2000 Bmw M Roadster $9000

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Unique color, unique car, perfect for Spring.

Appears to be very clean and reasonably priced at $9000.

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"2000 Bmw M Roadster 5 speed manual transmission. This car is truly special, with all original Dakar Yellow paint. The car has a clean title and 138k original miles. The car has an original s52 engine which is a 3.2 liter in line 6 cylinder. A/c and heater both work. Convertible top is in beautiful shape and works. Car is equipped with Harman Kardon speakers. Car has a carbon fiber Dinan intake. Just got a fresh oil change with Mobil 1 synthetic oil. New breaks front and back. New clutch just installed 3k miles ago. New water pump. Have a full stack of service records for the car, a lot of work has been done and the car is mechanically and cosmetically in great condition. These cars are truly rare and I would like to see the car go to someone who will take care of it as well as I have. Leather seats are also in perfect shape. Everything on the car works.

Asking $9000 Firm. Email me with serious offers only. Open to trades, send me anything stick shift or a truck, but I will also be open to clean title cars only. "

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#2

Wow ---- this is a nice car. One can also get an optional hard top ----

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#3

From what I understand, this first generation had only 15,000 units produced. The rarer and more powerful units were produced 2001/2002.

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#4

Excellent find, especially for that price. Not a color for the faint of heart, but I like it – and it looks great with the hard top…

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#5

I wish you had never posted this vehicle ---- I REALLY like it… Lol. After looking at various sites, I believe the price is very reasonable. However, I now have fallen in love with the z8. My question ---- why are the z8 prices insane. HEMMINGS has price ranges of $ 165,000 to over $ 245,000. Is there that much difference?

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#6

I missed out on this one ---- lol. This z8 was owned by Steve Jobs and sold at auction for $329,000image

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Another great buy I assume — it has been deleted by its author

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#8

Yep, it was a good deal for a cool car.

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