This 1991 BMW 850i is finished in Laguna Green Metallic over a tan interior and is powered by a 5.0-liter V12 paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. The car was reportedly purchased new in Florida and was registered to its original owner in Iowa before being acquired by the seller in July 2019. Services within the past four years have reportedly included replacing the O2 sensors, spark plugs, crank case vents, intake manifold gaskets, and more. Now showing 25k miles, this E31 is offered with its removed factory wheels, factory literature, service records, a window sticker, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.
The pillar-less body is finished in Laguna Green Metallic (266) and features pop-up headlights, front fog lamps, a power sunroof, tinted side windows, and quad square exhaust tips.
Staggered-width 18″ Breyton wheels are wrapped in Nitto NT555 tires measuring 235/40 in front and 265/35 out back. The seller notes that the stock Style 8 wheels are included in the sale, and the full-size factory spare can be seen in the gallery below.
The cabin is upholstered in tan leather with a matching dashboard and door panels, and amenities include power-adjustable front seats with integrated seat belts, an onboard computer, a factory cassette stereo, and a BMW car phone. The seller notes a tear in the headliner on the sunroof panel and states that the driver’s seat occasionally has difficulty adjusting forward.
A black leather-wrapped steering wheel fronts factory instrumentation including a 7k-rpm tachometer and a 190-mph speedometer. The digital odometer displays just over 25k miles, approximately 400 of which have been added by the seller, who notes that the SRS airbag light intermittently flashes.
The 5.0-liter M70B50 V12 was factory-rated at 296 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque, and power is sent to the rear wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission. The seller recently replaced fuses for the blower motor, and prior servicing in August of 2019 included a brake fluid flush, oil change, and replacement of the air filter and washer fluid switch. Additional work over the past four years has reportedly included replacement of the drive belt, crank case vents, breather hoses, intake manifold gaskets, spark plugs, mass air meters, oxygen sensors, and the air-conditioning drive belt and tensioner assembly.
The July 2020 Carfax report shows no accidents or damage history, lists at least one open recall, and displays registration in Iowa and Florida.