Behold: the 1987 BMW Alpina B7 Turbo Coupe – an ultra rare variant of the E24 6-series and one of only 17 equipped with a catalytic converter resulting in slightly less horsepower (320bhp) but more torque ( 520 nm at 2,400 rpm as opposed to 512 nm at 3,000 rpm).

This B7, which had its interior reupholstered in red leather with sport seats shortly after leaving the factory, can be yours for €160,000.


23 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

    1. Tony

      i must say I like these old Beemers from the 80s and that red leather interior is as pimp as pimp can be

  1. martco

    those 6 series were always a bit of a barge I thought, even Alpina built..mad money!

    but from the same era & worth every penny (if you can find one straight unmolested will only ever get more valuable) is it’s brother the E28 M5 the one you really really want!

    a site to watch if u ever if you’re ever on the lookout for some prime 80’s getaway car from Munich:

    1. Mickey Twopints

      I had the use of an M5 for 24 hours back in the day (my then Boss owned it). I’ve never been the same since.

  2. Dr.Fart MD

    gorgeous car. really lovely. absolutely not worth 160k tho. you’d be spending that again in the mechanics over the following years too.

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