BMW Z3s For Sale

Here are some of the featured Z3s for sale!

 

BMW : Z3 2.8L Convertible Rear Wheel Drive 5 Speed manual

BMW : Z3 2.8L Convertible Rear Wheel Drive 5 Speed manual
Current price:
$9,800.00
Ends in:
0d 2h 13m
Seller: eBay

BMW : Z3 2.8L 00 BMW Z3 ONLY 119K MILES DONT MISS

BMW : Z3 2.8L 00 BMW Z3 ONLY 119K MILES DONT MISS
Current price:
$1,551.45
Bids:
8
Ends in:
0d 12h 7m
Seller: eBay

BMW : Z3 2.3 CONVERTIBLE Z3 BMW 2.3L CONVERTIBLE 5-SPEED LEATHER ALLOY RIMS

BMW : Z3 2.3 CONVERTIBLE Z3 BMW 2.3L  CONVERTIBLE 5-SPEED LEATHER ALLOY RIMS
Current price:
$10,699.00
Type:
Auction
Bids:
0
Ends in:
0d 22h 36m
Seller: eBay

BMW : Z3 Roadster Convertible 2-Door 2001 BMW Z3 3.0i Roadster

BMW : Z3 Roadster Convertible 2-Door 2001 BMW Z3 3.0i Roadster
Current price:
$4,500.00
Type:
Auction
Bids:
1
Ends in:
1d 3h 7m
Seller: eBay

BMW : Z3 Roadster Convertible 2-Door 2000 Bmw Z3 Roadster 2.3 Automatic

BMW : Z3 Roadster Convertible 2-Door 2000 Bmw Z3 Roadster 2.3 Automatic
Current price:
$7,995.00
Ends in:
1d 14h 14m
Seller: eBay
 
 

BMW Z3 Stereo

BMW Z3 stereo

 

12 pcs Nylon Panel Dash Audio Stereo GPS Molding Removal Install Tools for BMW

12 pcs Nylon Panel Dash Audio Stereo GPS Molding Removal Install Tools for BMW
Current price:
$10.89
Type:
Auction
Bids:
1
Ends in:
0d 1h 40m
Seller: eBay

12 pcs Nylon Panel Dash Audio Stereo GPS Molding Removal Install Tools Kit Set

12 pcs Nylon Panel Dash Audio Stereo GPS Molding Removal Install Tools Kit Set
Current price:
$10.89
Type:
Auction
Bids:
1
Ends in:
0d 1h 40m
Seller: eBay

10M RED TRIM BUMPER FENDER VENT DOOR WINDOW GRILLE TAILLIGHT DASHBOARD

10M RED TRIM BUMPER FENDER VENT DOOR WINDOW GRILLE TAILLIGHT DASHBOARD
Current price:
$12.16
Ends in:
0d 7h 20m
Seller: eBay

BMW Z3 E36 car stereo CD player Pioneer DEH 3400UB MP3 AUX USB radio kit

BMW Z3 E36 car stereo CD player Pioneer DEH 3400UB MP3 AUX USB radio kit
Current price:
$171.10
Ends in:
0d 10h 50m
Seller: eBay

BMW Z3 E36 stereo Pioneer with front AUX USB Plays iPod iPhone charge

BMW Z3 E36 stereo Pioneer with front AUX USB Plays iPod iPhone charge
Current price:
$171.10
Ends in:
0d 12h 14m
Seller: eBay

MONSOON Amplifier Amp Stereo Radio Audio CD VW Passat Jetta Golf OEM

MONSOON Amplifier Amp Stereo Radio Audio CD VW Passat Jetta Golf OEM
Current price:
$30.00
Bids:
0
Ends in:
0d 19h 29m
Seller: eBay
 
 

BMW Z3 Wheel

BMW Z3 Wheels

 

