You are looking at my 2000 BMW Z3 M Roadster with only 73k low miles. This is a rare car. To begin with it's exterior color is called Evergreen with black and green leather interior. There are only 70 produced in this color combination. It also comes equipped with a full list of Dinan options which make it even rarer. For those who don't know who or what Dinan is. Dinan is a factory authorized performance tuner for BMWs. This performance goodies installed by Dinan are a Vortex Supercharger, full exhaust, throttle body, mass air flow, stage 7 software, full suspension, strut tower brace, light weight clutch and flywheel, and a 4 clutch LSD (limited slip differential). Since I have owned this car I upgraded the cooling system to a electric unit that can handle higher horsepower without the threat of the fan clutch breaking and causing damage. I also had a Randy Forbes rear sub frame kit installed along with a dual tab reinforced LSD. These cars are known for the rear sub frames cracking. This kit keeps this from happening.
These BMWs are fast and a lot of fun to drive. They are relatively cheap to maintain compared to other M models. I have had this car a couple of years and have loved every minute of it. As a matter of fact Jalopnik wrote a great article about these cars https://jalopnik.com/five-reasons-why-you-need-to-buy-a-bmw-z3-m-right-now-1619128518.
I haven't dynoed it but Dinan told me that it should have roughly 321hp and 302tq. Thats 80+ hp over a stock Z3 M. I think that is on a conservative tune. There is still room for more horsepower for those that want it. I can say that it is faster than my E46 M3 which has 333hp. All maintenance is up to date. This BMW is in great shape but it is 19 years old. So it will have a little wear on it. Just look at the pictures and see for yourself how nice it is. I am open to having a PPI done at the buyers expense.
The only reason I am selling is because I have a warehouse full of cars that I don't have time to drive so I am downsizing my car collection. These cars have started to appreciate in value so don't miss out before they get too crazy.
Feel free to email, text, or call Ken with any questions.
I don't need help selling my car nor do I want to be involved in any scams so don't contact me if thats what your trying to do.