Update 10/15/18: This M3 Convertible sold for $22,100.
Like yesterday’s base 944, the M3 Convertible isn’t a car I spend a lot of time on. However, the recipe is hard to argue with; you get the beautiful lines of the E46 mated to the sonorous S54 with limitless sky over your head at the touch of a button. When this car was new, it was the fastest production 4-seat convertible available, though at nearly $60,000 it was hardly cheap. Fast forward to today, and it’s generally become the cheapest way to experience BMW’s gem of a motor in the ultimate development of the naturally aspirated inline-6.
Though I don’t write of them often, I do keep my eye on them from time to time. And today’s particular 2003 is a very special package. Presented in 400 Steel Gray Metallic over N5ZM Cinnamon leather, visually this car is quite a looker. Inside you’ll find a 6-speed manual, too, and a scant 34,866 miles on the odometer. Oh, and the auction is no reserve, too:
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2003 BMW M3 Convertible on eBay
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 34,866 mi
Price: No Reserve Auction
For sale is my beautiful 2003 BMW M3 Convertible with 6 speed manual transmission. 34,500 original miles.
Dark grey with cinnamon leather interior.
Power memory seats, heated seats, winter package, sport package, power windows and power locks, abs brakes, air bags, tilt and telescoping sport steering wheel, 6 Disc CD Changer in the trunk and original factory xenon headlights. 18 inch sport aluminum wheels with sport tires, all with excellent tread. Car is all stock.
Always garaged and never driven in the winter.
Please review the pictures and let me know if you would like additional pictures.
Message me or call with any questions. 323-369-9826
On Oct-06-18 at 13:28:26 PDT, seller added the following information:
PLEASE NOTE – THE MILEAGE IS 34,866 AS SHOWN IN THE PICTURES.
This car really pulls the strong points of this chassis together with a great color combination. It also makes great use of the Style 67s, which fit this color perfectly. Condition appears to be outstanding overall with almost no signs of wear present. This post-LCI version also has updates like the LED taillights. Little is offered in terms of mechanical history, so you’ll want to plan a fluid swap with the diff and an Inspection II service in the not-too-distant future. Lack of history isn’t slowing down bidding much, which is already over $18,000 with a day to go. That’s close to what I spent on my Coupe three years ago, but I don’t think you’d regret it in today’s market for a near-new looking, and very special, M3.