The E30 M3 has become a serious classic in the past decade. It's gone from affordable weekend racer to prized collector's item. This E30 M3 hasn't fallen into the world of cherished classics just yet, though—it's too busy turning rubber into smoke.
This E30 M3, built by Vidar Jodahl in Norway, is undoubtedly one of the wildest E30s on the planet. It's powered by a Supra-sourced turbocharged 2JZ straight-six making an absurd 1306 horsepower. All of that power goes to the rear wheels via a sequential transmission, resulting in some massive multi-gear burnouts and endless slides.
The YouTube channel was fortunate enough to capture this E30 competing at the Osnabruck Hillclimb in Germany. It seems that whichever gear it's in, the tires are always spinning. The driver has a tough time keeping the car pointed straight, but manages to muscle it through the course without incident. Watch for yourself.
If you can't see the YouTube video above, .