Z3 UK 2001-02 Brochures and price list for download

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Jonttt
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Z3 UK 2001-02 Brochures and price list for download

Post by Jonttt » Mon 28 Jun, 2010 11:43

Thought these may be of use, click to download the PDF files to your machine :wink:

These not only have nice pictures but also confirm specification (standard & options) with original prices for all 2001/02 models ie 1.9, 2.2, 3.0 (both normal and "sport" variants) & S54 engined ///M's

Z3 UK Nov 2001 Brochure Warning large file 73mb

Z3 UK Nov 2001 Price List 3mb

Z3 UK 2001/02 Accessory Catalogue Warning Large File 48mb

Z3 & Z8 2001/02 AC Schnitzer Accessory Catalogue Warning Large File 54mb
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Post by Alfie » Mon 28 Jun, 2010 12:34

Nice one.
Thanks Jon

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Post by yalden » Mon 28 Jun, 2010 14:08

Jon,

You really need to buy the inserts for your wheels, it'd be great to have the variety of split/solid spokes! They appear to be just £200 for the full set too so not a bad price 8-)

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Post by Jonttt » Mon 28 Jun, 2010 14:21

I have thought about them and missed a set on american eBay which sold just above my max bid (I had to factor in taxes and duty).

but..... I've seen some type III with them fitted and then removed. They badly scratch the paintwork so my worry is you cannot just fit and remove as you like as the retaining springs will scratch :head:

If I see a set cheap I'll no doubt pick them up..... also ........I have a set of Type II's with deep dish ET9 rears on the way :D
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Post by komis » Thu 01 Jul, 2010 11:21

That's great, many thanks for the links.

Just in case it might be of use to someone else, i found the German market prices & accessory list here:

http://www.z3-roadster-forum.de/phpBB2/ftopic4501.html (post-99 facelift)
http://www.z3-roadster-forum.de/phpBB2/ftopic5015.html (post-00 facelift)

It was intriguing to see that German cars ordered with M suspension option also included a limited slip diff as part of that package and that the LSD was also a standard item on 2.8 and M models (including coupe).

So i guess this means my car definitely has a limited slip diff on it :D well chuffed now...
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