BaT Auction: 2007 BMW Z4 M Coupe
This 2007 BMW Z4 M Coupe is finished in Sepang Bronze Metallic over Light Sepang Bronze leather and was purchased by the seller from CarMax in November 2015. 19,306 miles have been added since, and the odometer now shows 79,511 total miles. Power comes from an unmodified 3.2-liter S54 inline-six paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. The car has reportedly been kept stock aside from deleting the factory clutch delay valve. The seller has primarily maintained this M Coupe himself, and recent service receipts accompany the sale. This BMW is now being offered with a clear Carfax and a clean Virginia title in the seller’s name.
According to the included Carfax, this M Coupe was involved in an accident on July 19, 2009. After inspecting the car, the seller states that the incident appears to have involved the front of the vehicle. Some slight overspray is present where the nose panel meets the front right inner fender well, and it appears that the windshield was replaced at some point. New factory exterior M badges were added by the seller shortly after his purchase. Current wear includes the following:
- Rear bumper scuff
- Small dents on top of right rear fender and in middle of passenger door
- Rock chips on nose panel and behind the rear wheels
- Scrapes on the bottom of the nose splitter
- Half-inch hairline cracks around oversized front license plate bolts installed by CarMax
- Cracks in plastic valance below windshield wipers (no leaks)
OEM 18″ split-spoke alloy wheels remain fitted, and new rear 265/40 series Sumitomo HTR ZIII tires were installed during the seller’s ownership. The front tires will need replacing soon.
The Light Sepang Bronze upholstery is accented by aluminum trim on the door pulls, center console, and dashboard. This particular M Coupe is not fitted with BMWs dash-mounted pop-up navigation system, which is known for rattling.
Equipment includes power windows/mirrors/locks, cruise control, automatic xenon headlamps, automatic climate control, a CD stereo, and more. After purchasing this BMW, the seller had CarMax replace the air conditioning compressor and several other minor items under warranty. Receipts for the work are included.
The 3.2-liter S54 inline-six and 6-speed manual transmission have been kept stock aside from removing the factory clutch delay valve. The most recent engine oil and filter change was completed on June 3, 2018, and the following maintenance has been performed by the seller:
- Regular oil changes
- Replaced transmission oil with Royal Purple 01512 Synchromax high performance synthetic
- Replaced differential oil with Royal Purple 01301 Max Gear 75W-140 high performance synthetic
- Replaced differential input shaft seal
- Replaced muffler-to-midpipe clamps
- Replaced clutch delay valve with UUC CDV delete and bled line using ATE type 200 fluid
- Installed OEM NGK spark plugs
- Replaced leaking dipstick tube to oil pan o-ring seal
- Installed missing underbody panel bolts and speed clips
Some oil spray is present on the underside of the transmission case. It was caused by the dipstick tube to oil pan o-ring seal, which was recently replaced as mentioned above. The seller notes surface rust on the brake rotor edges and cross-drilled holes. Over 25 undercarriage photos are provided in the extensive gallery below.
The Carfax shows the aforementioned July 2009 accident and reports registration in New York, Virginia, Massachusetts, and Washington DC. Consistent odometer readings and 24 service history records are also recorded.
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