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2001 BMW Z3 COUPE

136,996 miles

$12,000
2001 BMW Z3 Coupe in Jet Black 2 over Walnut
  • Exterior Color Jet Black 2
  • Interior Color Walnut
  • Interior Trim Fine Wood
  • Engine M54
  • Transmission 5-speed Automatic

Seller Description

This is a very clean and fairly rare coupe, with a couple unique features / problems. If you look at the photo you'll notice it's sort of extra clean. It has shaved doors! Beautifully done. It also has an aftermarket Fiberglass front bumper. With a professional wax job the outside of this car would be a perfect 10 ... except for the front bumper. New tires, runs strong and solidly, needs nothing mechanically that I'm aware of. I did put new gas springs on the hood and tailgate. Inside the leather is soft (Saddle tan) the dash is perfect, carpets excellent, with new floor mats. If you call me I'll be happy to explain why the radio is not installed properly and the drivers door panel is off. I don't think anything is missing to put the car back 100%. I'm retired / disabled now, so I'm happy to spend time talking about this car. Another weird feature, the drivers side mirror says " objects in the mirror are losing " ( I have a new mirror in the box to fix that ) This car is not 100% stock, but an excellent starting point for someone who wants a primo Z3 Coupe. Power seats, moon roof, tool kit, passenger and side airbags, factory staggered wheels and tyres , 3 perfect , 1 with minor curb rash. (pix) Jet Black paint has no dings, scratches, polisher swirls, road gravel damage, or signs of rust, repair, or evidence of repaint.

Seller

Private
Hudson, NY

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Posted: 8/4/2017 7:36:22 AM by Jon Martin

First of all, walnut interior! The first thing I would do is change the front bumper and headlights back to stock. I'm not sure what you'd do with the shaved door handles though. It would be a great light project and a cheap way to get into a walnut coupe.

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