Discussion in 'M3 CSL / M3 GT and other Limited Editions' started by MRCSLMAN, Aug 1, 2019.
Please let me know what you have
What did you want with them?
Most of them are tucked away now
I guess he’s been approached by potential buyers. The op is Nick Johnson iirk and he’s sold a few.
I've recently sold 2 GT2's a 31000 mile and 76000 mile GT both of which were sent straight to BMW Heritage in Munich who are restoring both cars back to new condition costing $£$£$.... Didn't even know you can do this but only available for special edition models. My guy wants another 2 cars to do the same
Good luck prizing them off the current owners
Depends on how obscene the offer is!!
Cant imagine for the life of me you would get anywhere near its true worth rvbush, feel free though MrsCLSMan to throw some offers around
Hence the use of the word 'obscene'!!
No harm in asking mate.
The E36 M3 GT was sold and marketed as this model internationally in international markets
The E36 M3 Imola Individual GT2 was sold and marketed as a special edition model by BMW GB as it was then known as. This model was not marketed internationally as GT2 as it was just a BMW GB run-out model exclusive to the GB market. Feel free to correct me if i am wrong and show me proof to the contrary
With regards to "BMW heritage" you mean BMW Group Classic. They will restore ANY BMW model not just "special editions" although they are definitely not cheap.
I guessing you would only want several if you think is commercially viable to make a profit out of them bearing in mind any restoration work needed. Most collectors would at the most have 2 of the same model in my opinion. A cream puff and another one to use more regularly.
We need to be careful about describing all of these different special editions. Those of us lucky enough to either own or have owned an Imola Edition are under no illusion as to what it actually was in the day (although they do get hyped up somewhat, generally by dealers selling them!), however, and very luckily for those of us that still have them, the market has decided that they are more desirable than 'ordinary' M3 Evolutions. Now, as to the other two (both with a 3.0Lt engine, pre-evolution), one was a GB only GT Edition (often wrongly described as having the uprated engine etc.) and the other was the international market LHD only GT (which did have the uprated engine etc.). Always go to Duncan's M3 GT register website for a definitive desciption of each: http://m3gtregister.com/m3gts.html.
Always so quick to jump in and try to slate the E36 Imola? What's the big deal with this? Did you miss out on getting one at some stage and are now bitter?
Thanks for information about what car we own I'm sure we was all totally unaware of what it is
Untwist you knickers.
Lol are you that deluded ? I was just posting information about the E36 M3 Evolution Imola "GT2" and E36 M3 GT. Sorry did not realise there were know it alls like you on here. I actually like the model and have nothing but admiration for it. I have nothing to be bitter about with the cars i have.
Deluded?? Haha behave yourself!! Im not a know it all "I own one to be fair" but thank's and good come back anyway.
I'm just going off the fact's in total honesty, as when ever I see that you've commented on the E36GT/GT2 thread it is always to put the imola individual or try to put it down in one way shape or form.
Anyway well done that you do also infact own a car or more than one in that matter I bow down to you and thank's for the update...
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I got nothing but love for the model it is my favourite E36 M3 GB model. I dont own a E36 M3 Evolution Imola but i like the model it is VERY RARE.
It does get boring doesn't it
Ever so slightly mate