Available only through Sytner's of Nottingham, the Alpina C2 featured a much-improved 2.7-litre version of the 325 engine and a raft of suspension improvements including re-worked geometry as well as a subtle body kit and some tasteful additions to the interior. It's hard to tell how many were built, but the number would appear to be under 160, which make this a much rarer car than the E30 M3. It could also be argued that, with a straight-six, it made a more appealing sound than any of its contemporaries too. The cost at the time was a significant £7,495 + vat for the conversion. The end product had an impressive 210bhp with 213lb ft.
This particular car was converted from a 325i on the 04/06/1987 by Sytner Nottingham, finished in Lachs Silver the extras on top of the standard conversion were as follows:
Front and Rear Spoilers
Alpina Bilstein Suspension kit
Upgraded Stereo and Speakers
The car appears to be in superb original order and comes with an extensive history file - including the original service booklet and owner's handbook. This included the all important letter from Sytner Nottingham confirm its authenticity.
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