For Sale By:Private Seller
Sub Model: Supercharged
Exterior Color: White
Trim: Base Convertible 2-Door
Interior Color: Red
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: RWD
Number of Cylinders: 6
Options: Leather Seats, CD Player, Convertible
Safety Features: Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Number of Doors: 2
Out of a private collection is this 2002 BMW M3 Convertible. Alpine white over red interior. 19 inch Work Rezaxx wheels, upgraded LED tail lights. Kenwood double din navigation unit. This vehicle has a highly modified and makes around 500hp. list of upgrades include: CP 9.5:1 Compression Pistons
Bored .20 over
Metal MLS Headgasket
High Volume Oil Pump
Main Bearing Upgrade
Rod Bearing Upgrade
ARP Head Studs
ARP Main Studs
Schrick Supercharger Cams
Double Spring Valve Springs
Upgraded Valve Retainers & Locks
Coated Rocker Arms
All Gaskets and Seals were replaced except where noted with upgraded parts.
Upgraded to T-Trim Blower
HPF Stage 1 Clutch
Autosolutions Short Shift Kit
HPF Gauge Kit, Air Fuel Ratio Gauge, Boost Gauge
Turner MotorSports Subframe Reinforcement Kit
Euro CSL Headers
Magnaflow Complete Stainless Steel Exhaust System
Please feel free to contact us for any additional information 856-382-7065 ask for Troy
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Auto blogFri, 09 Aug 2013 14:14:00 EST
Toyota as we know it could become a thing of the past. According to Australian site Car Advice, the Japanese brand known for bland cruisers like the Camry and Corolla is preparing to bring two new rear-drive cars to market that would slot above and below the Scion-badged FR-S. This is very, very good news.
Car Advice spoke to the GT86/FR-S' chief engineer, Tatsuya Tada, who claimed, "Akio Toyoda always says to me, Toyota sports car [family] should be three sports car brothers. 86 is in the middle." The oldest "brother" would be the spiritual successor to the Supra, even if it doesn't wear that name. Tada is in charge of that project, while a sub-GT86 project is being headed-up elsewhere.
Tada refused to comment on names (CA specifically mentions MR2 and Celica) for the new small car, but did say that, "Yes it is rear-wheel drive and that's Toyota's strong position - Toyota sports car must be rear-wheel drive." Perhaps the juiciest bit of information obtained from Tada's interview with Car Advice was his hinting that both new sports cars would be joint ventures, like the GT86/FR-S/Subaru BRZ triplets. Tada wouldn't say who Toyota was in bed with on the smaller model, but did mention that the Supra would be a product of the world's largest automaker's partnership with BMW.
Each generation of the BMW M3 has included a convertible model. Even the distant E30, the patriarch of the M3 line, had an ultra-rare (only 787 were built) droptop model. The convertible became more common on the successive generations, with the hardtop-convertible E93 being the most recent. Considering this history, there seemed very little doubt that as the M3 became the M4, a convertible would be in the cards. Now, the new droptop has arrived.
Set for its global debut at the 2014 New York Auto Show, the 2015 BMW M4 Convertible features, like its forbearers, everything that's great about the hardtop variant while adding an unlimited amount of head room. That means the same 3.0-liter, 425-horsepower, 406-pound-foot, twin-turbocharged straight six sits under its domed hood, while either a six-speed stick or a seven-speed M dual-clutch transmission dispatches power to the fat rear tires.
As for specific differences between the hardtop and the new convertible, obviously, the droptop is heavier. A lot heavier. Where an M4 with a six-speed manual tips the scales at 3,530 pounds, the M4 Convertible weighs in at 4,055 pounds. Believe it or not, BMW has actually trimmed 90 pounds from the last-generation M3 convertible, code-named E93. This marginal weight reduction from the third-generation convertible to the fourth is barely half of the 174 pounds BMW was able to subtract when transitioning from M3 Coupe to M4 Coupe.
At the end of the day, your friendly Autoblog editors are car guys, just like you. So, while we might have more of an opportunity to test some of the most interesting vehicles on the new car scene than does your average gear head, we can still be found whiling away those long afternoon hours looking at used cars and thinking about what could be.
Just the other day, we had a vivid reminder about one of our dream cars from the very recent past, the 2011 BMW 1 Series M Coupe. If you didn't catch it, Michael Harley had a great time testing and reviewing the new Dinan S3-R version of the car, which throws an impressively engineered turbo and suspension tune on a BMW that was damn near perfect out of the box.
In the Comments section of that review, a few savvy Autoblog readers pointed out that our estimated price for a used donor car, set at $50,000, was low. Odd, we thought, as the car retailed for less than $50k ($46,135) when it was new in 2011. So we started checking around.