2003 BMW 330I sedan

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: BMW
  • Model: 3-Series
  • SubModel: 330I
  • Type: Sedan
  • Year: 2003
  • Mileage: 222,000
  • VIN: Wbaev53443km31059
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 3.0
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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2003 BMW 3-Series Description

I had this listed on another ebay account, it was set to end today and ebay deleted the auctions. Basically i had listed something a while back, it didnt sell and ebay charged me $200 and i wasn't paying $200 for nothing, so i made a new account to sell the vehicle. Ebay found out and restricted my account. I did however get my original account restored, ebay waived the fee and reinstated my original sellers account (thanks!) so Here we are
Hopefully this is the last time i list this.

I have a 2003 bmw 330i up for sale. Power everything, harmon kardon audio, sport interior, power sunroof, 5 speed manual.

I listed this car as remanufactured condition because i have replaced just about every part on this car. I am a car enthusiast and mechanic with over 15 years wrenching. This car was my hobby for the last 4 years. I spared no expense in keeping it maintained. I drove this car all over the country thus all the work done. I am being honest about the car, it is a good car. It will run for 200k easily reletively maintenance free with everything i've done to it. The ONLY reason i am selling it is because i am moving out of state, and i cant bring it. I planned on keeping this car forever.. which is why i put so much money into it.

Since i have owned the car i have replaced the starter, battery, fuel pump, fuel filter, vanos rebuild, valve cover gasket, oil filter housing gasket, ccv, icv and throttle body serviced yearly, disa, replaced all vacuum hoses, replaced entire cooling system, engine mounts, tranny mounts, belt tensioner, engine pulleys, cam sensor. Control arms, control arm bushings, struts, front and rear sway bar bushings and end links. Car was originally an automatic, the automatic went and i swapped in a 5 speed manual from a 330ci. Oem clutch has 5k on it. Replaced rear axles, driveshaft, guibo, and in the last 250 miles it got new brake rotors all around, new pads and all 4 wheel bearings. New shocks and mounts, new water pump alternator and belt. I replaced the seats, the steering wheel, the center console.

Clear corner lights and side markers, angel eyes, headers, poly bushings, raceland ultim, also including stock sport suspension. Front plate bracket delete, mechanical to electric fan conversion. Also the manual swap, i kept the stock rear diff so it actually has a little more pep than a stock manual with thr 3.38 gears.

That being said, the dash reads 222k. If you're serious about the car you will appreciate the value in having all this stuff already replaced. If you plan on keeping an e46 and putting miles on it, you will eventually be doing alot of the same stuff.. at least if you want to keep that bmw feel. These cars typically start having issues at around 130k due to lack of maintenance. I work on these cars all the time. Nobody ever has blue bmw coolant.. i spent the extra money because it was my hobby. I used oem parts just about everywhere. Especially where it matters. I have had 3 of these cars. This is the first one i bought and the only one i still have. Its been a great car, but it is time to move on. I realize it has high miles, but its just a number. Everything that can go wrong has been fixed. Even if you had to replace the engine for some reason (not likely unless you beat on it) it would still cost you less in the long run to replace the engine in this, then to do all the standard maintenance on a 130k mile e46. These cars pretty much all have the same issues over time.. so this is not your average 222k mile car. I have receipts for the parts to be included, if you have ANY questions please ask.