Drive Type: 2wd
Jackson, Mississippi, United States
This a very rare 1992 BMW 850i with a v12. I have this car listed for no reserve so it will sell to the highest bidder. This is a very nice original car with only 82,000 miles on it. This was a one owner car before I purchased it and I've only had it about 6 months and have put less than 500 miles on it. I bought the car as a toy and I just don't have the time or room for it do that's why I'm selling it. The car is all original besides an aftermarket cd player. It just had a full service including spark plugs and new fuel filter. The body is in great shape. It has a couple of very small door dings but that's it. The paint is in good shape for its age. It could use a good buffing but the paint still shines good. The interior is also in great shape with normal wear for a 20 year old car. The only real flaw on the exterior is a crack in the rear tail light lens( see pics ). Everything on the car works like it should and all in all this is a very nice original car. It gets a ton of attention everywhere I've been in it. For any questions feel free to call David@ 601-506-5732.
I can arrange very affordable shipping to anywhere.
I do require a $500 deposit within 24 hours after the end of the auction and full payment within 5 days.
This is your chance to own a very nice very rare BMW at a no reserve auction. This car will sell to the highest bidder regardless so please bid to win.
If you have no feedback or any negative feedback please contact me before bidding.
Once again for any questions please call David @ 601-506-5732.
Images of the overhauled BMW M3 sedan and M4 coupe have leaked ahead of a debut at next month's Detroit Auto Show, along with option sheets and some specs.
Both wear the standard hallmarks of BMW's M division. There's a subtle power dome in the hood, along with the requisite M3/4-branded strakes on the front fenders. The front and rear fascia are more aggressive than what we've seen in the 3/4 Series M Sport package, as well. Split-five-spoke wheels mean the neither car will stand out in the family portrait and those gold calipers, meanwhile, signify what has been rumored for some time - the M3 and M4 will be getting carbon-ceramic brakes.
The cabin is home to the standard suite of M accoutrements, including a new steering wheel and more heavily bolstered seats. Special trim, including carbon fiber, will be available to further set these cars apart from the standard models.
Chinese economic policies could be in for a big change, as President Xi Jinping pushes the communist country to open its domestic markets even further. That could mean big things for the auto industry, especially when it comes to the country's far-reaching joint-venture system.
According to Chinese law, foreign automakers may only maintain a fifty-fifty partnership with their domestic counterparts. But with Jinping's push for openness leading to potential free-trade deals, that policy could be relaxed (or eradicated all together) in short order. What's an automaker to do?
Well, in BMW's case, stay the course. Automotive News Europe reports that, despite the grumblings about the JV policy changes, the German manufacturer has resigned its agreement with Brilliance through 2028. This is made doubly remarkable by the fact that BMW signed the extension over three years before it was set to expire.
Generally speaking, marketing and journalism don't mix, but every now and then, what goes into the marketing of a car - the 2015 BMW M235i, in this case - is worth documenting. In that spirit, we took BMW up on its offer to bring us behind the scenes of its upcoming "drift mob" video, starring five red M235i coupes frolicking around a traffic circle in a major world city (BMW has asked us to be coy about which one so as not to blow its cover before the shoot).
The five drivers can all be considered legends of modern-day drifting and stunt driving: Rhys Millen, Samuel Hübinette, Dai Yoshihara, Rich Rutherford and Conrad Grunewald.
As the only US media outlet in attendance, Autoblog plans to follow up with a full story on the experience once BMW polishes and releases the video in a month or so. In the meantime, check out our photos of this epic practice session we captured on our first day hanging with the crew, and be sure to watch this space for more behind-the-scenes action.