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SOLD on or around March 22, 2013

92,300 miles

Sale Price Unknown
2001 BMW M Coupe in Phoenix Yellow Metallic over Black Nappa
  • Exterior Color Phoenix Yellow Metallic
  • Interior Color Black Nappa
  • Engine S54
  • Other Attributes Subframe Reinforcement

Seller Description

Haven't been here in ages but I see this forum is still very active which is great to see. I haven't had much time to enjoy my coupe over the past couple of years due to commuting and work schedule so I'm looking to sell but could use some help with pricing. I've checked the M Coupe Buyer's Guide which has helped some.

I even went to the dealer and they are only offering 9-10K trade on a new car.

Here is some info about the car and recent service:

    I purchased CPO in 2004 and the car had 39,000 miles. It now has 92,300 miles.
    Overall condition of the car is good with good paint. Wheels have usual dings and scrathches given age.
    When I purchased the car there was nothing that indicated any accidents but we found out a door and front quarter panel was repainted. With this repair, 2 wheels on that side were replaced but with the pre-2001 non-shadow wheels
    Somebody backed into me a few years ago which resulted in new hood, bumber and lights so front end repainted
    TCK S/A coilover installed around 45K
    Subframe repair also done at 45K by Mr M. car in NJ
    At 80K, valve adjustment, oil pan gasket and valve cover gasket changed. Antifreeze/coolant flushed/changed and brake fluid flushed/changed.
    Oil changed every 5K
    Still has original clutch
    Brakes not changed since I bought it
    Recently dealer looked over car and said front control arms and bushings should be replace due to wear and lose steering over bumps

I'd be happy to get between 16-17K. Does that sound like a reasonable price? Thanks!


Chatham, NJ

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Posted: 3/22/2013 10:53:33 AM by Jon Martin This lasted all of a couple minutes which is a surprise to no one. The paint work is a concern, but the owner is very upfront and honest. The subframe reinforcement, TC Kline coilovers and semi-recent valve adjustment, just make it amazing. Congrats to Asim!

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