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    FS: 2005 BMW 330iT ZHP 6MT - The ZHP Touring is for sale...

    2003 BMW 330 ZHPs For Sale
    2004 BMW 330 ZHPs For Sale
    2005 BMW 330 ZHPs For Sale
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    UPDATE 11/12/18: deposit received!


    It is with a seriously heavy heart that i am listing the ZHP Touring for sale.

    For those of you that know me, this car and its’ build have been chronicled in detail on here (http://www.zhpmafia.com/forums/showt...ouring-project). I am a reasonable guy and am not out to hide anything, so this car is presented here with all of its glory, and all of its shortcomings. It is a car that I’ve poured my imagination, time, and resources into. It is a car that has been with me through some very trying times in my life. It has carried me to work, it has tackled on- and off-ramps, twisties, stop and go traffic, grocery runs, snow storms… carried my kids, various oversized car parts, an oven… it is the very definition of “all-purpose.” It was built with longevity and durability in mind, with the addition of the VinceBar and VinceSkinz, as well as numerous new parts and refurbishments. It was also built for fun, comfort and aesthetic appeal – I was, let’s just say, extremely thorough in the build of this car into a true 330iT ZHP Touring – if ever BMW had made one – with a few additional touches with only make for more fun. This car has incredible response, balance, and noise.

    I am listing it here for $11,500 USD. Which, if you tried to build one to the spec that i built this one, you would find quite a feat. I can assist for any US buyers with paperwork and advice on the importation process – it is very easy.

    You will not be disappointed in the driving experience.

    Please PM me, email me (peterslater79 AT gmail DOT com), or text/call me at 416 nine one nine 2618.

    Thanks!

    Peter


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    Chassis:
    - 2005 330iT ZHP (originally 2005 325iT RWD 5-speed)
    - 252K KMs (155K miles)
    - VIN: WBAEN33475EZ15717
    - 1/~4200 Tourings built for North America; originally 1/7 in the spec it was delivered in; now 1/1
    - 2 owners since new

    Engine:
    - 2004 M54B30 ZHP engine that was from my own ZHP sedan that I owned for 4 years
    - DME reflashed with latest ZHP software
    - OEM M3 engine mounts
    - VANOS rebuilt (2015)
    - New OEM valve cover (2016)
    - Fresh gaskets throughout (valve cover, oil pan, OFHG) (12/2017)
    - Fresh belts (12/2017)
    - G.A.S. CCV (12/2017)
    - G.A.S. expansion tank cap
    - New OEM radiator (2017)
    - Full cooling system refresh (2015)
    - New OEM coil packs (2017)
    - Fresh spark plugs (12/2017)
    - Fresh cabin filter (12/2017)
    - aFe Pro Dry S intake with freshly cleaned filter (12/2017)
    - BMW Performance exhaust (12/2017); potentially the last one ever available in North America
    - STETT silicone intake boots
    - Recent MAF sensor (2017)
    - Inspected and re-o-ringed DISA valve
    - Fresh coolant (12/2017)
    - A/C works 90%; could use a purge and re-fill
    - Oil change @ 238K KMs with Shell Rotella T6 5w40 and LubriMoly Ceratec (next treatment due at 288K KMs)
    - Oil change at 248K KMs with Shell Rotella T6 5w40 and LubriMoly MoS2 treatment

    Transmission:
    - 6-speed ZF from my ZHP sedan
    - Fresh OEM M3 transmission mounts
    - Valeo SMF conversion kit with new clutch (12/2017)
    - New rear main seal, throw-out bearing, selector fork pin (metal)
    - CDV delete
    - Fluid changed with OEM BMW MTL (2016)
    - RTD ‘mini’ 300mm return-to-center shifter
    - AKG DSSR
    - Fresh selector rod bushing
    - Stock shifter components included

    Drivetrain:
    - Fresh giubo/flex disk (12/2015)
    - Fresh driveshaft carrier bearing (12/2015)
    - MFactory 3.46 helical LSD (12/2015)
    - TMS aluminum rear subframe mounts (12/2017)
    - VinceBar and VinceSkinz epoxy + rivet-on RACP reinforcement kits (12/2017)
    - ECS polyurethane rear diff mounts

    Suspension:
    - OEM ZHP hubs and trailing/control arms from my 2004 ZHP sedan
    - OEM ZHP coupe springs
    - Koni Yellow adjustable front struts
    - Bilstein PSS9 10-way adjustable shocks
    - Rogue rear strut mounts
    - Fresh ZHP front control arms (12/2017)
    - Fresh OEM tie rod assemblies (12/2017)
    - ZHP steering rack (13.7:1) with fresh Redline PS fluid (12/2017)
    - AKG polyurethane FCABs
    - BW sealed spherical RTABs
    - OEM M3 upper + lower outer RCABs
    - M3 front swaybar (26mm) with polyurethane bushings
    - Fresh OEM front swaybar endlinks (12/2017)
    - E46 ‘vert rear swaybar (20mm)
    - Front strut bar
    - OEM front strut reinforcement plates

    Brakes:

    - Fresh calipers front and rear (8/2018)
    - Fresh rear rotors (8/2018)
    - Rebuilt handbrake assemblies (8/2018)
    - Fresh brake fluid (DOT4 – 8/2018)
    - Stoptech ‘Sport’ pads (2017)
    - Front rotors (2017)
    - Front soft brake lines (2017)

