1994 BMW 850CSi Coupe for sale! Motorcar Classics is proud to
present this rare 1994 BMW 850CSi Coupe featured in black with
white and black leather interior. At #8232; a 1994 MSRP of
$108,450, the CSi was the company flagship. Its V12 powerplant was
bored and stroked by BMW M GmbH, the renamed BMW Motorsport
division. Think of this car as the firm's M8, which was produced in
limited numbers with only 200 examples over two years. Unique CSi
characteristics include its front air dam and rear skirt with
diffuser, its 17-inch M-styled forged alloy wheels and
fore/aft-specific rubber. Front tires are 235/45ZRs; rears,
265/40ZRs. The suspension is M-modified as well. With its 6-speed
manual gearbox this big coupe will run 0-60 under 6 seconds. The
car was cherished by its second owner since 2006. It still wears
the decals on the drivers side of the passenger window showing the
break-in period rules. The car was thoroughly serviced by an
authorized dealer last year to bring all services up-to-date. The
car also received new tires and the total investment was about
$16,000. It has covered only 36k miles and has all original factory
paint. It has never been damaged. The car includes a substantial
history file with service receipts and all manuals. This is truly
an investment- grade example of a rare and desirable BMW.
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