An distinctive 1984 BMW ALPINA B6 2.8/1, a uncommon gem amongst basic vehicles with solely round 260 ever made, is presently being auctioned on Convey-A-Trailer. This specific mannequin is the twenty fifth of its sort, mixing the timeless BMW E30 design with ALPINA’s distinctive efficiency upgrades.
The physique, initially in ALPINA Blue Metallic with silver ALPINA graphics, underwent repainting 5 years in the past. It options an ALPINA entrance spoiler, a rear decklid spoiler, and a power-operated sunroof. Notably, there’s a dent on the passenger door and a few paint flaws. It rides on basic ALPINA 16” alloy wheels, lately up to date with new Toyo Extensa HP tires.
Below its hood lies the B6/2 2.8-L inline-six engine, a testomony to ALPINA’s engineering prowess on the time. It options lighter Mahle pistons, a efficiency camshaft, and improved combustion chambers and exhaust techniques. Initially, it provided 210 hp and 199 lb-ft of torque, and has been retrofitted with a Bosch Motronic gasoline injection system from an E32.
The inside boasts basic Recaro LS seats in grey fabric with vinyl sides, embellished with blue and inexperienced stripes. A four-spoke MOMO steering wheel with an Alpina hub is fitted, alongside a VDO instrument cluster. The cluster features a non-functioning tachometer and a number of other illuminated warning lights. Preserving its heritage, the automotive options the unique wooden ALPINA shift knob, a cassette stereo, and an analog clock, together with a dashboard plaque confirming its standing because the twenty fifth B6 2.8/1 constructed.
As of now, this 1984 ALPINA B6 exhibits about 96,000 miles on the odometer and has acquired a high bid of $50,000, with three days remaining within the public sale. This distinctive automobile, quantity 25 out of roughly 260 produced throughout a two-year span, is obtainable in San Diego, California, with a clear Arizona title.