    Exterior:
    - OEM MTechII Touring bumpers and skirts
    - Factory gloss black shadowline trim (delivered on only 17 E46 Tourings for North America!!)
    - 18x8.5” ET38 Apex ARC-8 wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport 245/35/18 (7-8/32” tread)
    - 3mm rear spacers
    - TRS EvoX RetroQuik bi-xenon kit
    - Fresh door mirror glass (2017)
    - Rust in RR arch repaired and dent in LR arch repaired (2016), but paintwork was not awesome; small bubbles happening in weld spots on repair in RR arch
    - Scratch on rear bumper (RR)
    - Rash on lower edge of front bumper
    - Rock chips all over front end of car – bumper is the worst
    - Rust bubbling starting on hatch above license plate light bar

    Interior:
    - Black leather M3 front seats with power, heat, lumbar, and adjustable kidney bolsters
    - Black leather rear seats
    - Anthracite A/B/C/D pillars and headliner, with black hardware and grab handles (all OEM!!)
    - Black aluminum cube trim (from my ZHP sedan)
    - Black leather door panels (from my ZHP sedan)
    - ZHP gauge cluster
    - M3 3-spoke sport steering wheel with half-perforated leather and tri-color stitching
    - FW rev 4.3 LCM with triple-blink and euro-hazard coding
    - Custom tall Coby Wheel alcantara shift boot and E90 M Sport perforated leather knob
    - Alcantara Coby Wheel handbrake boot
    - OEM HomeLink module
    - AUX-in for stereo
    - M Sport dead pedal
    - M Sport door sills
    - Both airbag recalls done
    - Manual-dip rearview mirror

    Misc:
    - Car needs nothing other than a new owner to enjoy and use regularly
    - Comes with two keys (I’m picky about this)
    - Maintenance spreadsheet and paper records from myself and original owner
    - Car comes with a spare parts package
    - Can negotiate a set of winter wheels into the deal


    IMPORT PROCESS

    since i have had quite a few interested parties from the US, i figured that i should add details on how to import the car to the US. i am only 1.5hrs from the thousand islands (NY; I-81) border crossing, and am willing to pick you up at the toronto or ottawa airports - i want to make this easy for any prospective buyer... it's what i would expect if i was doing it.

    1. i get a letter from BMW NA stating that the car has no open recalls (easy - they will email it to me)
    2. the buyer fills out the paperwork for the importation (it's 2 forms - see below)
    3. the buyer purchases a MPH gauge cluster face (ebay is good for this)
    4. the buyer flies up here to pickup the car
    5. we install a MPH gauge cluster face
    6. the buyer goes through importation process at the border - they basically verify that the car is the same as what is on the forms. you'll have to pay an import duty, which is 2.5%.
    7. you cruise on home and then deal with getting it registered in your state; the car meets all NA federal regs, so the ONLY thing you'd need to change on the car is install a US speedo/gauge face in the cluster.

    alternatively, you could have the car shipped - there are lots of companies that do the importation for you.

    here are the details on the US CBP site:

    https://www.cbp.gov/trade/basic-impo.../importing-car

    the forms required can be downloaded here (3520-1 and HS-7):

    https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/det...-into-the-u.s.
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    Wow, I remember following your build when I was first looking into ZHP's, absolutely gorgeous. Sorry that you have to let it go, but GLWS! Hopefully it stays within the mafia
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    Beautiful wagon, good luck with the sale!

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    Best of luck with the sale. Are you looking to get back into another E46/ZHP?

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    FS: 2005 BMW 330iT ZHP 6MT - The ZHP Touring is for sale...

    Wow man. Was wondering what you were going to price it. I would even venture to say 11.5 is a steal..

    Good luck with the sale Peter!


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    My car is gray. I like gray - guess I'm boring.


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    wish the very best luck on this fine gem of a car. I wouldnt change a thing on it and love that its red. i would so love to have a red wagon to match my red sedan.

    the next owner is going to have a beautiful example of a wagon.
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    absolutely 10/10

    I would let the shifter guts show with a nice ZHP knob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prestovie View Post
    Wow, I remember following your build when I was first looking into ZHP's, absolutely gorgeous. Sorry that you have to let it go, but GLWS! Hopefully it stays within the mafia
    thanks man, so do i!


    Quote Originally Posted by sean96gsr View Post
    Beautiful wagon, good luck with the sale!
    thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by joeybananaz18 View Post
    Best of luck with the sale. Are you looking to get back into another E46/ZHP?
    i thought about it, but i ended up picking up an E90 335i M Sport (in one of the pics above) - i'll do a thread on it at some point. i just needed to distance myself from any reminders of the Touring for a while - the shift from this into something different is representative of more than just a car for me, it's like some sort of catharsis. it means a lot.


    Quote Originally Posted by Stigissimo View Post
    Wow man. Was wondering what you were going to price it at. I would even venture to say 11.5 is a steal..

    Good luck with the sale Peter!
    thanks nic. yeah, i think the price is fair. i am definitely losing a shitload on this car. but i hope a fellow 'mafia member can take the reigns and enjoy it!
    peter



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    Quote Originally Posted by nextelbuddy View Post
    wish the very best luck on this fine gem of a car. I wouldnt change a thing on it and love that its red. i would so love to have a red wagon to match my red sedan.

    the next owner is going to have a beautiful example of a wagon.
    thanks shawn!


    Quote Originally Posted by GDMChRiZ View Post
    absolutely 10/10

    I would let the shifter guts show with a nice ZHP knob.
    haha. not my style, i'm understated... and i love the feel of the E90 M Sport knob.

    but thanks about the 10/10 comment! it's not 10/10 in terms of exterior aesthetics (i'm not awesome at that stuff), but otherwise it's pretty kick ass.
    peter



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    2009 BMW 335i M Sport 6MT | the next chapter

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    Sorry to see Peter, this is an awesome touring! GLWS


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