Selling my 2007 BMW Z4 M Coupe. This car is in superb condition, never crashed, never repainted, never off track. This car was ordered and built to be a street legal track toy, however it only made about 10 track laps at a slow pace and the rest were street miles. At 18,590 miles, this is the proverbial "barn find" of Z4 M Coupes - purpose built but mostly kept in storage.
I am selling due to a back issue which has kept me from enjoying or even driving the car. The window sticker (included with car) shows $52,720, and I have over $27,000 of invoices for additions and labor/tuning performed on this car by a professional race shop.
St Charles, IL
I'm second owner of the car, my dad was the first. It is in amazing condition. Obviously no accidents or paintwork. Driven very carefully (for my back's sake).
9.8/10, see photos. There is a small rock chip on the nose that I spotted while washing it for these photos.
9.8/10. Just amazing - it still has some new car smell in it. I think the passenger cupholder is missing a clip, I'm looking into this, this is not a device I would ever use in this car.
7/10. The 19" HRE Competition are excellent but they don't look as shiny as I would like. No known damage or bends, I don't think the car has ever hit a pothole. I believe the tires are fine with plenty of tread, but they are several years old. I personally would street drive them but if I were going to track the car I would replace them.
10/10, Fall-Line Motorsports knows these cars well, they modified and tuned this car. It is quick and it handles like it is on rails, stops on a dime, and is as close to perfect as I can imagine.
Additional Modifications incl labor/tuning:
4.10 diff $3200
HRE competition wheels $6000
Brembo M3 15" monoblock drilled front $4450
Brembo Z4 13.6" drilled rear $2950
Moton Club Sport Z4M +monoball+springs+fab+align/corner balance/tune $6750
Dinan throttle body $2000
Dinan strut brace + stg 2 brace $800
Sway bars $1000
For any inquiries, please email
Not parting out, under 18 must be accompanied by guardian