A Cincinnati, Ohio-based dealership has listed two rare, if not unique since neither was officially imported in the United States, BMW models, including a 1989 M3 Convertible and a 1993 M5 Touring, but you better be willing to dig deep into your wallet if you are interested.

According to the Enthusiast Auto Group dealer, both cars were imported to the States from Europe and are said to be fully street legal.

We will start our tour with the E30 M3 Convertible, of which only 786 are believed to have been produced from mid-1988 to mid-1991.

This example is from 1989 and it is powered by a 2.3-liter naturally-aspirated inline four, though we're not sure if it’s in non-catalyst (197HP /200PS) or catalyst (192HP / 195PS) form.

The mileage on the red-colored soft top is 66,980 (107,770 kilometers) while the price is listed at a hefty $65,990 (€52,400).

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