You could own Paul Walker's 1991 BMW E30 M3 for $150,000
When the news reached us that Paul Walker had died in a tragic accident in November 2013 everyone, not just within Hollywood circles, was a bit sad. Walker was a blockbuster actor and came across as an overall nice guy but he was also, more to the point, a true car enthusiast.
Over the years, Paul had acquired a number of amazing vehicles and several of his cars have been sold at auction since his death seven years ago. Today we're talking about his 1991 BMW E30 M3.
Paul Walker really loved his BMWs. He owned several different lightweight versions of the M3, including five E36s that were sold, also at auction, a few months ago and plenty more cars from BMWS. Now, the ad is a bit confusing in terms of information provided, so we'll just stick to what we know for sure. It is powered by a naturally-aspirated 2.3L inline-four engine with a power output of 192 hp, paired with a five-speed manual.
The car is all-original, except for the OEM European headlights (the original U.S.-spec headlights are included in the sale), and the 16-inch wheels from a BMW M3 Sport Evolution. It comes with the original red paint, in great condition, with cream leather upholstery for the interior, also unscathed and intact.
Two other E30 M3s previously owned by Paul were sold in January. One was a 1991 example which fetched $220,000 at auction and the other was a 1998 model, which sold for $165,000.
This particular E30 is listed for sale on eBay with Reserve Auto Group in Texas, with 13,248 miles on the clock, and the asking price is $149,980.00 . There is no bidding on the item, but you contact the seller to make an offer.