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BMW Z3, Convertible
#100 of 104 Re: Looking for a car [Mr_Shiftright] Boxster  [Mr_Shiftright] 
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Dec 03, 2011 (1:59 pm)
#101 of 104 Re: Looking for a car [Mr_Shiftright] Boxster  [Mr_Shiftright]  [Mr_Shiftright]
Dec 03, 2011 (2:16 pm)
I corrected misspellings myself as I knew they were there when I clicked on spellcheck. It said No spelling errors found, so I fixed myself.
#102 of 104 Is it worth it ?
Dec 26, 2012 (11:55 pm)
I recently wrecked my Jeep and now have a chance to buy a 2000 BMW Z3. It has the power top and a optional hard top and rack. The car truly is mint. Only 30,000 miles from individual who found it to be not a practical car for them so it sat in a garage. My problem is the only other cars i find like this within 500 miles usually have close or over 100,000 miles or more. I would have to pay $3000- $4000 over current book value for this car. $13,000- $14,000 is what I think I can buy it for. Forget practical, Would you pay the "over price".
Any input would help. Thanks, John
#103 of 104 Re: Is it worth it ? [photooo7]
Dec 27, 2012 (6:35 am)
I'd say yes, but it's a tough call. 3 years ago I got a 1999 BMW Z3 Coupe for $16k with 12k miles on it. It's had some work to do from sitting around so long, but otherwise very pleased. Though I think the coupe is worth more for the uniquness factor. I think 13,000 is reasonable, realizing it'll still have some work down the road.
#104 of 104 Re: Is it worth it ? [lhs2miler]
Dec 28, 2012 (10:38 pm)
I bought it. Drove it. I'm in love with it. I'm used to all out American muscle. I have a 1970 Z/28, too nice to drive. A 1969 big block Camaro convertible, too Wild to drive . A 1995 Trans Am. OK to drive. But this Beamer just seems to shout " class " to everyone who sees it. Fun to drive. A different kind of power.