BMW 17" Z3 M Wheels Rims For BMW Z3 M3 E36

Current price:
$169.99
Ends in:
0d 0h 44m
Seller: eBay

BMW 17" Z3 M Wheels Rims For BMW Z3 M3 E36

Current price:
$159.99
Ends in:
0d 0h 48m
Seller: eBay

4PCS Chromed Metal Car Tire wheel Valves stem caps For BMW All Model

4PCS Chromed Metal Car Tire wheel Valves stem caps For BMW All Model
Current price:
$0.99
Type:
Auction
Bids:
0
Ends in:
0d 1h 4m
Seller: eBay

BMW 17" Z3 M Wheels Rims W/ Tires STAGGERED PACKAGE For BMW Z3 M3 E36

Current price:
$1,699.00
Ends in:
0d 1h 6m
Seller: eBay

4PCS Car Tire wheel Valves Airtight stem caps For BMW All Model

4PCS Car Tire wheel Valves Airtight stem caps For BMW All Model
Current price:
$0.99
Type:
Auction
Bids:
0
Ends in:
0d 1h 21m
Seller: eBay

New For BMW Car Logo Wheel Airtight Tyre Tire Stem Air Valve Caps 4pcs

New For BMW Car Logo Wheel Airtight Tyre Tire Stem Air Valve Caps 4pcs
Current price:
$0.99
Type:
Auction
Bids:
1
Ends in:
0d 1h 38m
Seller: eBay

4 x Golden Aluminum Decoration Grenade Bomb Wheel Tyre Tire Valve Cap Dust Cover

4 x Golden Aluminum Decoration Grenade Bomb Wheel Tyre Tire Valve Cap Dust Cover
Current price:
$2.99
Type:
Auction
Bids:
0
Ends in:
0d 1h 40m
Seller: eBay

Silver Skull Logo Badge Emblem Metal Wheel Tyre Tire Valve Stem Caps Dust Cover

Silver Skull Logo Badge Emblem Metal Wheel Tyre Tire Valve Stem Caps Dust Cover
Current price:
$3.99
Type:
Auction
Bids:
0
Ends in:
0d 1h 40m
Seller: eBay
 
 

Painted Wheels

[adsense_id="4"]Recently there were some discussions on the z3 message board regarding painting wheels. In response to that discussion I went through my Z3 photo collection looking for photos people may want to see in regard to wheel color and/or painting. In this first photo the owner found some aftermarket wheels that already matched the color of his car (no painting required).

Okay it’s not really painting, but chroming wheels is another way to change the look of your stock wheels. In my opinion chrome adds to the retro look of the Z3, this picture jumped out at me as I was going through my collection because the white and chrome combination looked so good.

If I owned a white Z3 (and someday I may), I would consider painting the wheels white just like this M owner has. The white on white look is fantastic (in my opinion). It reminds me of the early 80′s Porsche 944′s that apparently had a white wheel option if you got the white exterior paint.

Not sure if it’s the quality of these photos or the specific lighting in these photos, but personally I would be after a more flat white look (but that’s just me chasing my memory of the old Porsche white wheels).

Now at the other end of the spectrum (sorry couldn’t resist that pun) we have black wheels. I’m sure this look is very hard to photograph, but these photos don’t appeal to me because you can’t make out any details of the wheels.

You can see more details of the wheel in this photo. Maybe its the matching black exterior paint but this photo makes the black wheels look better than the previous photo. Notice how the dark paint makes the disc brake stand out. Some red caliper paint would really stand out.

 

Activate Keyless Remote

I purchased a 1997 Z3 1.9 roadster in June and only received one keyless entry remote, even though it came with two sets of keys. Two weeks ago, I was searching for another remote, and found that if I were to purchase a keyless remote (part # 82 11 1 469 448) at a BMW dealership, it would cost around $120. Also, if I wanted to have the remote activated, so that it would operate on my vehicle, it would cost an additional $70. For all us BMW owners out there, doesn’t it seem a bit odd that you bought a $30,000 sports car, and yet BMW still feels free to charge excessive amounts of money for relatively simple things. Activating a keyless remote is a simple thing. To make a long story short, I managed to buy a copy of the instructions, on how to activate or deactivate the keyless remote, for $7. I feel that something so simple (and actually pretty fun), should not cost $70. It all boils down to highway robbery. I know that this works on a ’97 Z3, and with a keyless remote part # 82 11 1 469 448, so, without further adieu, here are the instructions for activating a keyless remote on a BMW. FOR FREE!!!!

