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132,000 miles

2000 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 Blue
  • Engine S52

Seller Description

Wow. Cleanest DRIVEN M roadster you’re going to find. Yes this is the limited edition true M roadster, not a regular z3 with “m” badges on it. This thing drives like absolute new. It’s been lovingly cared for since new, spotless carfax, and most importantly USED REGULARLY and it shows. Interior is nearly immaculate, paint is very good on most of the car, you could eat out of the engine bay. Car has Dinan strut tower brace and cold air intake. STICK SHIFT (5 speed).

In the last 30 days it has had: All new tires, fresh Mobil 1 and filter, new conical cold air filter, fresh caliper paint and a full detail. Stunning car. No smoke, no leaks, no BS. Everything is tight and right - steering, suspension, brakes, everything. Starts right away, purrs, pulls when you hit the gas, stops on a dime.

Only issues with the car currently: the instrument backlights just died on me randomly, its not the bulbs or headlight switch, I just replaced them thinking it would be the problem. I suspect a ground wire somewhere. Other than that, the paint is from what I can tell all original except for maybe a bumper respray, that said, as a 20 year old car that's actually been driven, there are a fair amount of rock chips on the front of the hood. You don’t see it from more than 10 feet, but if you wanted a perfect car, all you’d have to do is paint the hood and address the instrument backlighting. That’s it.

I just drove this car in September on a 300 mile round trip with heavy stop and go traffic as well as highway driving in 90 degree temps. Car ran cool and comfortable the whole way. Sits safely in the garage on a charger.

These cars are EXTREMELY collectible and are becoming more and more rare, look it up on Hemmings or one of the other classic car sites ranking new desirable 'vintage' cars. I would NOT SELL this car if I weren’t physically too big for it. I bought it at first sight because I always loved them and thought they were beautiful machines, but ergonomically it’s not ideal for me at 6’3” as you may understand.

No low-ballers, no tire kickers. Don't need to sell and will hang on to it as an investment if I don't get a fair price. Interesting trades considered for sports cars or 4x4s.


Belleville, NJ

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Posted: 6/8/2023 9:21:50 AM by Jon Martin

Reposted with price up to $18,000 from $15,000 which is a little optimistic

Posted: 3/23/2022 11:56:19 AM by Jon Martin

Now priced at $15,000 on Bimmerforums

Posted: 3/16/2022 9:38:28 AM by Jon Martin

Back on the market with an unknown reserve and a couple new photos

Posted: 2/3/2022 9:50:23 AM by Jon Martin

Sadly the thing I first recognized about this roadster was the funky shift boot. The only modification I see in the photos is the aftermarket headlights. The price seems optimistic for the higher mileage.

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Jon Martin
Fort Collins, CO