No kidding, Robert is snatching them all up and bringing them to Canadahythe said:Interesting... they also have a B11 3.5 for sale, I see.
So this is where the Alpinas keep going!
Victor, betcha anything it's a controller for a CD changer. I think I can make out "Panasonic" on it, as well as "disc" and "track". It looks like a Japan car... they put this kind of stuff on the cars all the time. At least, I think so based on the shape of the number plate.puppypilgrim said:Very interesting Jeff. This one seems to have a computer\digital display thing on the left side of the steering wheel above the head light switch. Anyone know what that is?
I hope it's possible. I have biturbo #362 on a ship right now heading for California. If it goes smoothly my partner an I are going to buy one or two more for resale.dchyde said:Very nice car, has anyone ever gotten a BiTurbo US Federalized? Or is that impossible?
Robert, I think he's more worried about whomever owned it previously in the land of the rising sun, specifically having fitted that classy CD changer control. Ah the early 90's...scorpion928 said:Better hands??? You don't think my hands are good enough?
Gerg said:I hope it's possible. I have biturbo #362 on a ship right now heading for California. If it goes smoothly my partner an I are going to buy one or two more for resale.
Robert IS Splendid Automobiles. On the sold page you'll see a green BiTurbo which was sold to another local enthusiast. I'm sure the blue one will find a good home...Taipan said:Robert, did you buy it from the firm or are you the owner who imported it? I mostly meant that I wish somebody (like Puppy) who really appreciates the car will buy it.. if thats you that good
Thanks. She's a beaut!hythe said:Very nice... always loved the E31, E32 and E34 models - such a great era for both BMW and Alpina!