2007 Z4 M Coupe - Silver Grey/black interior/carbon leather trim/navigation
Just bought in February of this year. It was a bit of an impulse buy due to mid-life 'crisis' and interest in launching a new, main hobby in my life. I can afford it and love it, but I am considering selling it due to different perspectives on my life now--some spiritual motivations (glad to explain if interested). No need to sell, will only sell if I get the right price (not looking to make profit, just avoid losing money due to original costs of taxes, shipping, insurance, purchase of new complete set of tools and garage equipment).
Completely stock (some cosmetic options--shifter knob, stubby antennae--original stock items saved and included). This is an amazing car--runs incredibly smoothly, excellent condition inside and out (floor mats are pretty worn out, and some front bumper dings/bumps, and wheels have some curb rash, but very reasonable and hardly any impact on cosmetic appearance).
Never tracked--just driven around the mountain roads of north Georgia a few times (even the clutch delay valve has never been removed). Garaged 90% of time since purchase. People think it is a brand new car... especially those who don't know what it is.
Brand new front OEM rotors and performance brake pads. New windshield cowl, replaced many fluids... all work that I've done is recorded. Comes with full set (4) of aftermarket wheels and tires... in addition to stock rims with like-new tires. I bought a bunch of tools (to build a garage from scratch, for tinkering on the car) but will include all of them in car purchase.
If you know what this car is, you need no convincing. If you don't, it is a rare driver-oriented, high-performance German driving machine (a true sports car) that is highly respected by critics and owners alike. Only 1815 of them ever made for all of North America (meaning much less exist today, 10 years later, especially stock, with decently low mileage). One of the best videos to give you a good impression: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ix2zFVInkgs
Glad to answer questions and get more info... just posting this in a rush because I've put it off too long.