It was at the 1989 Frankfurt Motor Show that BMW presented a car that would become one of its modern classics: the 8 Series Coupe. With pillarless doors and vast sunroof, which all but turn it into a convertible when the weather is kind.
Built for ten years between ‘89 and ‘99, the car dubbed ‘E31’ was a ‘clean-sheet’ design that could trace its lineage way back to BMW’s rather lovely coupes from the 1930s.
With Pop up headlamps and a clean sweep of glass from front to back it looks good, Retro-good, but still good.
A delightful two owner Coupe specified in Arctic Silver Metallic paint (309) with a luxurious black leather interior.
Over and above the huge raft of standard features such as Automatic Stability control, on board computer and Airbags the car has the following desirable options-
M-tech Alloy wheels (incl spare), Electric front seats with memory feature
BMW Business radio, HiFi upgraded speakers, 6 CD changer, Headlamp washer system, Cruise control and BMW Floor Mats
The Original sales invoice (£54,000!) and sales brochure are present along with an enviable service history having been cherished in the same Dr’s ownership for 21 years from new up until 2016 who kept the reams of original service invoices and payment receipts. .
Coming with a Fully stamped service book, predominantly BMW main plus specialist.
All keys, Full bookpack and all manuals with original owner tags/references, boot ski bag, tool kit with BMW cleaning cloth, first aid kit and Warning triangle