In 1998, BMW expanded the M3 lineup by adding a four-seat convertible version for enthusiasts who crave open-air motoring. Like the M3 sedan and coupe, the high-performance M3 is a sophisticated and exceptional road machine with a flexible 240-horsepower, 3.2-liter inline six and an exceptional drivers chassis. A limited slip differential and 17-inch wheels with low-profile performance tires are standard; inside, front sport seats come dressed in optional Nappa leather, and feature power seat adjustments. This M3 has every option, including the OBC, Harmon Kardon sound, Heated Seats, and more. We at The Last Detail have known this car since new, and know it to be an original, and flawless car. Critical acclaim can be summed up by the following statement "One of our all-time favorite cars. Carves turns faster than your dad carves Thanksgiving turkey."