1987 BMW M535i
And, unfortunately for most enthusiasts, it’s an automatic transmission. But this is a beauty, with the small Euro-market bumpers as opposed to the diving boards typically fitted to US-market E28-chassis cars.
It’s also an M30 engine, rather than the high-strung S38 twin-cam with individual throttle bodies found on the hot M5. So it will be easy to keep in tune, and should be a comfy, fun cruiser. We especially love the BBS alloys.
It’s on eBay in New Hampshire with reserve not yet met.