1990 BMW Z1 (E30)SOLD

1990 BMW Z1 with electric doors, in the US on US Title

See all the Images for this Car
In the 80s BMW decided on a contest between their own development teams BMW “M” and BMW Technik. Both groups were asked to build a new innovative car. BMW Technik dug deep into their desks and came with doors that disappear into the body, a 2-seater Roadster (this is before the Mazda Miata revolutionized the open car market. One of the highlights of the car is that all painted body parts of the car are fiberglass and can be removed and exchanged for a different color. Separate body kits were made available in all colors.
The car is loosely based on the 325 model with modifications to the frame. Many of the modifications and innovations that came from the Z1 design and project were later implemented into the BMW series of the 90s and into today.
The car was never made available for the US market. Only 8000 total units were built. Waiting lists in Europe were 2 years plus. Since the car was never federalized and properly tested the car is not eligible to be imported under the regular import rules. With the special exemption any buyer will have to verify that the car is not being driven for more than 2500 Miles per year. The car is considered a historical significant car and as such eligible for such exemption by the US government.

Reference Number 9788

as of 5/21/2007

Overview
Car 1990 BMW Z1 (E30)
Small Series  1 of 8000 
Exterior / Interior Color      Green /      Black 
Condition Very Good 
Mileage 172.000 km 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
More Images
See all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this Car