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2001 BMW M COUPE

SOLD on or around January 21, 2014

40,000 miles

$35,500
Sale Price Unknown
2001 BMW M Coupe in Titanium Silver Metallic over Imola Red & Black Nappa
  • Exterior Color Titanium Silver Metallic
  • Interior Color Imola Red & Black Nappa
  • Engine S54

Seller Description

S54 Engine, 315 HP, Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3’s on stock wheels, dual adjustable Koni’s, TC Kline Wheel Studs, Struts, Springs and Camber Plates, #550 Front, #600 Rear, Strong Strut Front and Butt Strut, Rogue Engineering Rear Shock Mounts, Front Sway Bar, Billy Boat Stainless Exhaust, Hawk HPS pads. Stock springs, struts and front sway bar included, always garaged and detailed.

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My Comments

Posted: 1/21/2014 10:51:11 PM by Jon Martin

Sold to Maureen's daughter. Congrats!

Posted: 10/25/2013 8:13:25 PM by Jon Martin

Price reduced to $35,500 from $35,900 and miles up to 40,000 from 37,500

Posted: 6/18/2013 12:02:56 AM by Jon Martin

Coming back on the market more seriously now. Now priced at $35,900 up from $32,500

Older Comments by Jon Martin

5/14/12 Update - Seller is looking for $32,500 this time around.

4/30/12 Update - After a year off the market, it's back. Still looks very nice. No price posted this time yet, but it was $31,000 last year at 33,500 miles. Also added one new photo.

Sold 3/1/11 - I heard it's officially off the market.

2/23/11 Update - Added a few more photos. The interior looks fantastic and also has a LeatherZ armrest. I upgraded the condition rating.

Sounds like a very nice coupe. Right now there are some cheaper silver S54s out there, but they all have black interior. This one has imola red which I personally think is worth the premium both for rarity and looks. The VIN number on Roadfly isn't complete but it's pretty easy to figure it out with the rare color combination; just add a 5 to the end. His modifications are very nice and relatively subtle. I'm curious what model the extra OZ wheels are.

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