1998 Bmw M3 on 2040-cars
Loyalton, California, United States
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1998 BMW (E36) M3 garage kept from the date of purchase; Finished in color (300) Alpine White III on Light Grey
Nappa interior. Features include; Motorsport (S52) 3.2 liter DOHC 24-valve inline six cylinder engine with variable
valve timing, direct ignition, and knock control. 5-speed transmission; BMW M 4-wheel independent sport suspension;
Limited slip differential; Four-wheel ventilated anti-lock disc (ABS) brakes; Traction control; Cruise control;
Power sunroof; Digital automatic climate control; BMW sport seats with 12-way manual adjustment; Central locking
system; Power windows; On board computer; Service interval indicator. Dealer equipped with Fantom Footprints:
Exclusively designed by 3M for IAS, Invisible Phantom Footprints protects vehicles on six different areas with
permanent, tamper-resistant labels. These labels are impossible to remove intact. When an attempt is made to remove
one, a phantom image of the unique registered vehicle code number is left on the vehicle.
Included with the sale are the following:
Original Keys (x3)
Original BMW owners manual booklet
Original BMW floormats
OEM Black (Never Installed)
Original BMW (e36) car cover
Original BMW (e36) rear sunshade (not installed)
Original BMW shift knob (ZHP currently installed)
Original BMW 6-Disc CD changer
Clifford Anti-theft Alarm (2 keypads)
Neoprene seat covers
Items that require attention:
Stereo Light- Stereo/CD Changer operates fine; Lighting/bulbs do not operate.
BMW M3 for Sale
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