One of just ten to be fitted with the special 350 horsepower package.
The legendary BMW M1 was a car to be reckoned with when it was built between 1978 and 1981. With only 456 examples ever to hit the road, it was as rare as it was beautiful and thrilling to drive. No BMW has ever really filled the massive shoes of this early supercar, meaning that it has become a true collector’s item for BMW fans. However, while stock M1’s were fitted with a 3.4-liter six-cylinder engine that delivered 273 horsepower, ten rare examples, like the one now on sale in Holland, received the AHG package.
The package boosted output to 350 hp and also contained a racing clutch, new exhaust, spoiler and fenders, in addition to new side skirts, rear wing, adjustable suspension and more goodies inside. With just 14,000 km clocked, the two-tone gray example is up for sale carrying a price tag of 229,500 Euros.