BMW Z3 1.9 M44 Manual First registered 1st March 1999 Mileage circa 148k MOT Until 1 August 2019 (Service History includes all the old MOT's) I've owned the car since April 2016 in that time I've done, or had done the following work: Suspension Overhaul New Rear Spring and Shocks New Front Spring and Shocks Z3M Rear ARB Rear Diff Mount Bush - Pollybush Lollypop Bushes - Pollybush Front Lower Control Arm Brake System New Rear Callipers Rear Discs & Pads Front Pads Body New Aerial Gromit Replacement Soft Top - Soft Tops Croydon £350 Boot light gasket (to be fitted) Exhaust / Cooling System New Exhaust - Aftermarket New Cat - Aftermarket New Thermostat and coolant chang Service History 9,800 Miles - Bridgegate BMW Derby 17,511 Miles - Response Autos 26,541 Miles - Response Autos 34,779 Miles - Glos BMW Specialists 44,733 Miles - Glos BMW Specialists 57,028 Miles - Dick Lovett Bristol 65,500 Miles - Wheelbase BMW Specialist 78,128 Miles - Wheelbase BMW Specialist 85,649 Miles - Wheelbase BMW Specialist 87,989 Miles - Chesham Car and Van Sales 97,621 Miles - C G Motors Chesham 109,210 Miles - C G Motors Chesham 120,116 Miles - Owner Serviced 131,974 Miles - Owner Serviced 144, 152 Miles - Owner Serviced Bad Points Due to some thieving so and so stealing my coat (including keys) from the pub, I only have one key, and that is a Service key (£40 from BMW, a remote key from BMW was about £250 which didn't make much sense on a cheap car. A service key doesn't open the boot or lock the glove box, therefore the 'key' for the boot is 'improvised. The electrics in the passenger seat don't currently work. There is some bubbling on the bolt on / off body panels, which, as we all know is a common Z3 issue. Summary It's been a reliable, nippy and fun little car for running around in the summer, I've certainly enjoyed owning it. Priced realistically, as you can get really good ones for very little. Probably worth more in bits but hopefully a good starter Zed for someone. I'd happily drive it to the south of France tomorrow!