Those are the only listing period for M3s. They just aren't going through like you guys think they are.. I will do some more searches tomorrow. Most of the cars that go to auction have been turned in on lease or dealer simply doesn't want it. Better off calling some BMW Dealers in your area to get an idea what they are selling for. I saw a 2008 M3 Coupe at my dealer today and it was still listed at over $61k. Didn't see the mileage but I'd guess it's less than 10,000 to warrant that price.
2010 E92 M3 - Alpine White Mine on 11/2/09 CarDomain
Coupe - Sold