GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1998 BMW M Roadster for your consideration. The M Roadster was introduced in 1997 and featured the peppy 240hp S52 3.2L straight-six paired with a exciting 5-speed manual transmission.
Finished in a classic BMW Titanium Silver Metallic, this car is in great condition. The paint is very nice and the body is straight and has only a few minor imperfections on the front end. The exterior is bolstered by the M upgrades including 17in light-alloy wheels. The black convertible top is in great shape and overall the car is very solid. Other upgrades included more aerodynamic wing mirrors, redesigned front and rear bumpers, revised side gill, quad exhausts, and engine and oil temperature gauges in the center console.
The black interior features very nice leather seats and tons of M performance logos. The interior shows very little wear and is quite well equipped with power windows, power mirrors, air conditioning, cruise control, a Business CD audio system, and a leather-wrapped sports wheel. There is some wear on a few of the plastic parts on the interior trim.
Entering production in 1995, the BMW Z3 was a small, two-seat sports car that was a bit more conventional in design than the crazy Z1. Offered in coupe and roadster forms, the Z3 was the first BMW car to be produced outside Germany. A variety of 4 and 6 cylinder engines was offered from the sedan range and was mated to manual and automatic transmissions. The Z3 gained some quick fame when it was James Bond's car of choice in GoldenEye and a rare special edition was even offered. This car runs and drives very well, with great steering, brakes, and tight suspension. You will not be disappointed by this incredibly fun-to-drive vehicle. Please call or email with any questions or for additional information.