Lot 243 - 1994 BMW 850Ci
|Odometer reading||106,254 miles|
|Result||Sold - £12,452|
- Sizeable history file detailing service and maintenance
- Desirable colour combination
- Recent expenditure and ready to be enjoyed
Registered new on the 12th January 1994 at McMillan BMW of Newmarket Auckland, New Zealand. This wonderful example is finished in Sterling Silver over special order dark Oxblood interior and is highly specified with heated seats, rear blind, sports mode, and adaptable suspension. The car has predominantly spent its entire life in Auckland, aside from a short stint in 2006 where the vehicle resided in Christchurch and was maintained by the main dealer whilst there. Now residing in the UK, the BMW has been treated to much maintenance work by the current vendor which includes the replacement of all spark plugs, new Continental Max Contact 6 tyres, Control panel LCD screen replacement, new period correct stereo fitted with Bluetooth, full leather treatment and detailed preparation.
A well-documented and highly maintained vehicle with an extensive dealer and independent specialist stamped service book. The vehicle is also accompanied by a UK registration document, a current MoT test certificate valid until August 2022, a dealer book pack which includes warranty wording, service book, user manual, radio manual and dealer business cards, along with an unopened BMW first-aid kit and a factory toolkit. Ready to be enjoyed by its new custodian this example unlike many others has had huge amounts of money spent on it and as such is ready to go.
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