2003 BMW 318CI Cabriolet (E46)

Appealing Cabriolet with 2.0 petrol engine, manual 'box, leather interior, power hood and clean MOT until Sept 2022

Supplied new by Sytner BMW of Solihul in April 2003 this E46 generation of 3-series Cabriolet comes to us in 318CI guise and is powered by the 2.0 litre N42B20 engine developing 143Bhp and 200NM of torque driving the rear wheels via 5-speed manual transmission.

Finished in Orient Blue metallic the car rides on its original 16inch 7-spoke alloy wheels in silver with black Mohair hood and looks to be unmodified. Inside, we find black leather trim and comfortable SE spec seats with electric operation and driver memory, multi-function steering wheel, front fog lamps, digital climate control with AC, BMW Business radio CD player, fully electric roof, traction control, trip computer, cruise control, electric windows and mirrors with M-Sport gear-knob and silver trim.

Showing 94,261 miles, the car looks in good order with but a few marks evident to the body and few parking dings consummate with its age and mileage as pictured. The history file includes the V5C showing just 4 former keepers, the thick owner’s pack with service book revealing 4 stamps including PDI, the last at 48,817 miles in 2011 by Glenfield Autocare and a further stamp for a brake fluid change in 2009 by the same garage.

In addition, the file includes a selection of invoices including, most recently a new clutch kit in September 2021 and current MOT valid until September 2022 with no advisories recorded plus other assorted parts and maintenance invoices along with 11 old MOTs and 2 keys.

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Reg No: BF03CYX
Chassis Number: WBABP72060JY90635
Engine Number: A667G895
Engine Size: 1995
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 4 stamps inc. PDI; 11 old MOTs; invoices; current MOT Sept-22 with no advisories

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 120

Lot ended

Thursday 28/10/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£1,836
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