For Sale at Auction: 1990 BMW 1600 in Scottsdale, Arizona

Vehicle Description

This Alpina B10 is #053 of 507 produced. The B10 was the fastest sedan in the world during its production period from 1989 until 1994, with a maximum speed of 180 mph. It was based on BMW's 535i sedan. Alpina modifications included twin Garrett turbochargers, an intercooler, Mahle pistons, self-leveling suspension and 13-inch brakes. Other upgrades included Alpina wheels, cloth upholstery and wood trim. It was not sold in the U.S. and retailed in Europe for over $85,000 when new. This car was originally an Alpina demo model, and was sold to Hermann Linn, a BMW motorcycle dealer in Germany. It was later shipped to Japan, where it remained until 2016. It was brought from a Japanese collection to the U.S., exported to a collector in Canada and is now in Arizona. The car is in mostly unrestored condition. The hood and bumpers have been resprayed during prior ownership, and a set of side skirts and a rear apron by Zender and AC Schnitzer were installed and painted to match in Diamond Schwarz Metallic. 2,000 kilometers (1,243 miles) have been added by the current owner. Jackie Jouret, former editor of Bimmer magazine, drove this car and used it for her 19-page article, "Last of the Breed: The Alpina B10 Biturbo 1989-1994."

Vehicle Details

  • 1990 BMW 1600
  • Listing ID:CC-1556654
  • Price:Auction Vehicle
  • Location:Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Year:1990
  • Make:BMW
  • Model:1600
  • Exterior Color:BLAK
  • Interior Color:BLAK
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:0
  • Stock Number:137674
  • VIN:WAPBATL000B750053

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Westworld of Scottsdale
16601 North Pima Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
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