Who do you have to be to intentionally leave God’s Chariot in such state?
A little patina is not a bad thing by any means, there was plenty at Legends showing wear from years of daily driving, but this is an entirely different level.
In 2016, an E30 M3 should be cherished. I don’t mean that by hoarding them into a huge climate controlled warehouse, but I do mean that they deserve to be taken care of.
Just look at it. It’s been rammed into a bush in the parking lot, it’s windows left open, a can of surveying pink spray paint sits on the dash, plenty of body damage, and destroyed paint.
Did I mention it has sheepskin seat covers covering original seat damage (most likely) and 2 year old expired registration?
And there it sits next to a cherished example in the parking lot of an event that celebrates these kinds of machines.
If this car were a dog, it would be in a Sarah McLachlan ASPCA commercial asking for 35 cents a day.
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