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1999 BMW 328i Convertible

With summer about to commence, I’m sure we’d all like to have a convertible in which we could worship the sun. What better way to do it with three of your friends than a BMW 3 series convertible? Most of these E36 convertibles were acquired for cruising and thus equipped with automatic gearboxes. However, this one for sale in Pennsylvania is mated to BMWs slick 5-speed manual. This 328i has yet to crack 60,000 miles and for those who like cloth tops better than the new fangled retractable hardtops, you’ll want to look this one over.

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Year: 1999
Model: 328i Convertible
Engine: 2.8 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 59,260 mi
Price: Reserve auction

1999 BMW 328CiC Convertible with a 5 speed manual transmission and only 59,000 original miles.

This 3 Series was traded-in here by the original owner and it was never smoked in.

Bright Red exterior with sand beige leather interior and a black cloth soft top.

This vehicle has been garage kept since new and has never been driven in inclement weather. The top is in excellent condition and the rear window is clear.

The Autocheck report shows 2 previous owners, but that’s due to the original owner leasing it first and then buying out the lease after one year.

This vehicle has the Premium Package, heated seats, cd changer, dual power seats, power soft top, factory alarm system, remote keyless entry, fog lamps, digital climate control, wood interior trim, wood-trimmed shift knob, cruise control, on-board computer and more.


Back in the summer of 2013, we saw a very low mileage 323i Convertible sell for just over $10,000. The E36 Convertible isn’t at the top of the list of collectable BMW modern classics, even those of the ///M variety. I’d suspect this one will probably wind up somewhere in the $10,000 to $12,000 range based on that particular comp.


One Comment

  1. Woodie Man
    Woodie Man June 12, 2015

    Still driving my original purchase ’95 318ic at 270,000 miles. If this was on the other coast and not repped by a dealer I would be all over it. I’d like to know about the struts, the maf the shift linkage etc. The relatively low mileage cuts both ways in terms of potential problems.

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