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I bought this zhp from a fellow enthusiast fall of 2016. It came from AZ/CA but ended up in the midwest.

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This ZHP has been tastefully modified and well maintained over the years. It's a little bit sharper, firmer, has a great growl, a little more powerful than stock, with better handling and more grip. Leather Seats, but newer Alcantara Steering wheel. Ice cold AC.

Test drives encouraged, driving is believing!

This car has been daily driven on and off for the past 2.5 years, and I love driving this but am now daily driving a S2000 and want to something a little different to supplement the roadster.

Lots of recent work done, I have a stack of receipts and records. Most recently it received a new BMW battery from the dealer, windshield, Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires, and brake pads less than a thousand miles ago.

It's a 2003 330i ZHP, no sunroof, fixed rear seat. This is the stiffest E46 you can buy, without the heavy sunroof up top.
165k miles, but I'm still driving it so miles will go up.
Asking $5700 as-is.

The good:
• Eibach pro-kit springs - small drop, a little stiffer than stock
• New shocks, strut bearings/bushings at 146k - Bilstein sports
• Z4 FCABs (extra caster) at 140k
• Slotted strut tops for 2* front camber
• H&R front and rear swaybars
• 17x9 D-Force LTW5 wheels in athricite with brand new 225/45/17 Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires (fantastic tires, will buy again!) literally less than 1k miles!
• 75mm Vorshlag wheel studs
• Reinforced rear subframe mounting points, poly rear subframe bushings
• Adjustable rear control arms
• M3 motor mounts, Rogue transmission mounts, M3 RTABs w/ limiters
• AFe intake, Bimmerbrakes headers, stock exhaust with Active Autowerke muffler (sounds great)
• Custom tune for the I/H/E from active autowerke (217 rwhp on the dyno)
• Underdrive pulleys
• 35% tint
• Newly refinished alcantara steering wheel - feels great
• GROM bluetooth integration
• Rogue short shifter
• M-style aluminum pedal covers, e-brake handle
• Gloss black kidney grills
• BMW motorsports floating front rotors
• Speed Bleeders
• Six speed manual solid clutch

The bad:
• two small rust bubbles on the rear passenger side quarter panel, two small dents on the same quarter. (see pics) Treated with POR15 two years ago.
• Bumpers both have a little gap to the body due to fender rolling and squeezing big tires that rubbed in the past.
• Small scratches and such on the paint.
• 2-3 door dings from parking garages, etc.
• Scratched paint, minor dent on trunk lid from a bike rack.
• Hood latch sticks out.
• Originally came with Xenon headlights but were getting worn out, swapped for halogen headlights.

Significant maintenance performed:
• Vanos replacement
• Cooling system (98k)
• Window regulators
• Steering guibo
• Driveshaft guibo
• Oil filter housing gasket
• Fuel pump
• Radiator
• Steering Rack
• Windshield
• Brake pads
• Continental tires
• Cam sensor, crank sensor, plugs, and filters

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There must have been a finger print on the left side of the lens because these are a little blurry.

loudes13 at yahoo or 224760two56

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