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1999 BMW M COUPE

SOLD on or around September 8, 2010

58,000 miles

$18,900
Sale Price Unknown
1999 BMW M Coupe in Arctic Silver Metallic over Estoril Blue & Black Nappa
  • Exterior Color Arctic Silver Metallic
  • Interior Color Estoril Blue & Black Nappa
  • Engine S52
  • Other Attributes Forced Induction

Seller Description

i've had this almost 2yrs. apparently 1 of 13 in arctic silver with estoril blue/black interior. clean title, perfect carfax, almost all mods incl supercharger done 10k miles or so ago with records. very fast, no dyno info.
mods include:
aa c38 sc setup with tune and oil cooler
schrick cams
supersprint headers and rear mufflers
h&r coilover kit
dinan strutbar
m5 clutch, uuc flywheel
uuc evo3 ssk with tme's, etc
bbs rgr 19x8.5/10 et20/32, conti 275/30 and 225/35, h&r 20mm rear spacers
blk grilles, clear markers, magnetic stoneguard
alcantara suede ebrake and shift boots
armrest/cupholder
m mats
~$5k audio (sounds incredible, and some cargo area still useable!)
oem alarm/keyless

more i'm forgetting i'm sure...

$20900 with rgr's, or $18900 with roadstars
i've finally decided to SELL the car, not post it up and sit on it for $25k or so!

i have plenty more pics that i can email by request... thanks!

Seller

Private
Murrieta, CA

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My Comments

Sold 9/8/10 - Just heard that this coupe sold. Don't know about the sales price, but I assume it was at or near asking price.

I've seen this car for sale multiple times including apparently on consignment; it seems he's serious this time as it's priced very agressively. The AA C38 supercharger is the one you want, the Shrick cams are very nice and $$$, as are the Supersprint exhaust pieces and H&R coilovers. The subwoofers in the trunk aren't everyone's taste, but it sounds like it's good stuff and the install is very clean. The price I posted above is for the car without the BBS RGRs. If you're a fan of RGRs, the $2k extra is worth it as they're forged and would be a lot more to replace. I appreciate that he posted photos both with and without them. What you can see of the interior looks nice, but there isn't a good shot of the driver's seat. The color combination is also rare which only adds to the value. The sellers seems to have had a nice collection of BMWs which is usually a good sign of care. I think it's a great price for a well sorted car.

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