1998 Bmw Z3 Roadster Convertible 2-door 1.9l on 2040-cars
Wagoner, Oklahoma, United States
Up for sale is this `98 BMW Z3 Roadster with a blown engine. It will need a new block due to the corner of block being blown out due to the seizing of a rod bearing I`m guessing. Everything was in working order at the time of the failure. It has Vox Legra satin finished wheels with a polished lip. Nitto NT450 Extreme Performance tires that have no more than 4000 mi. on them. I also have the stock wheels for an additional price. During a storm a tree limb fell on the car while the cover was on it denting the drivers side fender. Could possibly be fixed with paintless dent removal as the paint was not broken through, cracked, or pierced. See pictures. Buyer is responsible for shipping.
If you have any question feel free to call. 918-277-3487. If I am not able to answer I will return your call ASAP and will try to answer any and all questions. Thanks
Now, apparently I have been told by eBay that this was a salvage car and then reconstructed based upon the Vin#. I was unaware of this as I bought it from an Auto Trader ad. Oops....! Nothing wrong with the car so I'm not gonna give it away, just needs a new engine. All reasonable offers will be considered.
BMW Z3 for Sale
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