Due to a recent addition to our family, I am looking to trade my Coupe for a sedan. I am looking for an E39 M5. I am willing to add cash on my end obviously. I absolutely love my coupe and I am only looking for a trade that has been as well cared for as mine. I am in no rush and can easily wait until the right car comes along.
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1998 BMW M3 Coupe Individual
Schwarz II Black on Black
18 Button OBC
Manual Heated Vaders
Power Rear Window Vents! (Euro option only)
Kenwood Headunit w/ ipod capability
AFE Intake w/ heatshield
Rogue Engineering Carbon Fiber Strut Bar
Turner Motorsports Adjustable Rear Control Arms
Bilstein Rear Shocks
H&R Sport Springs
Z3M Short Shifter
Delrin Shift Bushings
OEM ZHP Shift Knob
Alcantara 3-spoke Steering Wheel w/ ///M Stitching and Carbon Fiber Inserts
Alcantara Shift and E-Brake Boots w/ ///M Stitching
18x8.5 CSL Replica Wheels - Square Setup
BRAND NEW Hankook Ventus V12 Evo 235/40/18 tires
DDM Tuning Velocity Splitters
Cooling System was replaced by a previous owner including an aluminum thermostat housing.
Clutch was also replaced by a previous owner and is strong
Brakes and Rotors have tons of life left.
Valve Cover Gasket - OEM
Oil Filter Stand Gasket - OEM
Serpentine Belts - OEM
Idler Pulley - OEM
Belt Tensioner - OEM
Power Steering Lines - OEM
Coolant Hose off Throttle Body - OEM
Rear Trailing Arm Bushings - UUC
Rear Strut Mounts - OEM
Brand New Headliner
This is easily an above average example of an E36 M3 with a few high quality modifications. You will be hard pressed to find one that is loved as much as this one is. I maintained this car as if I was going to keep it for a very long time, but, my wife and I had our first child recently and the coupe is just not going to work out. This car is rediculously clean and gets compliments all the time.
This M3 was a Texas car for most of its life (up until 100k miles or so) and has been in Tennessee ever since. Because of this, there is absolutely no rust on the car. I did all the maintenance that I could, myself. For the tasks that I could not, the car strictly went to European Auto Garage in Knoxville, TN. Please feel free to look them up as they are a highly respected shop in this area of the country.
The UUC RTABs make a little noise. I am planning on having them re-greased but just have not gotten around to it. The paint is in great condition for a 14 year old car except for 1 spot. On the drivers side front quarter panel there is a tennis ball size spot where the clear coat is struggling. It really is not that obvious but I am trying to be up front as possible. The interior is above average but the drivers side seat has typical wear on the outside bolster. The front door panels have the typical vinyl sagging, I have been keeping an eye out for a mint set to replace them with, but have not found any yet.
It does have an intermitent check engine light for the evap system. It comes and goes but does not affect performance in the least. The previous owner had one of the side airbags unplugged when I bought it, I have fixed it but the srs light still needs to be reset.
The hood props just stopped working this week, hoping to address this very soon.
This is a well cared for E36 M3 and it will not dissapoint.
Onto the pics: