471whp 31mpg stock-looking and sounding 2007 335i with 318d badge and a complete M3 suspension
Titanium silver exterior, originally it had coral red interior but I swapped worn out seats with M3 Novillo black leather seats and split center armrest from. Doors are still coral red and the combo looks great! Trim is high-gloss black.
Bought it 2 years ago from a dealer in Queens with 51k miles. The car has an accident in Carfax from previous owner but from what I know it was very minor and was reported just for insurance purposes. I've been under the car more than I was in it
There are no replaced body parts, no welds and no bent suspension parts (and if there were that's all been changed!). Everything looks straight and even.
~70k miles. Actual mileage on Nov 11 is 69,176
Sport, premium, navigation (CIC), cold weather, comfort access, bluetooth. Basically completely loaded.
Procede v5 with NLS and 2-stepLooks/Interior/Misc
Procede PWM methanol injection with Vishnu charge pipe. 2.5 gallon tank mounted in the trunk. Right now I have 5 gallon tank of meth that I will include with the car.
Drive Shaft Shop "1000-hp" axles
Brand new BMW OEM drivesaft
Complete M3 suspension including M3 rear bushings
Clutchmasters FX400 clutch with stock resurfaced flywheel (no noise!). Clutch is a little stuttery but it's normal for a performance clutch.
Eibach Pro suspension kit. Very minor drop. I'm in NYC so it doesn't make sense to slam cars here.
Complete exhaust from 335IS including resonators so there's no drone. Secondary cats are intact so no smell either! The exhaust is stockish-quiet at idle and regular driving and deafening loud past 4000RPM. Exhaust note is also very unique, not something you normally hear from 335.
Active Autowerke catless downpipes.
HPF front mount intercooler
850-watt radiator fan from an 1M
Forge diverter valves
aFE dual-cone intake
M3 cabin filters. Way more space to work with.
M-tech rear OEM bumper
OEM 313 style 18" wheels wrapped in Continental DWS (60-80% of thread left). Unforgettably 3 of the rims are curbed. I bought them like that. There's an OEM BMW spare and jack kit in the trunk.
BMS Spacers, 12mm front, 15mm rear. No rubbing whatsoever. Fenders are NOT rolled.
Complete CIC retrofit.
Rixter V2 boost gauge.
Escort ZR4 Laser Jammer heads installed 2x front 1x rear. I'm taking the 9500IX so you have to buy that if you want them working.
BMW Performance electric steering wheel.
LUX Angel Eyes and reverse lights.
LCI tail lights.
OEM black novillo M3 leather seats
OEM black novillo leather center split armrest
OEM high-gloss black trim.
OEM alarm retrofitted
35% tint on side windows, 5% on rear window.
100% functioning M3 cluster retrofit.
Lots of unique coding features that no other car has (I have a little bit of coding experience ).
I dynoed 471 hp and 469 torque last week at my "default" settings of just 17.5lbs peak. I'm sure you can put 4 more meth nozzles, E85 and race gas and get 550hp out of it, but reliability was my goal and that's why I'm staying at "just" 470hp. Highway MPG is 30-32, I average around 25 with mixed city/highway driving.
Had car driven by many very known people in our community and I've driven even more people in it from the forums, everyone were either scared or impressed by the car
Car has just under 70k miles but is well taken care of. I drive my car. Some people buy cars to look at them and call them their babies, but not me. This car is my bitch and I bought it to drive it.
Body-wise there's no damage. There's a small dent on the trunk that you need to look for under specific lighting conditions and angle but I don't worry about it too much. You can put a lip to cover it if you're anal.
The intake valves were cleaned 5k miles ago, the spark plugs, coils and injectors were all just recently changed a month ago. Both fuel pumps were also changed in the beginning of the year.
MPG proof. That's NYC driving.
Brand new BMW OEM windshield
The price I was looking for is $29000
for the car "as is". There are $15-20k in mods and labor alone so I think it's a fair price.
There's no warranty or CPO on the car but I can provide you with information or help after the purchase. I have shops and dealers where the car was worked on and a lot of people know and will help me and you out.
There's lien on the title so there will be about a week or so of time between the payment and the lien-free title. If you're a responsible and mature person we might figure something out for that one week (i.e. driving with my plates).