One of less than 550 North American models, this rare 6-speed manual 850i is terribly sinister in black on black with a number of performance upgrades to boot. These 8-Series coupes are one of the all-time coolest designs to come from BMW, and they look like a concept car even today. Retailing for almost $85,000 back in 1991, this example features factory optional electronic damping control and traction control, as well as performance upgrades in the form of Dinan performance software, Supersprint exhaust, Eibach Springs, Bilstein Dampers, stainless steel brake lines and lightweight AC Schnitzer alloy wheels. It shows in superb condition with low mileage for a 1991, and is outfitted with a number of modern-day features like auto-dimming mirrors, heated power adjustable seats, 6-disc CD changer and an on-board computer. We have on extensive service records back to 1998 on file, along with the original owners books and CarFax history report, and this 850i just completed a 71-point pre-sale inspection.
A rare sight on the roads today, this BMW 850Ci coupe is one of less than 200 imported to North America in 1996. These 8-Series coupes are one of the all-time coolest designs to come from BMW, and they look like a concept car even today. Retailing for over $93,300, this three-owner example features a number of standard features that are still considered modern like electronic damping control, power adjustable heated front seats, 6-disc CD changer, auto-dimming mirrors and auto climate control. Upgraded 5-spoke wheels have supplanted the stock units, updating the look of this 850. 1996 8-series are V12 powered coupes with a 5.4L power plant under the hood mated to a smooth 5-speed automatic transmission. Original MSRP was $93,360. This 850Ci just passed a 71-point pre-sale inspection at the Park Place LTD Service Center and a three-owner CarFax history report is included.