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BMW Z8 FOR SALE


BMW Z8

2003/4

MT6

WBAEJ11000AF78018

GH-EJ50

7,741 km

5000 CC

Gasoline


Auction grade 4,5

Interior grade-B

Sales points: Battery was changed on October 2021, air pump, F-pump, F-level sensor, starter motor, GM, trunk absorber left and right- all replaced, hardtop electric opening ,18 inches aluminum , black leather seats, seats heater, power seats, cruise control, xenon, private use, Left hand drive

AC, ABS, AW ,PS ,PW ,Airbags, Leather seats, Warranty, Instruction manual

Color: titanium silver

Color code: 354

Interior color : black


Inspector comments:

Stone chip on the front glass, many small scratches and small dents.

Small scratches on the: front grill, left fron fender, rear bamper, right rear fender.


Detailed photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/kF7MBVZbxmXkdPeH6


FOB (Yokohama port)- 43,000,000 JPY


The Z8 remains the coolest and most iconic convertible ever produced by BMW. The Z8's spaceframe was produced in the Dingolfing Plant and the car was hand-finished in Munich. A total of 5,703 Z8s were built: 3,160 for the world market and 2,543 for the North American market. It’s an intriguing car, but because there are so few, people may not know as much about them.

From 1989 until 2001, the Danish designer worked for BMW Technik until he was transferred to the Munch Branch of Designworks in 1995. He led a group of artists working on creating the exteriors of BMW cars.


After leaving BMW in 2001, he moved to Ford, who owed Aston Martin then, and became their design director. While in charge, his team helped design the DB9 and Vantage V8, the best-selling Aston Martin of all time, and the Shelby GR-1.


The Z8 was showcased as James Bond's car in the film The World Is Not Enough released in November 1999, from scenes shot in early April 1999. In the film, it is driven by Bond for his mission in Azerbaijan until it is sliced in half by a helicopter equipped with cutting saws.


The Z8 can also be driven in the video game Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2. Additionally, the car is driven by Jackie Chan's and Jennifer Love Hewitt's characters in The Tuxedo released in September 2002.



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