Engine:3.2 Liter 6
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Exterior Color: Blue
Trim: Base Coupe 2-Door
Interior Color: Gray
Drive Type: RWD
Number of Cylinders: 6
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Options: Sunroof, Leather Seats, CD Player
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Low Mileage BMW M3, SuperCharged and Lowered, Beautiful Condition
The legendary BMW M3. Perhaps the most sought-after version of the "Ultimate Driving Machine". Fine German engineering and uncompromised performance elevate the M3 to "super car" performance right off the showroom floor.
As if that's not enough, the previous owner of this beautiful BMW has taken the factory M3 package to a new level. Tastefully modified in both aesthetics and performance, this car presents an opportunity to own a truly special driving machine.
With less than 42,000 miles, this M3 has been beautifully maintained. Finished in its factory Carbon Metallic color, the body has been tastefully upgraded with a lightweight carbon fiber hood with four louvered vents, adding an even more aggressive look to the car. Although there is a stress crack in the paint of this hood, the original BMW hood comes along with the car and can easily be returned to original if desired.
Under that racing-inspired hood lies the factory 3.2L inline six mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Performance has been upgraded with an Active Autowerke Supercharger and Methanol Injection System. Exhaust gases are handled through a deep-toned Supersprint dual exhaust system.
Performance springs and suspension give the M3 an aggressive stance, while Dinan brushed aluminum tower braces with carbon fiber inserts stabilize both front struts and rear shocks. Dronnell 19 inch seven spoke brushed aluminum wheels accentuate the M3's performance attitude and are wrapped with Toyo Proxes T1R tires to maximize the already phenomenal grip.
Inside the M3, a luxurious but business-like interior accommodates the most discerning driver. Heated leather performance seats and Harmon Kardon audio provide the comfort, performance and luxury one would expect from this premium sports sedan, while custom billet shifter and other accessories remind the driver of its more sporting nature.
To reserve this one-of-a-kind M3 for your collection, call Art & Speed at (901) 850-0507.
Art & Speed offers fine collectible automobiles, from original survivor to quality driver, show, and investment cars. We specialize in muscle cars, 50s and 60s classics, as well as modern performance, luxury and exotic cars.
Through our network of resources and professional restoration services, Art & Speed can also help you locate that special car you have been searching for. Or let us build the car of your dreams.
Art & Speed not only buys quality collector cars, but we also offer a consignment program for our clients who want to sell one car or a complete collection. Employing technology, we market your car to the broadest international audience possible. Art & Speed can also assist you in changing the composition of your current collection. We offer both buyer and seller agent services and can take your car to major auction events for maximum exposure.
This vehicle is being sold as-is, where-is with no warranty expressed, written or implied. Although we make every effort to describe each vehicle as accurately as possible, any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgement solely. The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.
Terms & Conditions
We reserve the right to end this auction/listing at any time as the vehicle is available for sale in our showroom as well as other internet venues.
Deposit of $500 required within 24 hours of auction close. Deposits are not refunded unless the vehicle does not match our description. All vehicles must be paid in full within 5 business days via certified bank funds or wire transfer. Shipping is not included in price. However we will assist the buyer with arranging shipping. Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs.
Please call (901) 483-4633 with any questions.
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We've seen big recalls and we've seen small ones. Some involve millions of vehicles, and some - like the Infiniti Q50 recall on which we reported just the other day - involve just a couple dozen. But this has to be the smallest recall we've seen yet.
"Due to a production process error" in the BMW X3, states the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the notice below, "the team seam on the instrument panel was not manufactured correctly." Big friggin' whoop, you say? Well, NHTSA points out that it could hinder the deployment of the airbag and send fractures flying everywhere.
The problem was discovered in a select few examples of the 2013 BMW X3 - both xDrive 28i and 35i models - manufactured in the later part of February this year. And by "select few," we literally mean a few - as in three. Three examples are being recalled. If you happen to be one of those three owners, expect to hear from your local dealership.
A Tasty Bit Of Old School For The New School
Against the backdrop of fervent hand-wringing from brand purists, BMW is on the cusp of finally offering front-wheel-drive vehicles. While that's a shock to the constitution, many are pointing to the company's fine-handling Mini offerings as an article of faith that it can get this drivetrain paradigm shift right. That may be true, but there's an even more important lesson that Mini has taught the decision-makers in Munich: how to make real money on small cars.
Before Mini came along, BMW - along with seemingly every other premium European automaker - never really figured out how to coax big dollars out of American wallets without developing cars that had large footprints, at least those other than sports cars. While the automaker really got rolling in America on the strength of little bantamweights like the 2002, it veered away from small cars sometime in the '80s. BMW subsequently crashed and burned with the cut-and-shut 318ti built off its E36 3 Series and, good as it is, the 1 Series hasn't given the company meaty volume or profits, either. Among other brands, the Audi A3 has never rung up big numbers, and the less said about the painful sales figures of the Volvo C30, the better. But Mini has beat the odds, blazing a more affordable and evidently compelling trail. As of late, the company's Countryman softroader has been a massive hit worldwide. No surprise then that BMW has reconsidered bringing over its smallest softroader, the X1, to the US.
Who knew that diecast model makers could be such a good source of leaks? Less than a month after a diecast model 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA in China, someone overseas at Diecast Empire or Jadi Modelcraft could get a bath in boiling oil for leaking uncamouflaged images of the next-generation BMW X5.
Naturally, that assumes that this image from a brochure from a Jadi brochure is indeed the F15 BMW X5 - it was posted to Diecast Empire's Facebook page. In its favor, the lines all add up if we compare it to the most revealing spy shots we have of the coming crossover - the headlight corners, the metal trim separating the kidney grille from the opening just above the license plate, the cut of the swage line, and the fact that the model picture reveals all of the most important character pieces that BMW has kept covered.
There's something written on the door of the model image that isn't in the spy shots, but that could be an xDrive badge. We will see the genuine article soon enough and we'll know for sure. For now, we might have already seen its facsimile in miniature.