This BMW M Roadster is one of 921 examples built for the 2001 model year and is finished in Imola Red over black leather. Power is from a 3.2-liter S54 inline-six mated to a five-speed manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential, while additional factory equipment includes Style 40 wheels, heated seats, a stock CD player, and more. Service performed in April 2019 included an Inspection II as well as replacement of two power steering hoses, the constant pressure valve, the power antenna rod, and more. This M Roadster shows 63k miles and is offered by the selling dealer with a clean Carfax report, recent records, and a clean Connecticut title.
The car is finished in Imola Red and features a black soft top, which comes with a protective cover and is photographed both raised and lowered. The selling dealer notes chips in the front of the hood.
Stock 17″ Style 40 Roadstar wheels wear Continental ExtremeContact tires. The M Roadster featured revised front-end geometry, stiffer springs, a lower ride height, a reinforced rear subframe, and strengthened trailing arms when compared to the standard Z3.
The cabin features heated factory sport seats trimmed in black Nappa leather with matching carpets. Amenities also include cruise control, auxiliary VDO gauges, and a BMW Business CD player.
A leather-wrapped Motorsport steering wheel fronts gray-faced analog gauges with chrome bezels. The digital odometer reads just over 63k miles.
Output from the 3.2-liter S54 inline-six was rated at 315 horsepower at 7,400 rpm and 258 lb-ft of torque at 4,900 rpm when new. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox and a factory limited-slip differential. An Inspection II was completed in April 2019, comprising a valve adjustment as well as replacement of the spark plugs, air filter, and engine oil. Other work included installation of a new constant pressure valve and two power steering hoses.
The July 2019 Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage with events in New Jersey, North Carolina, Georgia, New York, and Connecticut through April 2019.