According to Classic DataThe only way anyone would pay above 20k is if this car had the eurospec engine at 286hp. Actually at this price one can find a pristine E28 in europe and still have enough for the federalization process...still some left over for new wheels/mods? and a M5 with lower miles??? please correct me if I'm wrong...how much are LHD ECE E28 M5 today in EUROS??
but as far as collectors/enthusiasts are concerned, isn't DC91 much more prized than DC93? Isn't it all about the M88 engine? wouldn't a condition 1 DC93 be comparable to a condition 3 DC91?Given the current US$ to Euro rate, I doubt that importing a Euro car makes much sense today, but that is off course a personal concideration. This fact alone gives the well kept US cars of the DC93 model a significant advantage
Personally I agree with you, but others may prefer a DC93. We all have our arguments and I can fully understand that those seeking a driver car for weekend or daily purposes have a preference for the DC93. It is easier to service.but as far as collectors/enthusiasts are concerned, isn't DC91 much more prized than DC93? Isn't it all about the M88 engine?
Values are so much different on each side of the pont. Any enthusiast must decide for himself what he is prepared to pay to enter DC91, DC92, DC93 or DC98 ownership. Blindly following the markets never is a good idea as each car has to be weighed on its qualities and shortcommings. For 8k one can take a gampble, but when more serious money is involved one wants some reassurances.wouldn't a condition 1 DC93 be comparable to a condition 3 DC91?