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SOLD on or around August 1, 2022

145,000 miles

Not Listed
Sale Price Unknown
2000 BMW Z3 Coupe in Titanium Silver Metallic over Tanin Red
  • Exterior Color Titanium Silver Metallic
  • Interior Color Tanin Red
  • Interior Trim Fine Wood
  • Engine M52
  • Transmission 4-speed Automatic

Seller Description

Trade for Jeep TJ or JK, 1970’s Highboy fords, mini excavator (+ cash if needed), CDL Dump truck, or land. NO JUNK, boats or Bikes.

2000 BMW Z3 Coupe (E36). This car has a pretty cool history; starting its life in Japan, coming to the states about 10yrs ago (I have a clear Massachusetts title in hand). Car is completely stock, not all clapped out like you see others on here. Parts are pretty east to come by if You are knowledgeable with BMWs or have an awesome mechanic like I do. Comes with 2 sets of wheels and tires shown in the pictures (16’s with like new continentals. Second set are staggered 17’s with brand new Goodyear eagle sports). Just had reputable bmw/Porsche/Mercedes mechanic look over the car before selling and had a new radiator, oil filter gasket, vanos line installed and oil change done. He did not find anything else wrong with the car. No joy rides unless you have cash offer in hand. This is a great opportunity to own a pretty solid clown shoe or someone looking to get into the not so norm car world.

Pros: interior/exterior in overall good shape, mechanically in great shape you can drive this thing anywhere right now. Heated seats work great, ice cold a/c, zero rust or rot anywhere.

Opinionated Cons: has the M interior package, not performance engine (has the solid M52 motor) and it’s an automatic, and 238,451km (roughly 145k mi) but you would never know.


Danvers, MA

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Posted: 8/1/2022 11:17:33 AM by Jon Martin

Listing removed; looks like it sold

Posted: 7/24/2022 11:19:19 PM by Jon Martin

I like the color combo and the sunroof-delete. I' haven't seen too many Japanese cars make their way in to the US before.  it looks like the seller is mainly looking for trades at this point.

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