>E30 M3: Not much low end torque, like the Type R, but heavier than a Type
>R. Possibly better balance though. Has 15x7" wheels. Parts are very
this car is similar to the Type R in some respects. It is a bit heavier
but it has a bigger engine, giving it torque (170 1b.ft 4750 rpm) to offset
>E36 325is: Good torque. Optional LSD.
>328is: Even more power than the 325, but no LSD option.
and more weight & costs more.
>E30 325is: Not as much power as the E36 cars, and different rear
>suspension, but lighter. Broader power band than the E30 M3. Least
probably the slowest option too.
>330Ci: Will this be in GS? Lots of power. Big wheels. Most expensive
It is also available with AWD!
I think your best bet is the E30 M3.