Originally Posted by xsperf
yea but i guess an ///M is always an ///M, just something special, handling, looks, value too, i mean yea its more expensive, however after the value of the ///M depreciates, it stop sthen eventually starts going back up, just look at the e30 M3s, they go for ~ 14K! well, who knows to each his own i guess
The e30 ///Ms go for so much because they are a much rarer car than the e36 of 46 ///Ms and they have now started to become a collectors item (if all goes well in about a year I will have one)
I agree with Chris I think given the info we have that it could be a car that we see big numbers from after tuners get their hands on them.