Friday, June 1, 2018

Pretty 'N' Rare: 2000 BMW Z3 Coupe

This next car comes as a tip from Pushrod who writes: I’ve been seeing more of these come up for sale lately in the $8-15k range.  The Z3 coupe is actually more rare (by production numbers) than the M variant.  Find this 2000 BMW Z3 Coupe offered for $15,000 in Washington, D.C. via craigslist.


 From the seller:

2000 BMW Z3 coupe 2.8 
VIN: 4USCK534XYLE95852 
condition: excellent 
cylinders: 6 cylinders 
drive: rwd 
fuel: gas 
odometer: 36000 
paint color: black 
size: compact 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: coupe 
Clean BMW Z3 coupe with 36,000 original miles mint condition with new paint all over done by a professional. The car is equipped wit sunroof Harman/Kardon speakers Manual transmition 5 Speeds clean engine and interior 1 owner Black exterior and Paige interior For More Info contact mike at 571-599-8877 thank you. 
Note the vehicle is viewed by appointment only.


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10 comments:

  1. I don't think I've EVER seen one of these... 36K and a full repaint with a clean title? Hmmm...

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    1. These are known for rock chips. The bumper and the bottom of the doors and fenders just get chipped to death. I almost bought one of these back in 2002, the car had 15K miles and looked like it had competed in a season of WRC.

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  2. "total loss reported" according to free carfax link on selling dealer's website.

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    1. Haha what a joke! Almost as bad as the wheels.

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  3. Dealer universe much like Trump's....we don't need no stinking truth!

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  4. Wow. it looks just like a Jaguar XKE!

    Well, except for the body, interior and mechanicals.

    -Stan (the *other* Stan...)

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  5. "mint condition with new paint"
    I like these, but this one sounds like trouble.
    "all over done by a professional"
    They will do that from time to time.

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  6. I have a personal policy where I deduct 10% from my offered price for every example of butchered spelling the erstwhile trustworthy seller allows their ware to be represented by.

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    1. You must have to offer near-negative figures for most cars on Craigslist.

      Seller's ad: "Four sell, 1995 Camero. Grate car. Excelant conditions. Ate cilinder motor. Good breaks. Tires have good thread. Manuel transmittion, new cluch. Past smog test."

      Doctordel: "Give me $400 and I'll take the car."

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  7. doctordel...

    I'm assuming your run on sentence about misspellings is part of the joke.

    But did you just end your post with a preposition?

    (...coughing up a hair ball...)

    -Stan (the retired editor and all around curmudgeon)

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