We listed this car almost exactly one year ago and it is still up for sale. The BMW M1 is such a magnificent anomaly. Never before, nor since, has BMW made a mid-engined supercar (in fact, how many have come out of Germany period?), but when they did, they did it right. Sharp and exotic, it still looks irrefutably German, especially in white like our example today. It just sweats engineering excellence and Teutonic rightness, as though Kraftwerk is the only music the Blaupunkt is capable of playing. And while it’s held in high regard on its own merits, perhaps the M1’s greatest legacy is the fantastic inline-6 it later passed on to the E24 M6 and first two M5s. Today’s example is extra special with the Procar bodykit, mimicking the aggressive, flared look of the M1 race series and installed by none other than AC Schnitzer.
The clean white with black accents emphasizes the Germanness of this beefed-up M1. With about 23k miles, it’s a beautiful car with “no known issues.” It’s not perfect; the headers are very patina’d and the original paint doesn’t sparkle, but that’s ok. I kind of like that this is a badass time machine that doesn’t look like it has to sit in a showroom for the rest of its life. The $135,000 asking price is steep, but this is a rarity of a rarity and one of just 456. German exoticar pr0n, widebody M1 is thy name.