2002 BMW 325iT: AW/Blk, 69k, Manual, Sport, Cold Weather, Dinan, UUC, HID, and more!
I bought this spectacular wagon last October. I'm putting it back up for sale because I'm buying a house in the spring and need to downsize. I currently have three cars (!) and this is the only one that isn't paid off. Economically it was an easy decision, but considering that this is my daily driver, I've grown very fond of it and do not want to sell it. I repeat, I do not want to sell it. But, such is life, certain sacrifices must be made for the good of the family.
Much of the important information is in the title, but here they are again:
2002 BMW 325iT
Alpine White over Black Leather
5 Speed Manual Transmission
Currently below 69k miles, but is daily driven
Cold Weather Package
Harmon Kardon Hi-Fi Sound
OEM ZHP Front Bumper
OEM ZHP Full Leather Steering Wheel
OEM ZHP Style 135 Wheels
OEM ZHP Weighted Shift Knob
Dinan Throttle Body
Dinan Stage 2 Software
Dinan Carbon Fiber Front Strut Bar
AFE Cold Air Intake
Perfectly Matched Amber Illuminated VDO Gauges (Voltage, Oil Pressure, Temp)
UUC Short Shift Kit
BMW Aluminum and Rubber Pedals/Dead Pedal
USA Spec Ipod Integration Kit (Much better than DICE IMO)
OEM e46 HIDs with Clear Film Protection (On corners and fogs as well)
30% Pinnacle F1 Ceramic Tint
Bavarian Autosport Ultimate Reflector Windshield Sunshade
OEM All-Weather Mats and Cargo Liner (Original Carpeted Mats as well)
I have all records from my ownership, and some from the previous owners.
The following things were done within the last 18 months and 17k miles:
- New Continental DWS tires, 225/40x18 & 255/35x18 (54k)
- New Brembo slotted rotors, pads, SS lines (53.3K)
- Oil Change (65k)
- Cooling System Flush w/OEM BMW Coolant (65k)
- Transmission Flush w/Red Line MTL (65k)
- Differential Fluid Flush w/Amsoil Severe Gear 75W90 (65k)
- Brake Fluid Flush w/ATE Blue (65k)
- Power Steering Flush w/Amsoil Synthetic ATF(65k)
- Fuel Filter (65k)
- Serpentine Belt and Hydraulic Pulley Upgrade (65k)
I'm the third owner and it was garage kept prior to my ownership. No paintwork (besides the ZHP Bumper) or accidents to my knowledge. It has been hand washed and detailed by me during my ownership.
This is a used car, so please expect wear and tear commensurate to it's age, but I
sincerely and honestly think it is in above-average condition. There are currently no issues with the car; everything that's supposed to work does. It is truly turn-key; buy this car and drive it home anywhere in the country.
Amazing example of a well executed touring. GLWS!
This car is perfect, except for the lack of a sunroof. I had exactly the same car, a 2005 but with a tan interior with a sunroof.
I miss it every day. GLWS.
(You might delete/move down those shots with the BBS wheels because they just confuse things.)
Thanks for the input guys. I decided to add the pictures with the BBS wheels so that the car can be seen as the original owner had it set up. That's why there's a note right above the first picture to prevent being asked the inevitable question.
Ugh want this so bad GLWS :(
I wish I had the money. This will be a fantastic car for someone!
I personally can't see spending $14.5k but damn if this isn't the perfect touring. Sport, manual, well selected and executed options. The only thing that could make it better is if BMW had offered it as a 330. GLWS.
Wow I love this car!
Thanks for the kind words. Updated pictures and price.
Nice car. What do the Dinan Throttle Body and Stage 2 Software add to the stock HP? (Actually, I should ask about all the mods, including the muffler and the CAI; not singling out those two things...)
Because I really don't know much about anything.
But I love that wagon.
As for the power numbers, I can only go off what's published by the manufacturer of the associated mods. I haven't dyno'd the car myself.
- Dinan Exhaust -- 4hp 3tq
- Dinan Throttle Body -- 5hp 4tq
- Dinan Software -- 5hp 6tq
- aFe Intake -- 4hp 5tq
So in total, +18hp and +18tq. Thanks for asking!
A beautiful example of a Touring. The mods are tasteful and the paperwork shows you're a fanatic. GLWS
Very, very, very nice car
Was this Bill Schofield's old car?
Status update: Pending Sale
No, original owner was Paul Sedia, former BMW SCCA racer out of Brooklyn, NY, he never raced this particular car but rather ordered it new after his race career. It was a German delivery, so she did some miles in the motherland. Best wishes to the new owner, you just got a gem. Al can give you my number if you want more background on the car.
Bruce (owner #2)
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