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SOLD on or around June 13, 2013

94,400 miles

Sale Price Unknown
2000 BMW M Coupe in Steel Gray Metallic over Dark Beige Oregon
  • Exterior Color Steel Gray Metallic
  • Interior Color Dark Beige Oregon
  • Engine S52

Seller Description

Up for sale is a Very RARE 2000 BMW M Coupe in Steel Grey. (1 of 1) There was only 1 Coupe made in Steel Grey with Dark Beige Oregon Leather in a 2000 S52. This is one of a kind.  It was a special order paint option.

Given some new collectible additions and other projects I am selling this rare collectible M Coupe.

Recent maintenance that was done:

  1. Valve Cover Gasket set replaced
  2. Power Steering hoses refreshed and flushed with new fluid
  3. Updated metal impeller water pump
  4. Aluminum Thermostat housing and thermostat
  5. Coolant flush
  6. Differential flush, Transmission flush
  7. Brake pads and rotors have plenty of life left and the Michelin Pilot Sport Tires have decent tread left on them.

There are cosmetic imperfections as shown in the pictures on both the exterior and interior that can easily be fixed if one chooses otherwise this coupe is a great driver.

If you have any other questions about the Coupe please feel free to ask or contact me


Gaithersburg, MD

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My Comments

Posted: 6/23/2013 8:37:36 AM by Jon Martin

Sold again already. Congrats to Robb!

Posted: 6/20/2013 2:25:07 PM by Jon Martin

Price reduced to $15,850 from $16,750

Posted: 6/19/2013 10:52:04 AM by Jon Martin

Sale fell through due to the buyer of the buyer's M3 falling through (make sense?). Price up slightly to $16,750 from $16,000.

Posted: 5/22/2013 11:03:21 AM by Jon Martin

Auction ended early. Looks like it sold already.

Posted: 5/20/2013 12:42:26 AM by Jon Martin

This is a very cool special-ordered 1 of 1. The seller took care of all the mechanical stuff including the valve cover gasket, cooling system updates, and fluid flushes. The dent in the hood is the biggest bummer, and the tear in the seat leather is a bummer too. I still think the price is fair for a true 1 of 1. It would make a great driver.

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