1999 Bmw M Roadster No Reserve! on 2040-cars
Cornelia, Georgia, United States
|This is my 1999 BMW M Roadster. I LOVE this car, I am selling only because I bought an M3 and really don't need both. If you are looking you already know the M Roadster rarity. They only made 8900
total. Check out the wiki artricle!
I looked for over a year to find this one, an Imola Red on Black with the factory hard top. It has been well maintained. In the past year, new window regulators, new tires, new brakes, new Bilstein struts, and the wheels were refinished, and complete service. There is NO curb rash.
There are no mods aside from the Bilsteins. She runs and drives perfectly, I would drive it anywhere. AC is ice cold. No shuddering or pulling when braking, no strange vibrations.
Over all it's a 9/10. The sets are in great shape for age, the soft top is in avg shape. The rear window is new, but I have not installed it, it is in the box. It zips in, so takes under an hour from what I have read. The old window is fogged as consistent with age.
There is a mark here or there consistent with age. I had the car detailed 2 months ago, including clay bar and hand wax. She is pretty darn clean. The front bumper has marks consistent with age, the interior is a solid 9/10. The top can sometimes take a few pushes of the button to engage, but it has never let me down. It isn't weak, just sometimes takes a few pushes of the button to get the hint. The radio powers on with no dead pixels, but no sound, so would need a replacement or an aftermarket. If you are going to do it right, the factory speakers arent great in these cars so a new stereo and speakers is highly recommended and a very worthwhile upgrade. I enjoy the engine sound myself. ;)
The windows operate like new, thanks to the new regulators. No weird dash lights.
This car has been driven carefully and well maintained. Not abused, or raced, and has been garaged.
The factory hard-top ($1800 on ebay) is included with the sale.
Also included is the factory wind-screen ($290) and the original owners manual, as well as the original BMW tire repair kit. Also a full car cover is included.
I never get out of the car without a huge grin on my face. It is just a joy to drive. This is one that needs nothing but to hop in and enjoy.
NO reserve! If you are local feel free to come by and have a look. It is going to make the next owner very happy. Clear title in hand, never wrecked.
Thanks for looking!
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