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SOLD on or around November 11, 2013

82,000 miles

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

Seller Description

Howdy all, I'm considering moving on from one of my M Coupes. I've not advertised this anywhere else for now, as I'd like it to go to a fellow enthusiast.

Looking for $26,500 with the modifications as described below.

Car is in overall excellent condition, with few minor marks in the paint, and the interior is also in excellent overall condition.

When I first bought this car , nearly 3 years ago, I hadn't ever contemplating selling it, and the car has been treated as such. I've sent off several oil samples to Blackstone for lead analysis and all the results have come back showing no lead breakdown in the motor. I've always allowed the engine to fully warm up before using any rpm's, and the OEM oil was only ever used in the engine.

The car is driven sparingly, and garaged when not driven.

Details on the car;

2001 Titanium / Black M Coupe
CA car with the exception of the first 2 years in KY
Current mileage - 82,xxx
Title - Clear & no accidents (however the hood is a replacement OEM hood - parking lot judgement error from the PO)

Full Service history & recent servicing (last three years & since my care)

All fluids changed (oil/diff/brakes)
inspection 2 complete (all valves where within spec)
Engine mounts replaced with rogue bushings
Gearbox mount bushings replaced with rogue bushings (gearbox changes are like butter now!)
New pads and lots of life left on the Bridgestone RE11A's (less than 1 year old)

Modifications include;

Koni single adjustable/H&R's
Technica Tune (stock file included) ($500)
Eisenmann Sport 76mm exhaust ($1,450)
Randy Forbes dual ear mount with Rogue Engineering differential cover ($3,500)
Traffic Pro BMW nav with iPod connection
UCC short shift kit & ZHP weighted shift knob
Repaired auto dimming rear view mirror
Canadian market day time running lights module installed
Euro E36 M3 floating 2-piece brake rotors
upgraded RSM's & subframe bushings
Control arm bushings with UCC poly bushings (no adverse feedback from bumps)

I have the stock springs & exhaust to revert the car to the original ride height and exhaust tips.

This car is a blast to drive, the Technica tune really improves the throttle response. The exhaust is not too loud, but wakes up the car nicely. The subframe reinforcement and subframe bushings really tied down the back of the car and it is very precise.


San Francisco, CA

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Posted: 11/11/2013 8:46:46 PM by Jon Martin

Sale pending already!

Posted: 11/10/2013 10:57:42 PM by Jon Martin

This coupe is setup pretty much exactly how I'd someday like to have mine. The Randy Forbes kit, Rogue Engineering diff cover, Eisenmann Sport 76mm exhaust, and Technica Tune are all on my wish list. I've seen this coupe in person at Dorkfest, and it's in great shape. I think it's priced pretty well considering the service history, condition and prime modifications.

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