Presented is a 1 OWNER CLEAN CARFAX Z8 ROADSTER WITH UNDER 10,000
Finished in Classic Black over gorgeous Tan/Black interior, this Z8
is complete with the very rare VIN specific coffee table book,
Keys, Books, Motorola Flip Phone, First Aid Kit Hardtop, and
Historical Service Records are present and this Z8 has just
undergone a full service at BMW.
A collector grade investment, Manual Transmission cars have become
extremely desirable and the Z8 will continue to appreciate.
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ABOUT THE Z8 ROADSTER:
The Z8 originally was designed as a styling exercise intended to
evoke and celebrate the 1956-1959 BMW 507. Prototypes were spotted
testing between 1996 and 1999. A concept was later developed to
preview the Z8, called the Z07 and was showcased in October 1997 at
the Tokyo Motor Show.
The Z8 cost US$128,000, had an all-aluminum chassis and body, and
used a 4.9 L V8 engine which has a power output of 400 395 hp at
6,600 rpm and 369 lbf�ft of torque at 3,800 rpm. This engine, known
internally as the S62, was built by BMW Motorsport and was shared
with the E39 M5 sports saloon. The engine is located behind the
front axle in order to provide the car with a 50/50 weight
The factory claimed a 0-62 mph acceleration time of 4.7 seconds;
Motor Trend magazine achieved 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds.
Road & Track measured the car's lateral grip at 0.92. Car and
Driver magazine also tested the car and found that it outperformed
the contemporary benchmark Ferrari 360 Modena in three important
performance categories: acceleration, handling, and braking. As
with most BMW automobiles the top speed of the Z8 was
electronically limited to 155.4 mph with the delimited top speed
amounting to an estimated 180 mph.
Every car was shipped with a color-matching metal hardtop with a
In order to keep the interior uncluttered, a number of functions
were integrated into multifunction controls. For example, the power
windows and mirrors were controlled by a single instrument. Also,
the center-mounted instrument cluster was canted slightly toward
the driver. The displacement of gauges to the middle of the
dashboard was intended to offer an unimpeded view of the hood and
the road ahead.
In order to promote the Z8 to collectors and reinforce media
speculation about the car's "instant classic" potential, BMW
promised that a 50-year stockpile of spare parts would be
maintained in order to support the Z8 fleet as all elements of the
car were constructed or finished by hand, thereby compounding the
importance of ongoing manufacturer support. A significant number of
cars with bespoke paint and interior treatments were produced over
the course of the four-year production run by BMW Individual, a
division of BMW AG.
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