BMW 2002/3.0CSi/3 Series 1968-91 - 2018 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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BMW 2002/3.0CSi/3 Series 1968-91

BMW 2002/3.0CSi/3 Series 1968-91 - 2018 Market Review
BMW 2002

It is 50 years since BMW got serious about selling cars in Australia and early models still survive in reasonable numbers.

A very good carb-fed 2002 will cost $25,000 but elegant CSi Coupes generally sell above $60,000.

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The lightweight CSL is very rare here and well into six digits. Beemers from the 1980s provide plenty of choice and some models are very cheap.

Spending $10,000 will fund a well-kept 318i or 320i in coupe, cabriolet or even convertible form.

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Anyone looking for a car with the pedigree of an M3 but without the $60,000 price tag
should be hunting down a 325iS.

2002 $26,110 [7]

3.0CSi $79,665 [3]

318/320i/323i E30 $9215 [57]

320i/325i Conv. $9320 [15]

325iS $29,395 [2]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.


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