Green with Envy: 2013 BMW M3 Individual Java Green

When you have effectively the exact same car as many thousands of other enthusiasts, it’s hard to stand out. Countless Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Volkswagen enthusiasts try their best to personalize cars, but the reality is that even when you select numerous individual details your car is still one of many that are probably pretty similar. One solution is to buy a car that’s fairly obscure and modify it to your liking; but you’ll struggle to have a car that’s like new and probably won’t function well as a daily driver. If you want something new, reliable and with a warranty, your options are limited – that is, of course, until you select some of the special options offered by Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, and BMW. All will paint your brand new car either one of their options outside of the normal color pallet for an additional fee; for a lot extra, they’ll even paint it any shade you can find anywhere. It’s an expensive option – but if I were thinking long term, it’s one I’d probably select. Chose wisely, and you’ll end up with a stunning package – one like this Java Green 2013 M3 Individual:

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Year: 2013
Model: M3
Engine: 4.0 liter V8
Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch semi-automatic
Mileage: 11,164 mi
Price: $68,978 Buy It Now

2013 BMW ///M3
Java Green BMW Individual Order
One of only 11 ever ordered in North America.
Only M3 like this for sale in the Country!
Here at the Toy Barn, we love M cars, especially the M3. Regardless of the platform, this car delivers plenty of fun, and is certainly deserving of the international praise and accolades from multitudes of automotive aficionados. This M3, however, is unlike any other M3 that I’ve ever seen in person. The paint finish is Java Green, and is a special order only premium paint finish from BMW. From 2008-2013, there were only 11 total Java Green cars offered for sale in North America. Simply put, you won’t see another on like it, and we’re thrilled to have it available here at our store in Dublin!
Condition wise, this M3 is absolutely stunning, the finish is like-new, and the car is simply breathtaking. No damage, no stand out issues, only light signs of ever having been driven and enjoyed may be seen upon ultra-close scrutiny. This is a Competition Package M3, so it has the upgraded wheels which have been finished in a satin black. The Grills and side badges were also replaced with black pieces, the windows are tastefully tinted, and the carbon fiber roof finishes off the look of the car perfectly. From front to back, top to bottom, this car is a 9.9 out of 10! Inside, the Black leather is excellent, and the car’s interior is nearly new as well. This car has the Navigation system, Premium Package, Tech Package, DCT transmission, Carbon leather trim, and much more. It’s a VERY well equipped car, and again, unlike any other car out there.

Competition Package
DCT Transmission
Premium Package
Novillo Leather
Dynamic Damper Control
Carbon Leather Interior trim
Navigation
Heated Seats
Carbon Fiber Roof
Black Kidney Grilles and fender badges
Carbon fiber rear wing

Check out the pictures below, be sure and allow time for them to load!

If you have any questions about the condition of this car, and would like for me to go over it panel by panel with you, please give me a ring. I’d be glad to do an “over the phone” walkaround for you.

Contact: Erick Morrison @ 740-973-7978 or Justin Hinderer @ 614-288-5534
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Check out this M3’s Carfax Report at the following link:
http://www.carfax.com/VehicleHistory/p/Report.cfx?partner=HMN_0&vin=WBSKG9C51DJ593991

Contact: Erick Morrison @ 740-973-7978 or Justin Hinderer @ 614-288-5534

This is one of the very few cases where I think the black wheels might actually work. Combined with the blacked out trim, it really highlights and sets off the absolutely stunning color. That color is tied to one of the dynamically best packages we’ve seen in the enthusiast world – add the ZCP Competition Package, and you get lower suspension, forged 19″ wheels, and track-oriented Dynamic Traction Control and Electronic Damper Controls. You can bang on about not being able to properly check the oil and not being able to row the gears yourself – but get to a track, and the Competition Package M3 will quickly make you forget any nostalgia you have for the way things used to be. In truth, I’d probably change a few details back myself; I’d prefer the original badges, and I’d like to see how the car looked with gunmetal/graphite wheels instead of black and the tint is a little too much. But that’s nit-picking; overall, this car looks stunning to me – yes, even with the black wheels. Obviously, being nearly brand new there are no condition or mechanical issues and miles are where they should be – the only hurdle is coming up with the $70,000 to buy it. For that sum, you’ll have one of the last naturally aspirated M3 coupes produced, one incredible driving package, and one unique and extraordinarily eye-catching color.

-Carter

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12 Comments

  1. All in all I kind of like it but I usually don’t like to roll that conspicuously. Am I the only one that when I see colors of this intensity paired with black wheels and trim that it somehow is drifting to look more like something edible and less like a form of transportation?

    If Junior Mints redesigned their box for 2014 – it might look like that.

    And why is that color called “Java green”? The last thing I think about when I hear “coffee related” is the color of coffee beans before they ever got to me. Not that there is much logic to be found in the names of paint colors!

  2. Interesting color for sure. But I feel like the seat color could have been more interesting except for those that love black.

  3. I don’t know anything about photography, but I imagine that this color is VERY difficult to capture on “film” AND, more importantly, shooting it with what appears to have been a cell phone doesn’t do it any favors.

    And, let’s face it, the color is the real headline here, right?

    At any rate, that color is unique, but it also looks like something I’ve seen on countless tuner import Asian specials….

  4. @John – you compelled me to look up what contrasting stitching in exterior color would look like, as an option, pretty cool!
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/thibzm4s9y1mg02/Photo%20Oct%2028%2C%2012%2033%2012%20PM.jpg?dl=0

    @JC – very true…there’s sonething slightly “furious” feeling about this! 😉

  5. The black wheel are kind of ok. But I don’t know. The problem with the black wheels by now in 2014 is that even if the wheels in question are top flight, from factory, logoed, etc, they are just lost in a sea of skanked out other cars. So I see this car driving down the street and the wheels don’t look legit anymore, even if they are, they just look tunered fashion victim. And on this particular car they take the paint, which on its own would look bespoke, and degrade the overall aesthetic to become the green lantern mobile, giving away a lot of deserved dignity. I guess.

  6. Blew it…BLEW IT with the SMG

  7. The more I stare at these pics the more I’m craving for a delicious Capri Sun Ecto Cooler.

  8. DCT not SMG. Drive both and you will never consider the former the latter.

  9. gotta love the prose of car dealers….
    there is/was an E92 for sale, that was commissioned to IND to do….the car’s color Java Green..
    it earned the nick-name “Green Hell” after the Nurburgring….not THAT was a car I would pay 80k for..
    this is a ZCP car with individual paint…nothing more nothing less…sorry other than the color..whats the big deal??

  10. DCT my mistake. BLEW It by not getting a 6 speed. Yes I realize the DCT is probably faster on paper. Just not engaging

  11. It gives me great pleasure to publicly announce that there is an island in Indonesia (technically it’s the world’s most populated island!) called Java, and this paint color probably gets its name from that tropical island’s lush vegetation rather than my previous supposition of unroasted coffee beans.

    For naming rights – it was practically a tossup though, it could have gone either way, but after almost an entire day researching in my 1988 set of Encyclopedia Britancas I think I am more comfortable updating my answer to the island derived one.

    For the record, I think “Key Lime Green” would be a better, more catchy, and self explanatory name. A lot of people still probably think this car is named after the programming language, or unroasted coffee. 🙂

    thx Carter

  12. ConservativesDefeated

    ummm….seriously ugly.period

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