2001 BMW M3 (E46) convertible, black on black in and out (custom black grills and wheels, black leather seats). I LOVE LOVE this car and baby it but we have new baby in the house and although it fits baby seat just fine (has the metal clips), it's too difficult to get him in and out and time to get minivan or SUV. Drives like dream.
All major scheduled maintenance done (Inspection and Inspection IIs.... the most recent Inspection II, scheduled for 120k done 127,384 on 1/10/215 Solo Motorsports in Norcross, GA). I have records for, believe, everything since purchased in 2010 and also have the dealer pulled records what was in the system from when it was new until bought it. Pristine condition other than the leather on driver seat which is worn in places and coming unstitched in others plus the passenger leathers is wearing where you get in and out but is still intact. See pics. No cracks or scratches in doors, dash, and overall interior otherwise. Electric seat controls, both seat heaters work well and fast, cassette, CD changer in trunk (I've never used and the DICE Silverline audio adapter uses the CD input to play through iPhone) New convertible top as of 2011. I baby this car. Wash and wax regularly. Just had full detail with clay bar conditioning done this week as you can see from the photos. Also condition leathers regularly. New battery as of ~6 mos ago. Always cranks like dream even after sitting for week. Replaced several inside, center console parts with OEM in the past year (ashtray door, shifter boot, brake boot and console, rear ashtray and sliding door). Custom mods: Beyern Spartan 19" matte black wheels (!$1500 value) I believe can add in the original wheels but it's not guaranteed. Touch base if this is deal maker for you (but the current wheels are WAY nicer.)Matte black front and side grillsUUC Ultimate Short ShifterTop notch, premium, after market sound (Bavarian Soundworks stage upgrade plus sub-woofer); DICE Silverline audio adapter for any smartphone player with headphone jack Remus exhaust (growly)K&N cold air intakeNew factory/dealerships replaced key-fob less than year agoIssues slight maintenance needed in future: -driver seat leather mentioned above -little jets that spray front headlights and the trays they sit in are missing. Easily replaced if desired but haven't done so. -some scratches on passenger door window tint. Easily replaced -some small blemishes road chips in front of hood and area, typical of used car with miles Review photos. LOCAL PICKUP ONLY. ZIP CODE 30307. Any shipping would need be to be arranged by buyer and handled locally (seller will not be involved in any shipping arrangements). I am in town to arrange visit and test drive Sat Mon, 9/2 9/4 and again Friday-Sun 9/8 9/10. I can arrange visit to the car Tu-Th 9/5 9/7 but would have to discuss potential test drive arrangements as will be out of town but we can figure something out of needed. From the Car and Driver magazine "first drive review" when it came out in 2001:
"The engine is an absolute gem. This ferocious, screaming motor hurtles the M3 down the road with an urgency that now rivals the world's best sports cars from Porsche and Chevrolet. BMW estimates the M3 will hit 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds and will eat up quarter-mile in 13.5 seconds-on par with the 911 Carrera and Corvette -- and we think those numbers are accurate......
On the road, where corners are taken at significantly slower speeds than on racetrack, the story is markedly different. The M3 feels heroic once again. From the driver's seat, you'd never know you were piloting passenger car; the feel is pure sports car, with an agility and crispness that belies its practical abilities." http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2001-bmw-m3-first-drive-review