover. Original paint is otherwise sound. Negligible wrinkling on the seats and otherwise excellent interior. There are small niggles, but it’s a lovely car in the best color, reportedly one of just 78 so finished.
Bottom Line: Though both the Z3-based M Roadster and M Coupe are rare, quick, and desirable little cars, the “clown shoe” M Coupe has gotten the
lion’s share of attention from collectors and enthusiasts. It’s not unheard of for a coupe to demand twice as much as a roadster. However, we at Hagerty are on the record as predicting that gap will shrink. This result suggests our hunch is proving correct. The colors,
options, and clean presentation brought a top-of-the-market result here. (That said, a cleaner 7000-mile M Coupe sold earlier in the day brought $58,240).
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