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1982 BMW 745i

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In my older years, when the car barn comes to fruition, I would like at least two 7-series in the collection: an E38 740i sport, and an E23. (I might make room for an Alpina B7). The E23 has completely grown on me over the past few years, with classic lines that show a graceful growth above the near-and-dear E28 5-series. The rare 745i was a grey-market import that brings a turbocharged 3.2l inline-6 to the party, cementing the E23’s viability as a highway destroyer.

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Year: 1982
Model: 745i
Engine: 3.2 liter turbocharged inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 75,292 mi
Price: Reserve auction

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This is an amazing imported1982 BMW 745i sedan. The VIN number is WBAFJ4109C7534409. This is a very sought after vehicle. It has the famous 3205cc turbocharged motor. This vehicle has 252 horse power VS. the US. version of 174 horse power. The 745I was offered only in Europe. It was imported in 1982. It was manufactered in late 1981. It is in spectacular condition. The car is a performance machine. A definite collector car for the BMW aficionado.

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For the days when the M5 might be just a little too quick or loud, I want to roll deep in this 80s delight – one arm on the wheel, on lounging on the leather armest. The OEM 15″ bottle caps are classic, but these 7ers look amazing with slightly upsized BBS or OEM+ rims. Beautifully cared for and barely used, this car will likely head a little over $10k and be worth every penny.

-NR

2 Comments

  1. Grecoalley
    Grecoalley November 10, 2013

    This car needs a boost. It does look like a great car, but it has been on ebay continuously for about 2 years. Original asking price was well into the teens, and if it does bring 10G, I hope the seller takes it.

  2. Raymond
    Raymond November 11, 2013

    As the above poster noted, this is a case where if the seller actually wants to sell, the price needs to be adjusted to meet a buyer. Nice looking car, but either the seller is out of touch with the market or there is an issue here once a buyer shows up to inspect and then the buyer bails.

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