1998 BMW Z3 M Roadster

Description

The BMW M Roadster was designed to be the performance version of the BMW Z3, and there were significant differences between the two variants. The body of the Z3 M Roadster had a few differences compared to the standard Z3 models. These included front and rear bumpers, gills, boot and mirrors.   Under the skin, many of the components were beefed up, including the front and rear suspension, and brake system.

The M Roadster could run a wider track under the flared wheel arches as well as wider wheels and tires to try to tame the increased power. A dual exhaust system fed each set of three cylinders to two dual tailpipes. The Z3 M roadster was the first BMW to feature this quad exhaust design which has since become a BMW M division signature.

Always properly maintained, with recent improvements including a new clutch, and air conditioning compressor. In excellent condition, this little package will be a lot of fun on 4 wheels.