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2007 Bmw 335i Coupe Grey W/ Chrome Trim 20" Rims Jb4 Twin Turbos 450hp Fast! on 2040-cars

US $14,100.00
Year:2007 Mileage:82500
Location:

Eden Prairie, Minnesota, United States

Eden Prairie, Minnesota, United States

 2007 BMW 335i Coupe Grey W/ Chrome Trim 20" Rims JB4 Twin Turbos 450HP

About the car, Includes:

Twin Turbos
JB4 tuner ($450)
AA downpipes ($1200)
Really nice 20" wheels that have perfect offset ($3,000)
4 New low profile tires, 295/30/20 Back (Almost a foot wide) 245/30/20 Front ($1000)
Stock "sport" springs that ride excellent but look lowered with the 20" rims
Real M3 steering wheel ($1,000) -Can paddle shift 5 speed manual also.
Spark Plugs and Cap just replaced
Leather Fold Down Seats
Sunroof
Euro Plate ( Also have a standard state license plate holder that is swappable)
Dark Tint
Very rare duke dynamics front bumper (No longer available almost $1k for unpainted bumper)
Bluetooth that streams music from phone or ipod
Front brakes just done

All upgrades where done with taste in mind. The car is not loud, rough or jerky. its very smooth and clean

Up to date on maintenance. This car needs $0 invested. Its done its pristine and ready to drive.

2 keys and all the books

loaded up with options keyless go, brushed aluminum trim, Navigation, I drive, sunroof, rare folding rear seats
The tuner in the car is capable of running a slight e85 and 93 octane mix and anytime and it will auto-tune to the mix. the combination of this tune and the down pipes puts this car around 450HP. it's very very fast being it weighs nothing. This car will easily walk any new m3 or v10 m5 at just a fraction of the cost.



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