For those bewildered at the fact that M Coupe prices are skyrocketing, here’s a pleasant surprise. A Z3 coupe with a 5-speed manual for right around $10,000. While it has over 100,000 miles on the clock, it looks tidy enough. It might not have the grunt of the 3.2 liter inline-6, but the 2.8 liter engine with its 190 horsepower is certainly no slouch in such a small package. This example for sale in Houston may be unassuming in Arctic Silver over black leather, but one go in the twisties will have doubters signing a different tune.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1999 BMW Z3 2.8 Coupe on eBay
Model: Z3 2.8 Coupe
Engine: 2.8 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 126,687 mi
Price: $10,980 Buy It Now
1999 BMW Z3 2.8
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The Z3 Coupe has certainly benefitted from the popularity of the M Coupe in recent years, but I tend to doubt that even some BMW enthusiasts may have overlooked that a non-M version of the E36/8 was produced. Considering the other sports cars available at $10k, this Z3 Coupe is an interesting alternative to your usual sports car. For an M Coupe of similar mileage and vintage you would pay at least $5,000 more for the //M badge. Find a lower mileage M Coupe or one of the late model examples with the S54 engine and you’ll pay well into the $20k range, if not above $30,000. Some mint examples of the M Coupe with under 40,000 miles are even fetching more than $40,000 currently. While this Z3 Coupe might not have that extra oomph, that’s a big premium over a car like we see here which can provide a lot of smiles per mile.