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Race, Time Trial, or just want to HPDE, this car has an excellent setup with after market mods form BimmerBum and more. This car is sweet. See my post on Craigslist for details.
If you know BMW Z3s Coupes, this is the one. Skip the price of the “M” (and the heavy maintenance), This has all the performance of the 1998, 1999 M coupes and looks way better. My car has the “M” performance badging.
This car is set up to rock. It is in perfect mechanical shape, near spotless inside and out. A tiny wear on the driver’s side bolster (but really minor). All the rest of the leather looks brand new. In March 2015, I upgrade the car with Bimmerbum’s Koni adjustable suspension kit (about $2K). Also included the off-set control arm and top shock mounts. These are full adjustable so you get the soft for your daily drives and then turn them to stiff when you want to get a little crazy (like we do with the Z3 Coupe club on the Blue Ridge Parkway and back roads of SC/NC mountains). The car has Eibach performance springs (progressive stiffness and lowers the car 1-1 1/2 inch). Wicked in the turns and the 3.0 power. Jamming. I also put on new Hankook 245/40Z/R19 R-s3 tires and TR Motorsport 6-spoke black wheels in March 2015 (about $2,500) and I’ve only driven the car about 3K since then so they are basically brand new.
This is my Saturday Night “Play” car. I live in Charleston so every thing is a short drive (But I go in style!).
So why would I ever sell this ride. Good question! Can’t sell my truck, can’t have three cars in my driveway and my job change has me driving lots of highway and entertaining executives (need 4 seats). So I bought a Caddy CTS and the Z3 is the odd man out. Sucks. The Z3 is really right.
So why only $9,900.
I bought the car in in March of 2013 from a wholesaler. The original owner lived in Oregon and did long hwy commutes – racked up 159,000. Someone rear-ended him and due to the miles and age, the insurance company “totaled” the car. Unreal. It cost $700 to fix the dent in the back hatch and spray the back bumper/hatch. That’s all. I have attached all the docs and pics.
Bottom line if you want a killer ride and don’t mind the stigma of a re-built title knowing now that the car had minimal damage, your getting a super deal on an incredible sports car.
Look around, ask the guys at the BMW Z3 Coupe owners club. They know this car.
Also, I still have the original wheels (probably worth $600-800) that will also come with the car.
This car is impressive. Title in hand and the carfax when I bought it.