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Old 13th November 2009, 20:27   #1
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BMW Alpina B7 Turbo Coupé -84. #22

It has arrived in Sweden and all the papers are done and dusted!
I sold my E28 B7 Turbo and regret it so much that I started to look for another one. Since I didn't like the ones on mobile.de I looked elsewere. However, approximatley one week after the E28 left my garage I saw a new add with very little information on mobile. No pictures but it stated that there was only 3 owners and with full history and only 114750 km left behind! The only difference from my other B7 was the fact that it was a coupé. It had the same color scheme and gold striping. It actually left Alpina the month after my E28!

A friend that speaks german called the owner and after a 2 hour phone call it was clear to me that this car could indeed be a very nice one!.

I bought the car unseen! This is what arrived one week later.

















I was quite happy with the car. Now I will repaint the front spoiler and thats it! =) It's in really good condition. I guess my Ford GT40 dream has to wait a day or two ;-)

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Old 13th November 2009, 23:22   #2
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Old 13th November 2009, 23:48   #3
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That is a really nice B7 in what seems like great condition. Does the car have any other mods or updates in addition to the later wheels? Due to the time of the year, are you goint to be limited on your opportunities to drive the B7?
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Old 13th November 2009, 23:53   #4
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Very nice. Are those Vredestein tires?
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That is a really nice B7 in what seems like great condition. Does the car have any other mods or updates in addition to the later wheels? Due to the time of the year, are you goint to be limited on your opportunities to drive the B7?
The interior has been changed from cloth to leather. I personally like the change but of course, a Alpina cloth interior would have been more correct. These cars had the option of basically any interior so the leather feels ok. It's easier to clean too

I've put the 17" Alpina rims on just to see the result. I also have the original 16" and they are in very good condition.

Since I live in the southern part of Sweden I don't see that much snow. However, it's on the way I've heard

When I lived in the far north of Sweden the story would have been different! Minus 40 degrees celsius and so much snow that you had to dig upward when you left the house

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Very nice. Are those Vredestein tires?
50% correct. I have to change 2 of them when the spring arrives. They only had 2 Vredestein tires in stock at that point of time. The rear tires will be 255 or 265 instead of 245 on 10" wide rims! I belive the car looks really fat from behind but I'm convinced that it could look even better =).

Thank's for the comments guys!

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Woho, what a gorgeosu example. You must be very happy findign that! Coant beleive the orginal window sticker si there?

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That sticker is there and also the sticker that BMW puts there and removes after 2000km. They seems to have forgotten to remove it! The window is made in "west germany" so that also indicates that it's the original window =).

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Congratulations and welcome Stunning car Pleasure to see such a beautiful car...
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Congratulations and welcome Stunning car Pleasure to see such a beautiful car...
Thank's!

I still think that my E28 was somewhat more brutal. The E24 is truly beautiful but not the beast that the E28 was =)





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A brave man to buy any car sight unseen, but especially something like that. Congratulations on a good decision!
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