25+ years later this car totally stands up. It is better looking than the majority of newer cars on the road today.
I think this is a red 1984 BMW 3 series (E30), but it could possibly be as new as 1987, tough to pinpoint. Definitely a second generation E30.
It was found on the streets of Delphi, Greece.
This 2-door coupe is a nice looking compact executive car, and has a nice sporty stance to it.
A subtle looking spoiler at the back gives the car some edge. There is some striking chrome details around the window, and also a chrome strip down the side of the body for some extra flash. At the front you can see that BMW “diving board” front bumper.
Something tells me that the owner exits this car, and enters through that red house door.
Here is a look from the front.
Those tourists are not nearly as interested in this little firecracker as I am…
But since we are not standing in front of the archaeological site, I really don’t feel out of place taking a picture of a car on the streets of Delphi.
It looks like some body work was done to preserve this treasured car. I can see some colour variations, the rear side panel is much shinier.
Here is a look at the rear, and that mini spoiler.
Hilarious, not only does the house match the car, but so does the fire hydrant.
Poised to go!
Here’s a closer look at the trunk and rear to the car. You can see those classic BMW head rests through the rear window.
So, there you have it…an amazing small sporty coupe, the 1984 BMW 3 Series (E30) !