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Old 09-22-2012, 11:08 AM   #1
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Location: Manalapan, NJ
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My Ride: E46 M THR33 V3RT
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FS: 2002 AA Supercharged M3 Vert

ONLY 72k Miles
6 Speed Manual
$19,999 FIRM..... LOWEST Forum PRICE

Carbon Black Exterior with a Black Leather Interior
This Vehicle has the following factory options...
6 Speed Manual Transmission, 19" Premium Wheels, Cold Weather Package, Premium Package
(Dual Power Seats, Heated Seats, Lighted Vanity Mirrors, Power Heated mirrors, Factory HID headlights)Harmon Kardon Sound System, Side Air Bags, Wheel Air Pressure Sensors)
CLEAN Title, No Dings, No Accidents, No Paintwork..

Vehicle has the following upgrades
Active Autowerke Stage II Supercharger Kit Upgraded 71mm trim to 81mm Installed at 60k Miles
Race Fuel Rail
Eisenmann Race Pipes, Rasp Removed
Active Autowerke Rear Section Exhaust
HKS Upgraded Blow Off Valve
Upgraded Injectors
Upgraded Fuel Pump
Upgraded Fuel Filter
Upgraded Intercooler
All Engine pulleys changed
Low Temp Thermostat
Standalone Rotrex Supercharger Lubrication System with Oil Cooler
PowerFlexx RTABs
CCFL Angel Eyes
HID Fog Lights
15% Tint
Led Tail Lights
LED License Plate Lights
Aux Ipod/Mp3 Cord

Recent Maintenance
All Brand New Tires Less than 1000 Miles
New Clutch at 68k
New Steering Coupler 69K
New Splash Guards on both wheels 71k
Vehicle had an Alignment at time of tire installation
New Driveshaft Guibo Flex Disc 70k
Fresh Oil Change 71.5K
New Differential Input Shaft Rear Seal and Updated Fluid 70k
New Air/Oil Separator 71.5k
New Valve Cover gasket 71.8K
New Vanos Solenoid Sealing Plate Seals 72k

When I had the rear seal changed I also had every bushing under the vehicle checked which I went over with my mechanic. We found out the rear trailing arm bushings were shot so I had the powerflex polyurethane bushings installed. The subframe was also inspected and the results came back fine.

The front bumper has the normal rock chips and could use a re-spray but its not by any means even close to an eye sore.
This vehicle has been babied by me, I wash the car daily, clean the interior 3 times a week, and wax every 2 months, garaged in winter

I really don't want to part with this car but I do need the funds or I won't be able to pay for school.
Call/Text Chris with any questions 1-718-801-6843
Car is currently garaged in North Jersey...

*I'm getting a lot of questions asking about the VANOS, when the valve cover gasket was changed the vanos exhaust cam gear hub was checked and the prongs were still attached and not broken off, also the bolts holding the cam gears on were not sheared off, no rattle***

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Last edited by Icexx99; 10-13-2012 at 12:40 PM.
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