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2002 BMW M COUPE

SOLD on or around June 8, 2010

39,700 miles

$31,000
Sale Price Unknown
2002 BMW M Coupe in Titanium Silver Metallic over Imola Red & Black Nappa
  • Exterior Color Titanium Silver Metallic
  • Interior Color Imola Red & Black Nappa
  • Engine S54
  • Other Attributes Sunroof-Delete

Seller Description

Superb condition 2002 S54 M coupe, Titanium Silver/Imola Red Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (thats about 300 miles NE of Havre Montana for US-based shoppers...) Canadian car; original female owner. Fully factory maintained. Mileage: 39,700 miles Condition: Paint superb and all original; 3M film protection on hood and hips from new. OEM wheels have some pits and some curb rash. Leather very good condition, no rips and tears; slight scuffing on drivers side bolster. Never tracked and no accidents. Tires and parts: Tires Michelin Pilot Sport; OEM sizes. All factory and OEM except the following three high quality replacement parts: - TC Kline Koni shocks and springs as replacement for OEM struts - Rogue Engineering rear shock mounts - UUC short shifter kit If you are reading this you likely know about the S54 engine; a growling, howling beast of an engine in a fun and classic performance coupe. This car gets more attention than almost any exotic car, and is clearly much more rare (and always will be as 2002 was the final model year for this version). The car is now out of winter storage and can be viewed. Please contact for inquiries or additional images.

Seller

Private
Saskatoon, SK, Canada

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My Comments

Sold 6/8/10 - Roadfly listing is gone. I assume it sold.

I think this coupe would be sold if it were in the US. It has a great color combination, lower miles, and is sunroof-delete. The Canadian model cars also get the floating brake rotors and daytime running lights that the US spec cars do not get. I'm not sure what the process is to bring a car across the border, but I've heard of quite a few people doing it so it can't be that bad.  Looks like a great car at a great price.

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