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But seriously, they don't show the price. It's one of those, if you have to ask, you can't afford it scenarios. 

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Is it just me or do the pics look like they are taken in some foreign country?

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1 minute ago, Blackie said:

Is it just me or do the pics look like they are taken in some foreign country?

I think it’s a Jap import recently imported to NZ.

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Oh good, another one on the NZ market...

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It doesn't appear to have an NZ number plate or rego tag in the window, may not even be road legal/complied yet.

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They're asking $200,000

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Not an EVO 2.

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Just noticed this is LHD, which I think was the norm anyway, all RHD are conversions? 

 

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This one looks a bit cheaper

~$140k

In white with only 67,000km

https://www.japanesecartrade.com/3328239-japan-used-bmw-m3-coupe-1988.html

$Ask

In black with only 120,500km

https://www.japanesecartrade.com/3303701-japan-used-bmw-m3-coupe-1988.html

$ask

Another in black with only 65,000km

https://www.japanesecartrade.com/3299423-japan-used-bmw-m3-sedan-car-1987.html

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6 hours ago, LemonHunter said:

Just noticed this is LHD, which I think was the norm anyway, all RHD are conversions? 

 

As you say all were LHD.

My NZ new EVO 2 (tourist delivery) was converted to RHD when it was brought into NZ.  Always assumed it was a legal requirement back in the late 80s? My NZ new integrale was also RHD converted.

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