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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
I have an 2000 M Roadster that I'm looking to sell. 126K miles, clean title. This is a gem of a car that's been extremely well-maintained. It's also quite a bit quicker than a stock S52 Roadster.

Titanium silver with silver & black leather interior.

The car comes with the complete AC Schnitzer Type II Race package, which includes the 3-piece forged wheels, exhaust, and interior/cosmetic pieces. I have the AC Schnitzer kit up for sale as a separate piece, so this ad may change if those sell.

Misc. addons:
* Stainless steel headers w/ secondary cat delete (vicious growl w/ the ACS exhaust, but no annoying drone or blatty noise)
* Gruppe M E36 M3 carbon fiber short ram intake ($1100) and K&N filter
* 4500K HID bulbs
* Black leather ///M ZHP shift knob
* Valentine 1 mount & hardwire (V1 detector NOT included unless otherwise discussed)
* Short shifter kit
* New Kevlar full-face clutch disc w/ Fidanza lightweight flywheel
* New guibo, battery, convertible top
* New tires [Hankook Ventus V12 EVO2 225/40/18 front, Bridgestone Potenza RE750 275/35/18 rear]
* New ///M and BMW emblems

The audio has been entirely redone with a Pioneer dash unit, RF Prime front & rear 5.25" 80W RMS 4ohm 2-way speakers, RF Prime tweeters in the A-pillar location, 80w RMS (840w peak) x 4ch amplifier, RF Prime 8" subwoofer & amplifier in the rear. Sounds much better than the stock system. (you can hear your stereo at 90mph with the top down)

No oil leaks. There is some paint cracking on the front lip where you'd drive over bumps or out of steep driveways. (note: convertible power motor does not operate, top must be raised/lowered manually. since it only takes seconds, I never cared to fix this)

This is a fantastic car for anyone who wants to track an M; it's very low to the ground and handles amazingly well. With the upgrades, it's a very quick car. $13k takes it. Alternatively, I'm looking to move into an S54 Roadster/Coupe (or possibly a Z4 3.0)... if you have one and would like to trade, let's talk.

[Note: I'll get some more pictures of the car and put them in the thread once I get back home; I'm out of town currently. If you want pics of the engine bay, interior, etc. I'll have them up on Monday]


Same old same old
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Discussion Starter #2
the rest of the text I had in the ad:

* Fidanza lightweight flywheel (10.5lb vs stock 26lb)
* FX Stage 2 Kevlar full-face clutch disc & HD pressure plate
* Gruppe M carbon fiber intake system ($1199 from GruppeM)
* Short shift kit
* BMW ZHP counterweighted shift knob
* New guibo/flexdisc
* StopTech slotted/drilled rotors w/ Akebono ceramic pads
* New 225/40/18 front (Hankook Ventus V12 EVO) & 275/35/18 (Bridgestone Potenza RE760) rear tires

* Pioneer DEH-150MP MP3/CD/DVD player headunit
* Rockford Fosgate Punch 2-way 5.25" speakers w/ door tweeters (front) 80w RMS
* Pioneer TS-G1344R 2-way 5.25" speakers (rear) 80w RMS
* SPL FX4-840 840w peak 80w RMS*[email protected] speaker amplifier
* Rockford Fosgate Punch 10" subwoofer in enclosed box
* MTX Class D subwoofer amplifier
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