2000 Z3 M Roadster
~Bought the car with 131,090 miles going on 6 years ago and was my daily driver for around 5 with the intention of retiring it from that duty and being used for track/auto-x use. Circumstances/priorities (and other vehicles) have changed so I've decided (again) to sell it off to someone who would like to enjoy it for the same purpose I had originally intended. If you're looking for a good M Roadster to hold onto for collector purposes or a stock daily, this is NOT it. If you're looking for a small, light & agile RWD car for track or auto-x with a lot of potential, this is a great candidate. Has certainly been driven, though has always been well
~Car has the following items: BC Racing coils with Swift upgrade springs 480lb/620lb iirc, 17x9 & 17x10 Apex ARC-8 wheels w/ 235/40 & 255/40 Dunlop Star Specs, APEX stud conversion, APEX spacers - clutch fan delete w/ turner pulleys & Stewart HP water pump, K&N drop-in, Castrol full synthetic & Redline fluids, SS clutch line & slave replaced, Tie rods replaced - brakes replaced with HAWK Street 5.0 pads, Zimmerman rotors including euro E36 M3 semi two piece fronts, SS lines - Corbeau FX1 Pro seat**, aluminum pedals, Turner weighted shift knob, NRG deep dish wheel.
~Parts currently removed: stock mufflers, passenger seat, soft top & frame (still have it, but top isn't usable), partial carpet removal, door panels (have them), currently running no rear sway bar. Will need new mounts and/or an upgrade if you wish to run one.
~Other parts included, but not installed: AKG subframe, RTABs, & diff bushings, Randy Forbes subframe reinforcement kit, eBay headers if wanted.
~Dynoed at 223whp/228wtq @ National Speed
*Pricing is firm*
*Hardtops and mounting hardware for these are getting harder and harder to find. They're discontinued through BMW and have no 3rd party. They can easily cost anywhere between $1,600-$3,000 depending if it has mounting hardware and if it will need to be painted to match.
**The FX1 Pro seat is said to fit UP TO a 36in waist