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FS: 2004 E55 w/Kleemann K3 -SOLD

Although I love my E55, it's time to move on. The car runs very strong & has no major issues.

The car is located in Ocala, FL. Contact via PM please.
Asking $19k / OBO

71K miles
Exterior: Obsidian Black Metallic
Interior:Black w/Blue inserts
Wood: Black Ash
Panoramic Roof
Command w/Nav
Drive Dynamic seats w/massage feature
1 working key & all manuals

Modifications (All work performed by C2 Design in Tampa):
Kleemann K3:
Kleemann ECU/168mm pulley
Kleemann Shorty headers, ceramic coated
Kleemann Cams
LET (now Eurocharged) Heat Exchanger
Johnson Pump
K&N filters
Kleemann steering wheel
Eurotek matte carbon diffuser
Smoked side markers (Invisible day/visible at night)
Lightly smoked tail lights
K40 w/laser diffuser, stealth install (see below)

Recent work/maint:
New rotors & pads on all 4 wheels
Tires: Bridgestone RE050 probably have 2-3k on them

Minor wear & tear for a 10 year old car.
One recent scratch/gouge low on/under the right front spoiler (the GF needs parking lessons apparently)
One minor rock chip on right windshield (no crack)
Clamshell console top is "bubbled" (typical for this design)
Left console latch just broke (new one on order, but it's off/broken right now)
Brand new cupholder just developed an attitude 2 days ago; might be easily fixable, I haven't played with it yet (was $150 about 6 months ago)
The K40 works intermittently. I've had C2D replace components on it a few times; honestly I'm writing it off, but the new buyer could certainly have it brought back to life.
The car has the Affalterbach "Mario" badge, but it is losing it's enamel; probably needs a new hood badge or star


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Discussion Starter · #3 ·

I never had the car dynoed, but Kleemann/C2 Design estimated 600/600. The cams really changed the car quite a bit; removed some of the low end torque (which was ridiculous) and bumped the mid & top end. I'm pretty sure the buyer will be happy.
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