11-20-2009, 12:14 PM
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This is pretty sick...and expensive....I like the CSL wheels, and angel eyes.
Source: Customized 1988 BMW 6-Series Coupe with M5 Engine The 1988 BMW 6 Series Coupe displayed below doesn’t only impress by its 315HP 3.5-liter inline six-cylinder engine from the 1992 M5 E45 and a manual gearbox, but only by its price tag: $250,000. Yes, that 25 and about four more zeros.
After days of sitting with no offers, the buyer decided to lower the price to $45,000, a far more acceptable price range, but suddenly, the offer was reversed back to the original.
Why? Here is what the owner had to say:
“I decided today that it is not worth parting with my baby for less than $250,000. So the price starts here, regardless of any logic. It’s mine and when someone wants it they have to pay my price to get it, period. Otherwise one shall build his/her own.”
Aside from the beautiful standard look, the owner invested money in a special bodykit, new wheels and other bodywork that turns this 1988 635 CSi into a gorgeous car….if it wasn’t already.
But what really impresses us the most is the full leather interior that gives the car an ultimate luxury feel. Overall, the owner claims to have spent over $20,000 in parts and “wasted” five years of his life, not a bad way to invest in your passion, but apparently the total net cost would be around $92,000.
Will he able to part with his car after all these emotions he has put in?