1999 BMW Z3 Roadster
Well optioned 1.9 litre automatic example with electric hood, walnut dash, extended Oxblood leather and heated seats showing just 80,472 miles from 9 year lady ownership
Dating from February 1999 this pretty BMW Z3 hails from the earlier ‘narrow body’ generation as featured in James Bond’s Golden Eye and is finished in Arctic Silver Metallic with contrasting black Mohair soft-top and sits upon its original 16” five-spoke alloy wheels.
Under the shapely bonnet, we find the 1.9 litre M44B19 four-cylinder petrol engine which produces 138Bhp and 180NM of torque driving the rear wheels here, via four-speed GM 4L30-E automatic transmission.
Inside the cockpit, we find a delightful oxblood leather interior with extended leather to the dash top, doors and steering wheel rim. We also find walnut trim, black carpets with red over mats, M-Sport steering wheel, air conditioning, two-stage heated seats, traction/stability control, electric soft-top operation, digital clock, original radio/cassette player, electric windows and electric mirrors.
The Z3 shows just 80,742 miles and has been with our lady owner for the last nine years and presents well.
The history file includes the V5C revealing six former keepers, 13 old MOTs, purchase invoice for when our vendor bought the car showing 72,821 miles and a selection of bills for parts and routine maintenance including a recent new battery, wind deflector purchase, recent brake pads and replacement brake calliper in July 2020 and evidence of a service dated August 2018 at 79,000 miles.
The current MOT is valid until June 2023 and recorded 17 minor advisories worth considering (enter the reg at check-mot.service.gov.uk). Bar that, the car looks ready to enjoy and is on offer at No Reserve, so the highest bid takes it home.
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Reg No: R698ENF
Chassis Number: WBACH720X0L012269
Engine Number: 08358982
Engine Size: 1895
Docs: V5C; owner's books; invoices; 13 old MOTs; current MOT June 2023 with 17 advisories
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