Mine was one of the first customer cars. I don't care what they are going for now because I have no intensions to part with it.
The dealer offered me $75k for a six-year old E46 M3 when I bought the E92, but I sold mine privately. It looks like by the time the new M3 arrives in 2013/14, the E92 will be worthless and could be offered under $50k as a trade-in. That's pathetic. From what I have heard, unlike the E46 M3, the E92 M3s have sold well in Australia. It is good for BMW but not for customers.