View Full Version : FS: '98 M3 - 4 dr sedan

11-28-2008, 03:12 PM
1998 BMW M3 sedan - Titanium Silver on black leather

* 116k miles - USA car (I'm the 3rd owner and imported it from the USA 6 yrs ago - brought it back at 52k miles).
* Auto tranny w/ manual shift slap - drive (awesome for driving around town in S&G traffic)
* Luxury seats(not vaders) - full power
* one of the last 4dr e36 M3's ever made...commemorative interior badging on head rests

All original - motor never modded or tracked.
Immaculate cond - never painted, no accidents, never tracked (I have an M3 race car for that) Car has some 'normal' hwy rash on front bumper cover due to normal wear & mileage, which could be easily re-shot / painted.

* New steering rack, front end bits - tie rods, bushings, etc. due to recent desired "freshening" - 4 months ago.
* New metal BW water pump
* New rotors and pads 8 months ago

* 18x9 SSR Integral wheels w/ Goodyear F1 GS D3 tires (75% remaining)
* BMW OEM rear spoiler/wing
* ZKW Euro HL units w/ Panasonic HID 4300
* Extra set of ZKW used Euro light units w/ halos installed (one lens is heavily chiped due to road debris)
* BMW OE White corners and sides and will supply originals ambers as well
* DINAN Strut -tower brace
* BMW OEM Business Head unit w/ CD and Logic+ and 6 pack BMW CD in trunk
* Ski pass in rear armrest
* windows tinted w/ quality 20% tint
* 4 German made AEZ 17x8 alloy rims with 75% tread snows mounted (currently)

Asking $15,500

Pics available by request... and will post as soon as I have same.

Direct EMAIL: drowlison@cogeco.ca

11-28-2008, 04:26 PM
Wish I was ready for another vehicle. This would be perfect for the g/f.
Good luck.

11-28-2008, 04:42 PM
If it was a manual I'd be all over it.

12-01-2008, 12:21 PM
Thanks guys - this would make a great car (or 2nd) car for someone... might end up keeping it for that myself if I don't get any takers prior to the end of the year.

Car is truly Immaculate for the mileage - many, many cars w/ 50k on them dont look this good!! Those who know me, know how fanatically I keep my race car & rig and all my stuff...

BTW - manual tranny would be an easy conversion which I may indeed do IF I keep it ($1k to $1.5k w/labour & parts)