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NO RESERVE: 2007 BMW (E93) 335i M SPORT CONVERTIBLE

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This BMW 335i M Sport is a fast and stylish convertible, benefitting from a comprehensive maintenance history, recently refurbished alloy wheels and a well-appointed interior. This generation of 335i was the first BMW convertible to use a retractable hardtop roof, rather than the soft top alternative used previously. It is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre straight-six, which produces around 302bhp and 295lb-ft of torque. The odometer currently indicates 78,329 miles from new.

This 335i M Sport was originally supplied to Derek Woodman BMW in Blackpool and first registered on 1 September 2007. There are four previous keepers on the log book, and the vendor has owned the car for around six months.

Wearing the marque’s smart Black Sapphire Metallic finish, this convertible presents in very good condition, with the driver reporting only a small scratch on the nearside rear wing, some slight marking on the rear bumper, and stone chips on the front of the car. The vendor notes the paintwork on the front bumper has been repainted. The car’s 19-inch ‘Style 225’ alloy wheels have undergone a complete refurbishment and present with no kerb damage or blemishes.

Moving inside, the 335i M Sport convertible is upholstered with cream Dakota leather throughout, continuing through the door cards and lower dashboard. A piece of elegant silver trim separates the cream colour from the rest of the dashboard’s black finish. The driver’s seat presents with some wear to the bolster commensurate with the car’s age, and the owner has also reported some wear to the steering wheel top and slight damage to the driver’s door metal trim. There are no known electrical foibles, other than an intermittent turn signal fault warning.

The last service was undertaken in July 2020 at 77,719 miles by BMW specialist BMR Performance in Crawley. The vehicle underwent the standard engine oil and filter change, and technicians also replaced the spark plugs, nearside front drop link, both front brake hoses and the nearside front brake calliper. Prior to this, the 335i M Sport was seen in December 2017 at 68,907 miles by James Paul, a used BMW specialist in Horsham.

The most recent MOT test was on 21 April 2020 at 76,089 miles, which resulted in a clean pass with no advisories or defects. The 19-inch wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres in fitment 245/35/ZR19 at the front and 265/35/ZR19 at the rear, which the vendor reports have covered less than 500 miles and remain in excellent condition.

Accompanying the vehicle are the original BMW owner’s handbooks, service book and Road Map Europe DVD in their original leather wallet, as well two keys.

This BMW 335i M Sport Convertible is a prime example of a comfortable yet exciting open-top performance car, presented with solid maintenance history and in good order throughout. Ideal for long weekend cruises or as a pleasant daily driver, this elegant and powerful BMW would make a superb addition to any enthusiast’s garage.

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E93Cabseller

Hi Julianhh, thanks for your interest. In the time I have owned it I am not aware of any faults within those areas. The wastegates rattle a bit on cold start which disappears after a few seconds, I am told this is common on 335i engines at this mileage. Many thanks

£5,400Bid placed by Andybrevo

Julianhh

Hello. Please could you confirm that there is no problem with the high pressure fuel pump and/or the turbos/actuators. I understand these can be sometimes bothersome. Thanks. Jules

E93Cabseller

Hi Whisper,

Thanks for you interest. The turn signal fault warning relates to the FRM module according to BMR. The warning note is intermittent and the indicators all work but this may need replacing at some stage, a common issue I am told. Please see service history itemised below:

• 23rd July 2009 = Derek Woodman Ltd BMW @ 12,711 miles – Oil, Microfilter, Brake Fluid

• 20th August 2012 = Steve Durkin Vehicle Services @43,115 Miles – Oil, front brakes, spark plugs, fuel filter

• 10th November 2015 = Steve Durkin Vehicle Services @ 58,612 miles

• 1st December 2017 – James Paul BMW Specialists @ 68,907 miles – Engine oil, rear brakes, micro filter, spark plugs, brake fluid, air cleaner element, fuel filter

• 9th May 2019- Vines BMW Gatwick– Recall – Carried out BMW quality enhancement to install the repair cable for the positive battery terminal line and check blower output stage connection found slight damage to resistor , installed new resistors and short wiring harness

• 18th June 2020 – BM Autosport Ltd – Supply four fully refurbished original BMW 225M Sport alloy wheels with wider rears

• 11th July 2020 – BMR Performance Ltd @ 77,719 miles – Oil service, Brake fluid service, Micro filter service, spark plugs, air filter element, replace NSF caliper, full coolant change, 4 x new Michelin Pilot Super Sport NON run-flat tires, replace fuel cap, replace NSF drop link, replace under tray section, replace front brake hoses, replace rear pad sensor

£5,300Bid placed by Stephen_Lyle

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£5,000Bid placed by Stephen_Lyle

Whisper

Hi - what services has the car had beyond the two you have shown and can you tell me some more about the turn signal electrical fault? What are the symptoms and have you been advised what is needed to fix it?

Many thanks

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£3,197Bid placed by Platform1

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