1993 BMW 850Ci

The BMW 8 series is one of those rare instances where low production doesn’t necessarily mean high cost, discounting the 850CSi, of course. This was the second BMW to receive the V12 engine, debuting in 1990 with the option of a 5-speed automatic or 6-speed manual gearbox. It combined a wedge shape with a pillarless profile and sleek, low-rise concealed headlamps. While E31s like this 850Ci for sale in Minnesota are fairly affordable when it comes to big German coupes, everyone knows you have to be committed to endure the high running costs. Someone has to save these twelve cylinder wonders, though.

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Year: 1993
Model: 850Ci
Engine: 5.0 liter V12
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 23,060 mi
Price: No reserve auction

Notable features on this 1993 BMW 850i include BMW Security System, Heated Leather Seating, Telescoping Steering Wheel, Multi-disc CD player, Automatic Transmission, Electronic Damper Control, Air Bag for Driver & Passenger, Interior Mirror w/ Automatic Dip, Lumbar Support Driver & Passenger, Front Fog Lights, Limited Slip Differential, 5.0L V12 Engine, Split Folding Rear Seats, Speed-Sensitive Steering Wheel, 296HP ||| 332 ft-lbs of Torque, Remote Keyless Entry, Power Moonroof, and 12 Speakers. There are used cars, and then there are cars like this well-taken care of 1993 BMW 8 Series. This luxury vehicle has it all, from a posh interior to a wealth of great amenities. If you want a rare Bimmer with style, this 1993 BMW 850i with only 23k miles is the car for you. Have one less thing on your mind with this trouble-free 8 Series.

We haven’t seen many E31s sell on GCFSB. While the 850CSi is solidly passing the $30,000 mark and upward, the more luxury oriented variants are hovering in the $15,000 to $20,000 range, provided they are in good condition with low mileage. The starting bid on this car isn’t terrible, but doesn’t leave much room for those to get in at an attractive offer. We’ll keep an eye on this one to see if anyone bites. Considering there was only one 8 series and of those, less than 2,000 wore the 850Ci badge, these have the potential to become quite collectible over the coming years.

-Paul

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4 Comments

  1. Local car in Minneapolis. How is an auction “No Reserve” when it comes with a minimum starting bid?

  2. Early 850i/850ci’s autos are 4 speed.

    Good luck finding a CSI for 30K…

  3. Seriously? Use the words “8 series” and “trouble free” in the same ad?

  4. @Scott

    “I have owned a BMW 8 series for 7 years, none of those years has been trouble free”

    How’s that Scott? … no I never really owned one!

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