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22,000 miles

1999 BMW M Roadster in Estoril Blue Metallic over Estoril Blue & Black Nappa
  • Exterior Color Estoril Blue Metallic
  • Interior Color Estoril Blue & Black Nappa
  • Soft Top Color Black
  • Engine S52

Seller Description

This Ultimate Driving Machine 1999 BMW Z3 “M” Roadster is a two-owner, 22k mile superb example finished in Estoril Blue over a mint blue and black leather interior. The car recently completed a mechanical inspection in preparation for sale, and it has a clean CarFax and comes with a clear West Virginia title. The original 3.2 liter S52 inline-6 remains unmodified and runs as great as it did the day it was sold new. Rated at 240hp when new, the “M Package “engine was mated to a 5-speed manual ZF unit. The Estoril Blue exterior shows well exhibiting good gloss with no evidence of any accident or paintwork. Imperfections are said to be very limited/minor in expectation for a car of this mileage. The original 17″ Style 40 ‘Roadstar” wheels appear to be in good condition with minor scrapes on the back passenger rear tire. The Fusion ZR1 rubber is still retaining good tread. The power cloth top is easily lowered with the touch of a button. Inside this M roadster has unique leather seats, M leather wrapped steering, M rocker panels and dashboard gauges. Loaded with dual airbags, power top, cold a/c, power seat, heated seats, CD, power locks, power windows, cruise control, and more. Also equipped with traction control and ABS. The the trunk it comes with a front bumper cover, the original tools and owner's manual. What more needs to be said? Here's a near classic 22k low mileage BMW Z3 M sports car that's not only ready for the third lucky owner to enjoy, but is far from the thousands of basic Z3's that are a dime a dozen. Who wouldn't want one for their stable?


Pittsburgh, PA

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Posted: 8/21/2019 9:43:08 AM by Jon Martin

It looks really nice and completely stock. The seat belt guides are even nice. It's crazy that the ///M badges still fade even with low miles.

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Jon Martin
Fort Collins, CO