1997 Bmw Z3 Convertible Project - Just Needs Paint on 2040-parts.com
Petersburg, Michigan, US
This was my project car - scuff sanded the body after filling all nicks, but that was over a year ago, so it will need prepped again before paint. The car runs and drives great - 1.9 liter 4 cylinder and 5 speed transmission, miles are just under 140k. Maybe 1000 miles on a new clutch. The car has been sitting, so rust will need knocked off from the brakes, but other than that, nice little car. The wheels are pitted and a tire or two has a slow leak, but I have replacement tires if you want them (used). Everything is present to reassemble, minus the interior door panels (they were not given to me from my buddy when I received the car as payment on a loan). As it sits, the front support and radiator are out (they were removed as the engine was going to be pulled for the engine bay to be painted along with the rest of the car). Clean and clear Michigan you know what. A $500 deposit is due within 24 hours of offer acceptance. Remainder due within 7 days of offer acceptance. The car can sit on property for 30 days free of charge, after that, you will be responsible for $200 a month storage. Local pickup only -
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Mon, 09 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0800
GM boss Bob Lutz Retires
By Ben Whitworth
09 February 2009 17:41
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