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You can call the E30-chassis 3 Series the last of the classic, upright BMWs. The M3 homologation special may be the halo model, but the more common 325i and 325is are still favorites among the enthusiast community.

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2/5/19 2:07 p.m.

The only problems I had on my 89 325i that I bought new was a broken head bolt and fuel pump. The next year they beefed up the head bolts. Great car for going cross country in a hurry.

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