It's like a fine wine, only gets better with age.
Ask several well-versed car collectors which make and model has dramatically increased in both value and demand over the past few years and you're likely to receive this answer: BMW E30 M3. Why this car? Because it's "God's Chariot," that's why. Hard to argue with that. Those who managed to snag one years ago made a smart investment. Florida-based tuning shop, Precision Sport Industries, has not only recognized the awesomeness of the E30 M3, but have also modified one and gave it an absolutely wicked new look.
The crew over at BMW Blog linked up with photographer Garret Wade to show the world this: a 1988 E30 M3 with an exterior inspired by DTM. The original engine was also swapped out in favor of an S50 inline-six from a donor E36 M3. Total output is now 282 horsepower. Additional upgrades include a custom exhaust system sport headers, Hartge wheels, Recaro bucket seats, and a roll bar. Photos courtesy of BMW Blog/Garret Wade.