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SOLD on or around May 21, 2011

86,986 miles

Asking Price: $13,000
1999 BMW M Coupe in Arctic Silver Metallic over Black Nappa
  • Exterior Color Arctic Silver Metallic
  • Interior Color Black Nappa
  • Engine S52

Seller Description

Up for sale is this hard to find 1999 BMW Z3 M coupe. Silver with black leather interior. This car is equipped with optional sunroof, power and heated seats. This car is 100% stock other then the clear front marker lights. Tires are about 80%. The brakes have plenty of life left(i'd say about 75%+) The oil was just changed less then 20 miles ago. No dent or scratches. There are a few very very small marks on the rear bumper where the trunk is (about the size of a pen tip) everything in the car works as it should. The only con i can mention is that the drivers seat has the common rocking seat problem. This is an easy fix as there are a few aftermarket companys that make a fix it kit (about $20)



Harmony, PA

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Sold 5/21/11 - It sold to a high bid of $13,300

5/16/11 Update - Reserve has been met on Ebay at just $13,000. Great deal!

5/14/11 Update - Deal must have fallen through as it's back on Ebay.

5/4/11 Update - Now listed on Ebay with a reserve

4/30/11 Update - Price reduced to $15,995 from $16,900

4/27/11 Update - Now listed on AutoTrader for $16,900. It was previously on Craigslist for $14,995. It looks to be in nice stock shape and even the driver seat bolster shows little wear.

3/29/11 Update - I'm not positive, but I'm going to say this one is back on the market and did not sell back in September. The price, location, and mileage line up pretty closely.

8/6/10 Update - Added a few more, slightly larger photos.

It's hard to comment on the tiny photo and short description. The price is about right for the mileage if it's in pretty good condition. The wheels look like ASA AR1s. The photo actually looks vaguely familiar, but I was unable to find it again.

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