This Z3 Coupe was posted for sale on eBay by tango_feroz of Seattle, Washinton with 140,500 for $10,900, or best offer. The first image from the listing, and the first one in this post, is what caught my attention. It’s a great shot. The Coupe appears to be all stock, aside from the Style 224 wheels from a Z4 (19×8 ET42, 19×9 ET30).
This Z3 Coupe was posted for sale on bimmerforums.com by mmeccam of Fort Worth, Texas with 72k miles for $15,500. The sunroof delete Coupe hasÂ a number of Dinan mods including: exhaust, intake, throttle body, and programming. It appears stock, otherwise. This is a nice looking Coupe with a mild and tasteful set of mods, which compliment the already fairly potent non-M M54 engine.
This Z3 Coupe was posted on craigslist.org in Chicago, IL for $16,000 with 55,186 miles. The price seems a bit high given that it is an automatic, and has the generally lesser appealing beige interior. Additionally, there is some damage to the center console visible, along with odd placement of the alarm indicator and glass breakage sensor. The Coupe has pinstriping running from the center crease of the hood along the side below the windows. It’s an interesting touch that I don’t recall seeing before. The Coupe appears to be all stock.
This Z3 Coupe was posted for sale by Elite Automotive of Bristol, TN on eliteautomotivellc.net with 52,727 miles for $14,985. The automatic Coupe appears to be all stock, aside from the tinted windows. This is my wife’s ideal Coupe. If it weren’t for the fact that we have 2 little kids (a 3 year old and a 4 month old), I might be negotiating with the seller right now. While an automatic isn’t what most people would choose, it’s my wife’s preference. This is a nice looking Coupe, and appears to be in good condition.
This Z3 Coupe was posted on z3-forum.de by hawky007 in the member gallery. Mods include: suspension, exhaust (Eisenmann?), M side grilles, and wheels. I’m not sure what the wheels are, but they look similar to BBS LMs. Although, they must be replicas as they have 30 bolts, rather than 20 bolts like genuine LMs.