2005 BMW M3 CSL E46
2005 BMW M3 CSL E46
|Model||M3 CSL E46|
|Mileage Indicated||26 695km|
|Engine||3.2 Straight Six|
|Exterior Colour||Silver-Grey Metallic|
Presenting a true rarity, this BMW CSL holds a distinct identity as number 14 out of a mere 65 in South Africa. What’s more astonishing is the remarkably low mileage – fewer than 30,000 kilometres on the clock, a rarity in itself. The CSL has service history from BMW, from 2005 to 2018.
This CSL stands as a prime exemplar of BMW’s prowess when it comes to crafting high-performance vehicles. The company’s dedication to speed is evident in its endeavours to shed weight using Carbon Fibre, outfitting it with lightweight sport seats, and breathing new life into the already impressive 3.2L Straight Six engine. As if that weren’t enough, this beast has received an enhancement in the form of an AC SCHNIZTER Exhaust system.
While this BMW CSL certainly appeals to collectors, it holds a special place for true BMW enthusiasts who relish the melodious symphony of the motor and the precision handling characteristic of the M3 E46. It’s not only a vehicle; it’s a testament to BMW’s excellence. And if you think this CSL is the fastest thing around, remember that our Auctioneer’s numbers fly equally high, adding an extra layer of excitement to the mix.
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