THIS... is a 2006 BMW M Coupe, finished in Black Sapphire Metallic with a black leather interior.
This "E86" Z4 M has received extensive modifications, though the engine remains stock. Some modifications include a Dinan 3.91 limited-slip differential, RPI exhaust, Dinan 19-inch wheels, Brembo 6- and 4-piston calipers, and much more.
Although it's a performance car, this M Coupe offers luxury features like leather upholstery, power seats with a memory function, heated seats, and air conditioning.
BMW introduced the E86 M Coupe in 2006 as a follow-up to the "E36/7/8" M Coupe and Roadster. According to the Z4M Coupe Buyer's Guide, just 1,815 coupe models were sold in North America and 592 were painted Black Sapphire Metallic.
This Z4 M Coupe is powered by a 3.2-liter straight-6 "S54" engine, which produces 330 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. Just like the E46 M3 -- which shares the same engine -- the M Coupe spins the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission.
Factory CD player
19-inch Dinan wheels
Wheel spacers (3-mm in the front, 5-mm in the back)
Brembo BBK calipers
Stainless-steel brake lines
1-inch shorter H&R springs
UUC adjustable rear control arms
Dinan front strut brace
Dinan Stage 2 aluminum front strut tower braces
Dinan rear trailing arm monoball kit
Rogue Engineering performance engine mounts
Rogue Engineering reinforced transmission mounts
JB Racing clutch
JB Racing flywheel
UUC clutch stop
Clutch delay valve removed
Dinan 3.91 limited-slip differential
ACS aluminum pedals
UUC EVO3 Short Shifter Kit
Aftermarket shift knob
Aftermarket aluminum interior trim
The attached AutoCheck history report notes the car was involved in an accident in 2010. The passenger-side front end was damaged, but the airbag did not deploy.
1 key needs to be programmed
Recent Service History
Service records show the seller had the right-side axle shaft replaced and the transmission oil changed in 2017.
Other Items Included in Sale
Some service records
Seller's Ownership History
The seller purchased this M Coupe in Alabama in June 2017, and he has added approximately 15,000 miles to this E86.
The seller states this Z4 M was only driven in the summer during his ownership.
The seller says he has not had to replace the rod bearings or the VANOS hub under his ownership.