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1999 BMW Z3 COUPE

83,261 miles

$8,000
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe in Jet Black 2 over Black
  • Exterior Color Jet Black 2
  • Interior Color Black
  • Interior Trim Aluminum Line
  • Engine M52
  • Transmission 5-speed Manual
  • Other Attributes Sunroof-Delete

Seller Description

Selling for a friend...

1999 BMW Z3 **COUPE**
2.8L Inline 6cly
83,xxx miles
5-spd manual transmission
DINAN intake
DINAN exhaust
Cold A/C
Black exterior 8/10
Black leather interior 8/10
Runs great
Freshly powdercoated wheels
Car is in great shape for its age
All maintenance has been done on time

Unfortunately there are a few con's which is why the price is lower than most others online.

*ABS module is no good. Brakes still work fine...just does not pulse under extreme sudden braking, which is the modules purpose. Basically the same as a car without ABS. Still stops on a dime. Have been driving it for 2yrs as is
*A/C has a minor leak. Holds charge for 1yr and still nice and cold

This is an extremely rare coupe model hardly ever seen and great for collectors or to build for a car show.

Friend is the owner of a local business and very busy. I work at a repair shop that takes care of all of his cars. Just trying to help him out and find a new home for the car. I would personally buy this car from him but have 4 cars myself already and have no space to store another.

Asking $8000 or any reasonable offer. He would like the car sold sometime soon so just shoot me an offer and I'll relay it to the owner.

Give me a call/text if you have cash and are a serious buyer. I'll try to help answer any other questions about the car and will schedule a time to meet. Please don't waste my time if you're not serious, I also have a very busy schedule. Mahalo in advance.

Seller

Private
Honolulu, HI

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My Comments

Posted: 9/25/2018 10:08:38 PM by Jon Martin

It seems like you can always find deals in Hawaii. It's not as expensive to ship as most assume. It would probably be less than $1,000 to bring it to Long Beach, CA. I think it's a pretty good deal even with the couple issues.

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