****WORK MEISTER WHEELS ARE INCLUDED IN THE $25999 PRICE!!!****
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Well after 12 years of ownership, it is time I part ways with my shoe. Living with this car has been nothing but a stress-free, enjoyable and memorable experience. However I have taken a different path in the car hobby and for the past several years my shoe has sat in the garage on a Battery Tender, only to be driven on a short loop every few weeks to keep the fluids circulated.
This is a West Coast car that has been garaged at all times and never daily driven. It has always been a second or third car.
Every known issue with shoes has been addressed. There is literally nothing this car needs, short of an owner that will actually drive it. No subframe tearing, glovebox sagging, seats rocking, worn bushings, etc. Details on the fixes are below.
Enough storytelling. On to the car!
2000 Z3 M Coupe with 106k miles. Titanium Silver on all black interior.
-Subframe/differential mount repair and reinforcement performed by Avus Autosport in Glendale, CA approximately 7 years ago. --Zero issues with the subframe to this day and it will stay that way.
-TC Kline coilovers
-Racing Dynamics front strut tower brace
-H&R 18mm rear spacers. The car only rubs when running the spacers with the Works and two (large) people in the car around very tight corners. Never rubs with stock wheels and spacers. You can take out the spacers and never have rubbing, however you do risk no longer being hella flush.
-Hankook Ventus V12 Evo 2 tires with 9/32" tread depth (brand new. Maybe 200 miles on them)
-Ireland Engineering Polyurethane subframe bushings
-Ireland Engineering Polyurethane rear trailing arm bushings
-Control arm bushings replaced about 1500 miles ago
-Zimmerman drilled rotors with OEM pads (about 40% life left)
-ECIS short ram intake
-Magnaflow 14815 mufflers
-Magnaflow X pipe with deleted resonators. Sounds amazing!
-Guibo replaced about 1500 miles ago
-Differential and transmission fluid replaced about 4000 miles ago. Coolant flushed at the same time also.
Interior (all stereo components look OEM. Absolutely no blingy garbage)
-Focal Flax speakers front and rear. This stereo is absolutely perfect and it kills me to have it sold with the car. I just wish I kept the stock stereo so I could keep this setup.
-Alpine MRV-M500 amp for subwoofer
-Alpine MRV-F300 amp for speakers
-Pioneer DEH80-PRS head unit that matches the gauges and overall interior perfectly. Set up for bluetooth audio, phone calls, and multiple auxiliary inputs that are tucked into the arm rest. Nothing is visible.
-JL Audio TW3 10" subwoofer that hits INSANELY hard for a 10." Very quick response for high tempo music as well. Fits flush in the trunk and retains all the stock storage capability of the shoe. Again, this all looks like it could have been installed by the factory.
-Saggy glovebox fix performed
-Delrin seat bushings. No more rocking back and forth for either seat.
-Leather Z arm rest with coin holder.
-Yes, the rear view mirror auto-dim has failed. It did not bother me enough to spend several hundred $ to replace.
-The dash, carpet, seats and interior overall looks as fresh as a car with 1/10 the age or miles. I always made it a point to lift myself out of the car rather than slide across the bolsters, and it shows. I also tried to avoid wearing jeans as much as possible (seriously). The driver's seat is in nearly the same condition as the passenger's seat.
Exterior (zero dents, scratches or rash. The only exterior blemishes are on the mirrors, which have 4-5 nearly imperceptible rock chips. Bumper and headlights are literally in brand new condition.)
-OEM BMW euro clear front bumper lights. These are not the cheap Depot items and they look fantastic. OEM ambers are included too.
-Front bumper license plate holes filled.
-Red painted calipers that have not chipped or peeled at all in over 12 years.
-It is well known that the hood can get out of alignment, as well as other panels on the front end. Not here. Everything lines up as it did when it was new.
-Full disclosure. I did plow into a deer 2 years ago. As weird as it sounds, this ended up being a blessing. There was no mechanical damage to the car and as Bambi dented nearly every exterior body panel, I have basically a new paint job! All parts were replaced with OEM BMW parts. No aftermarket parts were used. This took alot of negotiation with insurance. All work was done by Exclusive Image in Santa Clarita, CA who used only Glasurit factory-quality paint in the respray. I could not be happier with how it came out.
-Original Roadstars are in decent condition. I'd call them a 7/10. Two of them have approx 4" scratches, but otherwise all four wheels have a great glossy finish and do not at all have the matte, worn look of Roadstars that have sat in the elements for years.
-Stubby Audi TT roof antenna.
******The Work wheels are being sold separately for $3500 in addition to the listed price of the car. If you buy the car and would like the Works as well, a discounted price can be negotiated.*****
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