This beautiful E34 Alpina B10 is of the tamer 3.5/1 variety, not the Biturbo monster that Carter posted a few months back, but it still had a healthy 46hp more than the standard 535i. Beyond the breathed-on engine, it comes with about as much style as an E34 can handle, rocking Alpina 20-spokes, pinstriping, seats, and freight-train front spoiler all installed in Beuchloe, Germany. This was just the 9th example made out of a run that reached 572. Personally, I appreciate the omission of the rear spoiler, helping it looks just about perfect inside and out. All factory Alpina cars command a hefty premium over stock examples, but this will get you pretty much all of the Biturbo’s show, just with a bit less go.
Click for details: 1988 Alpina B10 3.5/1 on eBay
This 1988 Alpina B10 3.5/1 was recently brought over from Japan (5/2015) and it’s in excellent condition throughout.
This is a stock example with catalytic converters in place, and 139k kilometers works out to just over 86,000 original miles. This car is original Buchloe build 5-speed car ,not a conversion!..
Rust and accident-free
Strong matching number engine and gearbox.
Electrics are fully functional including cold-blowing A/C
The car is sold with a clear US title and all importation documents.
Owners manual and original ALPINA certificate of Authenticity(COA) included.
Delphin green color( This greyish-green is a signature Alpina shade color)
No evidence of prior accident repair.
This vehicles vin is WAPBA35018BB30009
it was build in 1988 and is number 9 from production line
The mileage is displayed in kilometers which are converted to miles for the add.
Of course Carter’s Biturbo would be more fun, packing 360hp into the E34 rather than this car’s 254, but there’s no question that this is a decent prospect for a BMW collector that has been priced out of the nice E30 M3 market. This sexy Alpina will draw lots of attention at shows (and on the street if you let it out) – just don’t race it against any generation of M5.