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Old 10-20-2015, 05:18 AM
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Default B10 BiTurbo #506/507

Here's one for the collection: I believe this is the second last B10 BiTurbo built.

Unfortunately it has had a bit of body work done. Only 86,000 kms though:




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I noticed this one as well. Thinking about placing a bid because these cars aren't coming along too often any more and especially with 5 spd.
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the car look very nice and 5 speed...how much is it listed for?

what could be "wrong" with it? it looks really good...from what I can see.
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It doesn't have a list price, but bidding starts at about $6500. Some of the panels have been repaired.

All B10 BiTurbos were manual transmission.

Come on you guys, one of you bid on it and bring it to Canada!
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15-17k then its worth it..
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All B10 BiTurbos were manual transmission.
Interesting. I thought some were autos, but I guess not.
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About 1.6 million JPY car price, so likely over $20k CAD by the time it would be on the road in Canada.
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worth it? another potential 5-10k for mechanical/cosmetic work.
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Based on prices on mobile.de I'd say it is a bargain.

Based on asking prices in Canada, priced appropriately when you consider it is the 2nd last one produced.
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Are the bi-turbo's that exciting to drive? As an Alpina owner, I realize that you pay a premium to have a rare production car, but for that price, I'd rather pick up an E39 M5. Partially based on my presumption of the price to fun ratio.
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