I've had a look at the comments and it is good to see the level of interest and enthusiasm for the car but, with all due respect, I think the comments are based on the commentators experience of their own or other cars which I don't believe would even come vagulely close to the condition of this car or it's level of specification and history.
Add to that the hardtop which is irreplaceable today and when new, was an $8000 extra cost option. This was a NZ$100 000 E30 in 1991.
I know this as I sold this car to the first owner as a new Tourist Delivery to be collected in London when I worked at Team McMillan BMW, and yes, the factory did incorrectly install an MPH speedo in the car.
After 3 months of travelling around the UK and Europe the car arrived in NZ with approx 5000 miles on it and the owner was not fussed with changing the speedo to KMs.
I bought the car when the first owner traded it in 1997.
I have known this car from new and have owned it for 18 years but now have other projects I wish to pursue.
I know of only two E30 Convertible hardtops in NZ and the other one belongs to a friend of mine who has owned his car since new in 1989.
This is a very special car and any new owner will realise it quite soon.
I am not rushing to sell her as I don't need to and while one might say that the market will determine the price this is a situation where I will not meet the market expectation.
I have indicated the price that I am prepared to accept for her above.