2010 BMW 135i Convertible Msport
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My pride and joy is up for a sale. She is a 2010 135i M-Sport convertible N54 twin turbo motor with ZF steptronic auto box with paddles, M-sport suspension, PDC rear and climate control. It is definitely one of the lowest mileage, neatest examples left in the country for its year. The car is completely accident free. It was serviced at BMW dealerships/agents until 2014 and had its last motorplan work done in 2015 at continental cars BMW and then I began servicing it at Hudson Spence and Son which is the registered Subaru dealership and workshop in Port Elizabeth. The car has only ever been serviced with parts and fluids bought at the BMW dealership. I have all service books and owners manuals and spare key etc. I have also performed extra maintenance that was not included in BMW’s official maintenance schedule of the car such as Differential fluid change, full radiator and coolant flush and replace, Gearbox fluid change and serice performed by ZF in Cape town and Intake port cleaning/blasting performed by C-teq in Capetown. This was all performed in 2015 at around 65000km. The vehicle has since then only done 9600km!! and has been a garage queen for the last 4 years only to be taken out on weekends to stretch its legs along the freeway to the large shopping centre on the outskirts of PE and back. The car has a few of the classic bolt on modifications. I still have all the original parts except the charge pipe, 1.)BMS JB4 G5 ISO 2.)Rennzport 76mm catless downpipies 3.)BMS oil catch can 4.)BMS DCI intakes 5.)RBTURBO PCV valve upgrade 6.) ER charge pipe in anodized black diverter valve version. 7.) OEM N55 catless midpipe Cosmetically, it has a carbon fibre boot fin and front bumper splitters. The car is in AMAZING condition for its age, however it does have a few problem areas. These are: 1.)The infamous N54 wastegate rattle! The wastegates are rattling and the turbos are going to need to be reconned or replaced. 2.)The aircon needs regassing. 3.)The tyres need replacing and an alignment (Currently has Michelin pilot sports on) 4.) There is light cosmetic damage on a portion of the steering wheel and top compartment lid on the dashboard and the paint of the increase/decrease climate control fan button is smudged. I bought the car with these and was told by the dealership that the previous owner was a woman whose nail polish caused the pealing on the plastic. 5.) Stone chips around the bonnet badge and on the front bumper. A chip in the side skirt on the drivers side. A scratch and ding behind the drivers side door from what looks like another cars door at a parking lot. Some very light scratches under the left rear tail light on the bumper, most likely from car valet services washing the car improperly. The one wheel has a R5 sized coin portion of the pain lifting..I can only assume this is from a workshop spilling something on the rim they weren’t meant to. No price negotiations before viewing.
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