Lot 295 - 1997 BMW Z3 Roadster
|Odometer reading||70,000 miles|
|Result||Sold - £2,688|
The Z3 was the first modern mass-market roadster produced by BMW as well as the first new BMW model to be assembled in the United States. It was introduced as a 1996 model year vehicle, shortly after being featured in the James Bond movie 'Goldeneye'. While the film was number one at the box office, sales of the car peaked and it was sold out by the time the car was launched. The Z3 was designed by Joji Nagashima of the BMW design team and developed from the E36 platform of the 3 Series.
This lovely example is offered in very good condition throughout and is presented in metallic blue with black leather interior. It has two previous keepers, the first being a BMW dealership and the second was a lady who owned it from 1999 to 2017, when the present owner purchased the car. The present owner has kept the car in a heated garage, forming part of his own private classic car collection and is now only selling in order to downsize that collection. This wonderful little German sportscar comes with a full service history with only the last two stamps in the book being non BMW. The car comes with electric windows, heated rear screen, heated electric seats, original Blaupunkt stereo, original BMW factory hardtop, black Mohair hood and it also has two spare keys and fobs for the factory fitted BMW car alarm. Presented without reserve, this sports car offers fantastic value for money.
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