1999 Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut

1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete

 

This Z3 Coupe was posted for sale on autoseller.it in Pozzuoli, Naples, Italy with 63,580 km (39,506 miles) for € 10,000 (~$12,535 USD). If I had to use one word to describe this Coupe, it would be ‘ideal’. My wife has wanted a Coupe for sometime now, and this one would be perfect for her. Alpine White over Walnut with Chrome Line trim, sunroof delete and an automatic transmission. It even has low miles, and a reasonable price to boot. The only way it could get any better if it had an M54 (3.0) engine, and extended leather. Those are quite unimportant to her, though. This single owner Coupe appears to be all stock, with the exception of the staggered Style 135 18″ wheels from a Z4 or E46 M3, and an unknown brand of exhaust.

 

1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete
1999 BMW Z3 Coupe | Alpine White | Walnut | Automatic Transmission | Sunroof Delete

 

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  1. Josh S

     /  July 4, 2012

    That’s the only other Coupe I’ve ever noticed that had the same interior treatment as my race car, with the “titanium” instrument cluster, headlight knob, and climate control knobs. Mine was a 5-speed and also had matching plastic on the shift knob.

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    • Jeremy

       /  July 5, 2012

      I really like the look. Your race car had that interior, or another Coupe you owned?

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  2. Josh S

     /  July 5, 2012

    Yes, the race car. It was black on black but had that same interior treatment. The center console trim was real aluminum but the other “grayish” stuff was all plastic. I liked the idea but have to admit that it did look a little cheap.

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