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Expired 2000 BMW M Roadster 5 Speed Dakar Yellow

dporschey

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2000 BMW M Roadster

Performance Version of the Z3
3.2L Inline 6 Cylinder with 240HP
5 Speed Manual with a Limited Slip Differential
Dakar Yellow Exterior
Power Convertible Top
Black Nappa Leather Sport Seats
Heated Seats
Nappa Leather Trim on Doors & Console
Dual Quad-Tip Exhaust
Harmon/Kardon Stereo
M Bodykit, M Steering Wheel, M Shift Knob & M Pedals
Dual Front & Side Airbags
Power Windows, Seats & Mirrors
ASC - Automatic Stability Control
105,000 Miles

Rare Find. 2000 BMW M Roadster. In excellent condition inside and out. Only flaw on the car are the wheels. 3 of the 4 will need refinished. Current PA Inspection. Everything works 100%. Runs & Drives like new. R Title. The car was declared a total loss by an insurance company on 1/27/03 with 30,573 miles on it. It was fixed and issued a rebuilt title on 5/29/03. It happened over 11 years and has driven 75,000 miles since the accident. I am located in Palmyra, PA if you want to come take a look in person.
$12,000 OBO
Derekyingst@gmail.com
























 

FRANKIE

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Hi, Derek and welcome to the forum. You have a good looking car there. About 90% of the forum members, however, are from the UK and use right hand drive cars. There are several members in the US and Canada but we are spread out all over the place. There are many visitors to the forum whose attention you might attract with your ad. You don't have many miles on the car for the year which is a plus. It will probably be difficult getting your asking price with an R title. The repairs might have been relatively minor but people often shy away from them because they are afraid of what problems they might inherit. I do wish you luck with your sale. Your timing is perfect as summer is around the corner. Frankie
 

swamper

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S52 engine Jim
 

GazHyde

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As Swamper says...

The North American version of the car used the 3.2l S52B32 engine, whilst the rest of the world received the more powerful 3.2 l S50B32 variant.


It was due to strict emissions control in the US
 

hard top

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S50 European-specification ( 1997 - 2001 )


  • Known as the S50 B52
  • Iron block & aluminum head with 24 valves : DOHC 24V
  • 321 hp (DIN) at 7,400rpm and 258 lb/ft of torque at 3,250 rpm
  • Double VANOS continuously variable valve timing on both INTAKE & EXHAUST strokes
  • Bore of 86.4mm & Stroke of 91mm, the S50 B32 ; Displacement 3201cc.
  • Lightweight pistons , Dual-mass flywheel , Larger inlet valves then S52 , Second oil pump
  • Compression ratio to 11.3 :1
  • Individual throttle plates for each cylinder & Graphite-coated conrods
  • Can be identified by the "BMW M Power" inscription on its cam cover
  • Advanced BMW/Siemens MSS50 engine management
S52 North American-specification ( 1997 - 2001 )


  • This engine was rated at 240 (SAE) @ 6000 rpm & 236 lb/ft of @ 3800 rpm. (1 bhp is 0,96 SAE hp => 250 BHp)
  • 6-cylinder with a cast iron block, aluminum head and 24 valves
  • Retuned 2-stage VANOS variable valve timing for greater high-rpm powe on the intake strokes ( based on the regular M52.engine )
  • Bore of 86.4mm & Stroke of 89.6mm displacement 3152cc.
  • Ported and polished cylinder head
  • Heavy-duty valve springs , More finely balanced camshafts , Valve lifters, springs and spring seats with reduced mass
  • Free-flowing intake and exhaust systems
S54 : From February 2001 the S54 engine was standard for all MZ3


  • 325 HP DIN @ 7400 rpms & 261 lb/ft of torque @ 4900 rpm. ( USA = 320 HP DIN )
  • The small loss in power can be attributed to the more restrictive placement of the catalysts on North American-spec cars in order to improve cold-start emissions
  • High pressure Double VANOS continuously variable valve timing system with faster operation at high rpm
  • Bore of 87mm & Stroke of 91mm : Displacement : 3246cc
  • Modified camshafts
  • Compression to 11.5 :1
  • BMW/Siemens MSS 54 engine management control
  • One-piece aluminum head casting for lighter weight
  • Finger-type rocker arms for reduced reciprocating mass and friction
  • M-badge on cam cover
 
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zedonist

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S50 European-specification ( 1997 - 2001 )


  • Known as the S50 B52
  • Iron block & aluminum head with 24 valves : DOHC 24V
  • 321 hp (DIN) at 7,400rpm and 258 lb/ft of torque at 3,250 rpm
  • Double VANOS continuously variable valve timing on both INTAKE & EXHAUST strokes
  • Bore of 86.4mm & Stroke of 91mm, the S50 B32 ; Displacement 3201cc.
  • Lightweight pistons , Dual-mass flywheel , Larger inlet valves then S52 , Second oil pump
  • Compression ratio to 11.3 :1
  • Individual throttle plates for each cylinder & Graphite-coated conrods
  • Can be identified by the "BMW M Power" inscription on its cam cover
  • Advanced BMW/Siemens MSS50 engine management
S52 North American-specification ( 1997 - 2001 )


  • This engine was rated at 240 (SAE) @ 6000 rpm & 236 lb/ft of @ 3800 rpm. (1 bhp is 0,96 SAE hp => 250 BHp)
  • 6-cylinder with a cast iron block, aluminum head and 24 valves
  • Retuned 2-stage VANOS variable valve timing for greater high-rpm powe on the intake strokes ( based on the regular M52.engine )
  • Bore of 86.4mm & Stroke of 89.6mm displacement 3152cc.
  • Ported and polished cylinder head
  • Heavy-duty valve springs , More finely balanced camshafts , Valve lifters, springs and spring seats with reduced mass
  • Free-flowing intake and exhaust systems
S54 : From February 2001 the S54 engine was standard for all MZ3


  • 325 HP DIN @ 7400 rpms & 261 lb/ft of torque @ 4900 rpm. ( USA = 320 HP DIN )
  • The small loss in power can be attributed to the more restrictive placement of the catalysts on North American-spec cars in order to improve cold-start emissions
  • High pressure Double VANOS continuously variable valve timing system with faster operation at high rpm
  • Bore of 87mm & Stroke of 91mm : Displacement : 3246cc
  • Modified camshafts
  • Compression to 11.5 :1
  • BMW/Siemens MSS 54 engine management control
  • One-piece aluminum head casting for lighter weight
  • Finger-type rocker arms for reduced reciprocating mass and friction
  • M-badge on cam cover
Bloody hell HT, you swallowed Wikipedia?
 

oldcarman

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Hi HT, you may not see but you are a fountain of facts! Thanks, now how about the m44 Europe vs USA? JIM
 
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zedonist

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Ooh that ones got cruise control fitted, is it yours HT, very clean!
 
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