This M Coupe was spotted somewhere near Portland, Oregon almost 3 years ago. The Evergreen paint and roof rack immediately caught my attention. Looking closer, the rack isn’t the typical Thule 753 or OE BMW roof rack. Based upon the round bars, I think it’s a Yakima model. The carbon fiber quarter panels aren’t something I remember seeing on a Coupe before, either. The aftermarket kidney grilles are an unfortunate choice. They stand out, but not in a desirable way. Luckily that’s an easy and cheap fix. Please chime in if you know more about this Coupe.
This M Coupe was listed on eBay in Jacksonville, FL by 02parts4u with 71,200 miles. It sold outside of eBay for $19,000. There wereÂ only 41 Evergreen M Coupes sold in North America, only 27 with an Evergreen/Black interior. This Coupe is essentially all stock, with the exception of Brembo brakes, and 3M clear bra. While Evergreen certainly isn’t everybody’s cup of tea, it’s a very unique color, that differentiates the design of the Coupe that much more.
This M Coupe was posted for sale by Tony Erker on carandclassic.co.uk in Bergheim, Germany with 52,000 km (32,311 miles). The Coupe appears to be mostly stock aside from tinted windows, silver vinyl racing stripes, body color matched hatch spoiler, covers for the clutch and brake pedals, dash mount for navigation, and some sort of audio equipment mounted to the center console.
This M Coupe was posted on automobile.it in Quattro Castella, Italy with 90k km (55,923 miles) for â‚¬17,800 (~$23Â 036.76 USD). I like the look of the matte charcoal (I assume vinyl) roof, and the coordinating painted or powder coated wheels. Aside from that, the sunroof delete M Coupe appears to be all stock.
This M Coupe was posted for sale on autoscout24.eu in Giulianova, Italy with 75,000 km (46,602 miles) for â‚¬25,000 (~$34,760 USD). This Evergreen/Evergreen, sunroof delete Coupe must be extremely rare. There is only 1 EG/EG sunroof delete M Coupe in the US, obviously with an S52, rather than an S50 like this Coupe. There are said to have been 2,178 LHD S50 M Coupes produced, whereas there were 2,180 S52 M Coupes produced. Very similar numbers. There were 41 Evergreen M Coupes produced for the US, and I suspect that those numbers are similar, if not less elsewhere. The Coupe appears to be all stock with the exception of newer 2000+ headlights with chrome trim rings, and the suspension seems a bit lower, so it may be aftermarket. The kidney grille slats also seem to be chrome trimmed, which makes me think that it is a 2000, but the ad indicates that it was first registered 4/1999.