1998 BMW M3, This is an amazing car that I am selling because I live downtown and walk to work and need the money for a condo downpayment. -Brand new Michelin Pilot Sport tires with lifetime warranty ($1000 value) on 17" BMW sport wheels -Almost new Blizzak winter tires on premium BMW 16" alloy wheels ($2000 value) -Sound upgrades include 2 premium grade 12" subwoofers, Pioneer amp and brand new CD/MP3 player ($2500 value) -brand new A/C -Conforti Cold Air Intake system ($400 value) -Clear side lights -Newer premium racing brakes -Cop lights -Lots of band new suspension things, including shocks, struts, bushings, etc. -Brand new radiator and fan -New rear rotors in the box (I replaced the front ones, but bought the whole set and still have the rear ones for when you need them) -Car is wired for bluetooth -New fog light casing (I bought the set and only needed one), fault code reader/reset tool. This car is a '95 M3 with a '98 M3 engine. The engine has 40,000 miles on it and the body has $110,000 miles on it. The original engine was replaced by the previous owner. I have had the car for 3 years (about 18,000 miles). The first scheduled maintenance is at 80 or 100,000 miles so nothing should need to be done outside of oil changes and tire rotations for at least 45,000 more miles. The winter tires and summer tires are great because since they are both on their own set of wheels you just take the car to any place that does tire rotations and they rotate them by putting the other tires on, it costs like $15. M3 cars will not drive in snow without winter tires, it is a night and day difference when the Blizzaks are on. Even if you don't buy my car, make sure you get winter tires if you get an M3. They are rear wheel drive, very powerful, and have no weight in the back. I could talk about this car all day, but an M3 with an engine with only 35,000 miles and cold air intake on performance tires needs to be driven for you to really get the picture.