Even among BMW's most hardcore enthusiasts, a healthy debate rages as to which was the better car: the E30 M3 or its E36 successor. Debate notwithstanding, you're looking at an original and well-kept example for less than $10,000 -- there's almost no chance that value drops, so at worst you drive the car rent-free for a few years.
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Aaron Miller is the Cars editor for Thrillist, and can be found on Twitter. How none of these are currently in his garage is a matter of sheer willpower.