1999 BMW Z3


  • Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    94 862 km / 58 945 mi
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This classic car is for sale on Catawiki. To have more information or to place a bid click on the "BID NOW" button. .Beautiful and above all completely original BMW Z3 2.8 Automatic. COUPÉ with VERY LOW MILEAGE!

All the maintenance booklets and keys are present with the car.
I imported the car in 2010 from Germany, the odometer reading at the time was 94,440 km.

The car had two owners in Germany. Which makes me the third owner.

During the past 10 years, the car has always been stored in a heated and ventilated garage. Just in the spring and at the end of the summer, the car was taken for a trip to keep everything running.
Which is why the current odometer reading is only 94,862 km!

Of course, the car was carefully warmed up each time because of the very sporadic use.

* 19xx: 15,838 km
* 2004: 29,693 km
* 2005: 40,560 km
* 2006: 52,480 km
* 2007: 67,148 km
* 2009: 80,980 km
* Import GERMANY - the NETHERLANDS: 94,440 km
* Currently: 94.862

Because the car has not been used much, a maintenance service is recommended.
It is also advisable to renew the tyres because of their age (tread is fine).
Unfortunately, the code for the radio/CD-player has been lost, but it can be requested via a BMW dealer.
The nose of the car shows some signs of road metal.
Both exterior mirrors are corrosion-free (see photos)

The interior of the car is truly like new! Please also see the photos of the interior (the centre console has a minor dent).

The Z3 is fitted with a tow bar (!), of course only suitable for a bicycle carrier. As far as I know, it has never been used.

If you are looking for what is perhaps going to be the ultimate classic of the future, then this is your chance!
However, I do recommend a viewing before you place a bid. In order to prevent any unexpected disappointment. Please contact Catawiki to schedule an appointment.

The car can be viewed and picked up in Etten (Gelderland), the Netherlands.