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SOLD on or around November 28, 2011

79,000 miles

Sale Price Unknown
2000 BMW M Coupe in Alpine White 3 over Dark Beige Oregon
  • Exterior Color Alpine White 3
  • Interior Color Dark Beige Oregon
  • Engine S52

Seller Description

There were 2,858 M Coupes produced for the United States the four years they were made. In the year 2000, 1,078 were manufactured. 103 of those were Alpine White, and only 36 have the exact same color combination (alpine white exterior/ beige interior) as the one you see here. The average selling price is currently $23,749 according to the official M Coupe website. I am offering this car for $18,500. The car has close to 79,000 miles on it, and is in excellent condition with a clean title. I have had the car for over 4 years now and I absolutely hate the fact that I must sell it. Whenever the car needed service, it was handled only by the BMW dealer. I've had the windows tinted and also had the wheels powder coated black. As you can see the tires on the car are the Yokohama ADVAN A048... they look and stick like nothing else I've come across. If you have any other questions regarding this beautiful M, please call. Thank you.


Pomona, CA

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Sold 11/28/11 - Listing was removed, so I think it finally sold.

10/18/11 Update - Price reduced again to $16,500 from $17,000

9/15/11 Update - Price reduced again to $17,000 from $17,500

9/12/11 Update - Price reduced to $17,500 from $18,500 making it an even better deal.

9/2/11 Update - I got a little more information on this coupe. It's originally from NY and it's right rear quarter panel has been repainted. The front bumper and maybe hood could use a repaint, and the black powdercoating on the wheels has some curbing. If you don't mind giving it a little TLC, I still think it's a pretty good deal for the color.

Looks like a very nice coupe, and I love alpine white. I wouldn't call my site the "official" one though :-). It seems to be in very nice shape and stock other than the tint and powdercoated wheels. I'm usually not a fan of black wheels, but alpine white pulls it off pretty well. I think the price is pretty good as alpine white coupes usually carry a premium, and this is more in line with more common colors.

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