This 1999 BMW M Coupe is finished in Estoril Blue over Estoril Blue and black Nappa leather and powered by a 3.2-liter inline-six paired with a five-speed manual transmission. It was fitted with an M50 intake manifold, a Scorpion exhaust system, stainless-steel brake lines, and a Blaupunkt stereo, while the factory specified a limited-slip differential, 17″ Style 40 wheels, a sunroof, heated sport seats, air conditioning, cruise control, and a Harman Kardon sound system. The car was acquired by the current owner in 2007, and fluid flushes were performed in preparation for the sale. This M Coupe has 104k miles and is now offered on dealer consignment with manufacturer’s literature, removed factory mufflers, a set of 18″ Breyton wheels, a Carfax report, and a clean New Jersey title.
This M Roadster is one of 142 finished in Estoril Blue over Estoril Blue and black Nappa leather for the North American market for the model year. Features include a sunroof, front fender vents, a rear spoiler, and quad exhaust outlets. The Carfax report notes the car was involved in an accident in June 2002 that resulted in damage to the front. The current owner reports the hood was replaced under previous ownership, and the right quarter panel and pillar were repainted according to the selling dealer. Blemishes are visible on the rear bumper cover and right roof pillar, and the roof spoiler finish is fading.
Silver 17″ Style 40 wheels were refinished under current ownership and are mounted with 225/45 front and 245/40 rear Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. Troutman stainless-steel brake lines are noted to have been installed along with a rear toe and camber adjustment kit.
The heated sport seats are trimmed in Estoril Blue and black Nappa leather, and additional amenities include air conditioning, cruise control, a Blaupunkt stereo, and a Harman Kardon sound system. The driver’s seat rails were extended, and the rear floor pans were reportedly repaired under current ownership. Wear is visible on the driver’s seat.
The M-branded leather-wrapped steering wheel features tri-color stitching and frames a tachometer with a 6,800-rpm redline in addition to a 160-mph speedometer and gauges for coolant temperature and fuel level. The digital odometer shows 104k miles, approximately 15k of which were added during current ownership. The instrument cluster was reprogrammed in March 2000.
The 3.2-liter S52B32 inline-six was reportedly modified with a Eurosport M50 intake manifold conversion kit as well as a strut tower brace, a Scorpion cat-back exhaust system, and a radiator fan sourced from a diesel engine. The current owner states the radiator and water pump were replaced in 2021, and fluid services were performed in 2023.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a ZF five-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. The current owner notes the rear subframe bushings were replaced and a Rogue Engineering flywheel were installed.
A set of 18″ Breyton wheels is included in the sale along with manufacturer’s literature and the removed exhaust components.
The Carfax report shows the aforementioned accident in 2002 and lists registration history in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey through the most recent entry in 2014. A November 2001 update notes the car was listed for sale as a repossessed vehicle.