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Used BMW 1M for Sale Nationwide ... Used 2011 BMW 1M RWD for sale , 10,406 miles with Bluetooth, Sunroof/Moonroof, Navigation System, Premium Package, Alloy Wheels, Climate Package Avg. Dealer Rating: (21 reviews) "They appear so self-absorbed as to be indifferent about a customer. Their pricing is so ridiculously out of reason that it is a ...
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This M1 is absolutely gorgeous and at $965,000 is the most expensive BMW I’ve ever seen. It’s probably worth the money to a big time car collector, but it’s still hard to fathom that kind of ...
Stunning. Immaculate. Utter perfection. There are many ways to describe this Inka Orange 1981 BMW M1 for sale on eBay, and 7,980-mile time capsule is another.
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Used BMW for Sale Nationwide ... Used 2016 BMW X1 xDrive28i AWD for sale - $23,926, 38,555 miles with Sport Package, Leather Seats, Driver Assistance Package, Sunroof/Moonroof, Power Package, Navigation System, Technology Package, Aluminum Wheels, Heat Package ...
1981 BMW M1. BMW M1 October 17th, 1981. It was the only one with the twin-turbocharged setup, and is identifiable as such from the interior by way of the massive protruding boost controller that’s just begging to be nudged clockwise, if only to straighten out the Alpina crest today.
History is littered with automotive cul-de-sacs, but few are as fascinating as the BMW M1. During the mid-’70s, BMW’s motor sport boss Jochen Neerpasch wanted a new race car to replace the flamboyant CSL.