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1999 BMW M COUPE

SOLD on or around March 21, 2019

161,000 miles

$9,500
Sale Price Unknown
1999 BMW M Coupe in Boston Green Metallic over Dark Beige Oregon
  • Exterior Color Boston Green Metallic
  • Interior Color Dark Beige Oregon
  • Engine S52
  • Title Branded
  • Other Attributes Sunroof-Delete

Seller Description

1999 BMW M Coupe
Salvage title
Salvaged in 2001 with 30,000 miles on it
161,000 miles
3.2L S52 engine
5 speed manual transmission
Recent brakes
7,000 miles on Bridgestone Potenzas
Recently smogged, registration paid through March 2020
I've owned it for about 3 years, and it has been a blast.
Records available back through 2004
Runs and drives great. Cosmetically fair condition, I've done my best to show everything in the photos. Below are the cosmetic issues I've noticed.
-Clear coat fading on hood and roof
-Dent on roof
-Dent on passenger side A-pillar
-Paint chipping/fading in various locations
-Headliner recently replaced, but sunvisors misplaced and not installed. If I find them, I will give them to you. Also missing a panel in the hatch area
-Felt on interior rear pillar needs to be reattached.
-Paint chipping on front spoiler
-Headlights yellowing

Currently located at my work in Woodland, available to view during the work day and evenings, and most weekends.

Seller

Private
Woodland, CA

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My Comments

Posted: 3/21/2019 2:35:48 PM by Jon Martin

Listing removed; sold?

Posted: 3/21/2019 8:50:17 AM by Jon Martin

There's a lot to like and a lot to be afraid of with this one. First, it's a boston green sunroof-delete which is very cool (1 of 6). It also has a cool, custom interior that's pretty well pulled off. The salvage title and some of it's current condition both inside and out shows it will need quite a bit of TLC. It obviously still drives pretty well given it's 131,000 miles since the accident that caused the salvage title. The price seems fair for what could be a cheap driver.

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