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The Gstaad Sale / 1999 BMW Z3M Coupe Chassis no. WBSCM91020LB56751
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European Sales Manager
International Chairman for Motoring
Commencing in the early 1980s with the limited edition 'homologation special' M3, BMW Motorsport GmbH went on to create its own distinctive 'M-Power' brand of performance-enhanced luxury models. Introduced in January 1998 and built until February 2001 when the model was revised, the first-series Z3M Coupé and Roadster were powered by the 3,201cc S50 engine producing 321bhp and 258lb/ft of torque; figures that translated into a tyre-smoking 0-60mph (97km/h) time of 5.2 seconds and a top speed of 155mph (249km/h). The fastest-accelerating BMW ever at the time of its introduction, the Z3M Coupé boasted a generous specification that included electric windows, ABS, PAS, air conditioning, heated seats, driver/passenger air bags, six-speaker stereo system, alarm/immobiliser, heated exterior mirrors, 17" alloy wheels, and a limited-slip differential as standard. Combining outrageous looks and performance with impressive practicality, the Z3M Coupé was not replaced within BMW's line-up after its deletion in 2002, and is surely destined for 'highly collectible' status in the future. The total production was 6,291 Z3M coupés.
Delivered new to Japan, this exciting Z3M Coupe features various desirable enhancements provided by BMW's long-time competitions collaborators, Schnitzer. These additions consist of a rear spoiler, chromed exhaust pipe embellishers, front splitter, limited edition alloy wheels, and custom pedals, all of which are perfectly suited to the car and make it look slightly more aggressive. No changes were made to the engine or drive train.
Finished in Imola Red with black Nappa leather interior, this car has had only four owners and is described by the vendor as accident free. In July 2017 (at 57,500 kilometres) BMW specialists ProTech Cars of Aylesbury, UK, undertook various works including a service and inspection, refurbishing the alloy wheels and fitting a new battery, plus full external and internal detailing. In March 2018, the BMW was imported into Switzerland and converted to meet Swiss requirements. These works included new front lights, new shock absorbers, new manufacturer's plate, new service book in French, four new tyres, noise and pollution tests, engine-specific check and a general check at a cost of CHF6,300. In 2019 the car was finally registered in Switzerland and the current owner then spent CHF10,500 on various improvements.
Presented in excellent condition, having covered circa 65,000 kilometres from new and a mere 5,000 over the last six years, the car is offered with invoices, a Swiss Carte Grise, owner's manual, service records, a BMW battery charger, and a BMW black car cover.