Each remote transmitter has a unique identification (ID) code. In order for a replacement remote to operate your security system, or to delete the ID code from a lost remote, you must follow the procedures detailed below so that your system’s control module will learn/delete the desired ID code(s). This code-learning initialization procedure must be followed precisely within the sequence and time constraints specified, in order for the procedure to be carried out successfully.

Preparation

1. Close all doors, trunk, and hood.

2. The security system must be in “disarm” mode. The key must be removed from the ignition key slot.

Enter Code-Learning Mode

3. Open the trunk and leave it open.

4. Open the driver’s door and sit in the driver’s seat.

5. Close the driver’s door.

6. Cycle the ignition switch five times between the “off” position and position 2 (ignition “ON”, all dash warning lamps will illuminate). The red status LED will illuminate continuously, and the siren will “chirp” once, to indicate that the code-learning mode has been initiated.

DO NOT START THE ENGINE

The ignition switch cycling in step #6 must be performed within ten seconds.

The sequence in steps #1-6 must be performed within 45 seconds.

Registering/Delete ID Code(s)

7. Open driver’s door, (remain seated in driver’s seat)

8. Close driver’s door.

9. Press and release any button on the remote you wish to register into the system. The status LED will shut off momentarily to indicate that one ID code has been registered.

10. Repeat steps 7 through 9 to register the remaining three ID codes.

Exiting Code-Learning Mode

11. Open driver’s door, and exit from vehicle, leaving the door opened.

12. Close trunk.

13. Close driver’s door. The LED will turn off and the siren will “chirp” twice.

14. The initialization procedure is now completed, test all remotes to confirm operation.

It is possible for the system to memorize a total of four different ID codes. As a new code is initialized into memory, the oldest code in memory is automatically deleted. If you had lost your remotes and wished to delete the lost remote ID codes from memory, you could initialize the ID code from a newly purchased replacement transmitter four times thereby deleting the previous ID codes from system memory.

If you have any questions, I can be reached at KitIson1985@aol.com.

 

Chrome Trimmed Z3 Gill

I’ve always loved the M roadsters Gills but since I decided on the Z3 3.0, I felt it would be somehow wrong to buy some M gills and add them to the Z. So I have been looking for a way to add a little something to the originals.

This is my first attempt at adding a little flash of chrome. I am sending this to elicit some comments good, bad, “don’t mess with the original”!, It is completely removable.

Note: The Chrome trim can be found at most auto part stores.

 

Moon Roof Shade

For those of you who drive a Z3 Coupe, this is for you. I’m not sure if all Z3 Coupes are the same, but mine is a 1999 with the flip-up glass moon roof without a sliding interior cover. BMW did a noteworthy job of heavily tinting the glass panel that is a large portion of the roof. However, when the sun is high in the sky on a clear day, you get baked on even the shortest drives.

To remedy this, I stopped by the local Wal-Mart store and picked up a set of those collapsible sunshades with the suction cups for $4.97. I bought the smaller ones designed to go in a side window of a car to shade sleeping babies and other sun-sensitive passengers. The shades I found come in a set of two called “Suncutters Side Shade” made by a company called Axius (1-888-99-AXIUS). They are black, screen-like material with metal hoop-frames; rectangular in shape (each measures about 12″x16″) and together they fit almost perfectly into the recess in the moon roof with some overlap in the middle. The suction cups even have small metal rings to pull the shades off when you don’t need them. They go on easily, come off easily and fold up into a small, round pouch about 6″ in diameter. Since the moon roof is tilt only, it is completely operable with the shades installed and the incoming air doesn’t disturb them.