The first-generation BMW M3 was a wolf in sheep's clothing. The M3 is a good-looking car without the sleek lines or cramped dimensions of the usual sports car while being one of the best driver's cars of its era. BMW made just over 700 M3 convertibles from 1986 to 1992, and this white 1990 example is even rarer, being one of 12 Spanish-market models with no catalytic converters. Extremely well preserved, the car is nearly all original. On just its third owner since new, a recent refresh and new convertible top mean this classic M3 is ready for another 30 years of driving.