Entering production in 1995, the BMW Z3 was a small, two seat sports car that was a bit more conventional in design than the crazy Z1. Offered in coupe and roadster forms, the Z3 was the first BMW car to be produced outside Germany. A variety of 4 and 6 cylinder engines were offered from the sedan range and were mated to manual and automatic transmissions. The Z3 gained some quick fame when it was James Bond's car of choice in GoldenEye and a rare special edition was even offered.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1996 BMW Z3. The car is finished in Alpine white with a beige interior and a black soft top. The convertible top looks good and has a clear back window. The body is very clean and straight. The 1.9 liter twin cam 4 cylinder produces 138hp and makes for a revvy and fun driving experience, especially when coupled to the smooth shifting automatic gearbox. The stock 16in wheels are in great condition and wrapped in Michelin Pilot tires. Other great features are A/C, on board trip computer, AM/FM/ cassette tape stereo, 2 sets of key including a valet key, and the original owners manual in the glovebox.
This 1996 BMW Z3 has been well cared for and has a stack of service records with it. One family owned since new when the father purchased from Elmhurst BMW in 1996 and then selling to his son about 8yrs after. Car has been pampered and cared for like one of the family and the overall condition is very evident of a loved vehicle. If you're looking for a fun and clean convertible to cruise this summer, you won't find a better one.