Every time I come across a Z8, I start thinking about the funny place it holds in the market, slightly appreciating but not very appreciated, an interesting but maligned attempt at a German Cobra… and then I see it from the rear. While the F-Type’s reiteration may be making a play for the top derrieres list, the Z8 viewed from behind erases reason and makes me dream of using the monster S62 to slither a mountain road. This one looks classic in black and very serious with the hard top on. The Teutonic, measured approach to a passionate type of car makes them a bit of an odd duck, and a Z8 owners meeting would most likely host more of investors than enthusiasts. Alas, I dig these cars, but will never own one.
Click for details: 2001 BMW Z8 on eBay
Engine: 4.9 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 12,864 mi
Price: $169,900 Buy It Now
Marino Performance is very excited to announce that we have just acquired what may be one of the rarest BMWs made! This 1-Owner 2001 BMW Z8 collectible that is literally beautiful in every way imaginable! This Z8 is being offered with all of its original bits including the factory hard top, soft top boot, 2 keys, and books! This Jet Black Z8 truly as new as they come with 12,834 pampered miles, the Crema and Black leather interior looks like itâ€™s brand new, this car needs nothing but a new adoring owner! These cars have spiked in price over the last few years, so don’t miss out on this rare masterpiece! Thanks everyone for looking and best of luck to all!
This BMW Z8 has many options including desirable features such as:
6-Speed Manual Transmission
M Driving Dynamics Control
5L DOHC 32-valve V8
Remote Keyless Entry
Harmon Kardon Sound
6 disc CD Changer
As always we have set the price thousands below NADA and the Kelley Blue Book to give you the best deal!
With most cars, we have to sift through the mediocre examples to find the great one-owner, well cared for, rarely-driven cherries. All the Z8s that turn up seem to be impeccable garage-queens. With that being the standard, I guess you’d have to assume that significantly using one in enthusiastic ways would put it significantly below the market mean and thus kill its value. What a shame.