2002 BMW Z3 1.9 Convertible

Sold: £3,575

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Manufacturer:  BMW
First Registered:  2002
Model:  Z3 1.9 Convertible
Registration No:  GX02 CZG
Mileometer:  87,000
Chassis No:  WBACM12000LH98549
MOT:  24 August 2021
Colour:  Topaz Blue

The BMW Z3 is BMW's first mass-produced roadster, and was the first new BMW model to be manufactured in the United States. E36/7 refers to the roadster variant of the Z3 which was introduced in 1995, and E36/8 refers to the coupe variant of the Z3 which was released in 1999. The BMW Z3 was introduced by BMW North America on June 12, 1995 and made a short appearance in the James Bond film Golden Eye on November 17, 1995. In the 1996 production run, more than 15,000 roadsters were sold out by the time the car was introduced. A facelift for the car was introduced in 2000, and the Z3 ended production in 2002 when it was replaced by the BMW Z4.

The 2002 BMW Z3 offered here is described by the vendor as a very good example that drives very well. The body and paintwork are very good and the two tone blue and black leather interior is excellent. The car comes with heated seats, roll over protection, 5 star sports alloy wheels, original tool kit, and a modern upgraded sound system. The car has recently been serviced, MOTd, a new drop link fitted and a rear speed sensor. These are great little sports cars that are very reliable and fun to drive.

A drop box with more photos of the car: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/58kjn629wn4ihqe/AADcG8Wa4GyUBJHplwuwJM_ua?dl=0

A video of the engine running: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/glfyoqepnn62sk8/AACTr3VT-s8lNt5T61YWk8jxa?dl=0

Note: This description is provided by the vendor and unless otherwise stated is 'Not Verified' by Barons or any person employed by Barons. Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any statements made, whether they be statements of fact or opinion.

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