The E30 BMW M3 is a legend in automotive enthusiast circles. Light, agile, quick, and classically muscular, it’s a driver’s dream car. Some in great condition, especially the Evo, are hard to find and command big bucks. The M3 Cecotto Edition is even more rare, with a mere 480 cars built. It was the first M3 to use the 215 horsepower S14 engine, which became the standard for all European-spec M3s. Named for moto racer, F1 and BMW Group A racer Johnny Cecotto, the car was built in his honor. The Cecotto Edition has thinner rear glass, Evolution II aero bits, chrome exhaust tips, and unique 16-inch black and chrome BBS wheels. It also gets M-Technic fabric seats, an illuminated shift knob, and this particular one gets a plaque with the build number #341 on the center console. In Macao Blue over Silver Bison, the car is up for sale in the U.K. for a cool $118k, and we’d have to say it’s worth every penny.