BMW 1M for sale at $92,000

1M, Featured Posts | June 25th, 2013 by 12
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It’s not very often that a BMW 1M goes on sale so when we see one of those “baby-Ms” up for grab, then it’s worth …

It’s not very often that a BMW 1M goes on sale so when we see one of those “baby-Ms” up for grab, then it’s worth sharing.

The owner, Kirk, and a friend of BMWBLOG, lives near Los Angeles and has one of the most tuned up and modded 1Ms we have seen, and one that has been featured on the cover of BMW Magazine and other car magazines.

But the 1M comes with a hefty price, a whooping $92,000 which of course accounts for all the “goodies” and power upgrades added to the car.

BMW 1M for sale at $92,000

Here is how Kirk describes the car up for sale:

Looking for someone to continue the build and worldwide fame of my 1M. It has been a show car for the most part, getting sponsors like EIBACH, REVOZPORT, NITTO, GT HAUS, SSR, OSS DESIGNS and COBB TUNING. It currently has $40,000 in aftermarket parts. It is the perfect car to bring back to SEMA and to get another $30,000 in free sponsored parts. I bought the car new and ED’ed in AUG 2011. I am located in southern california, 50 kliks east of Los Angeles. You can see pics and complete build here: http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=618868. I may be contacted via email to kirkx5m@gmail.com

The BMW 1M listing can be found on the BMWCCA website.

Also see our own 1M going through a series of upgrades.

  • bfd

    Why do people have to take a perfectly fine car and ruin it?! It’s not BMW’s M division is some fly-by-night garage! Part of the blame lies with BMW for making so few of these cars, errr! Oh well, have fun making this into a “rice rocket!” Good Luck!

  • bfd

    Why do people have to take a perfectly fine car and ruin it?! It’s not BMW’s M division is some fly-by-night garage! Part of the blame lies with BMW for making so few of these cars, errr! Oh well, have fun making this into a “rice rocket!” Good Luck!

  • bfd

    Why do people have to take a perfectly fine car and ruin it?! It’s not BMW’s M division is some fly-by-night garage! Part of the blame lies with BMW for making so few of these cars, errr! Oh well, have fun making this into a “rice rocket!” Good Luck!

  • bfd

    Why do people have to take a perfectly fine car and ruin it?! It’s not BMW’s M division is some fly-by-night garage! Part of the blame lies with BMW for making so few of these cars, errr! Oh well, have fun making this into a “rice rocket!” Good Luck!

  • bfd

    Why do people have to take a perfectly fine car and ruin it?! It’s not BMW’s M division is some fly-by-night garage! Part of the blame lies with BMW for making so few of these cars, errr! Oh well, have fun making this into a “rice rocket!” Good Luck!

    • steelydan

      agreed. some people can’t leave well enough alone.

    • Roland Renno

      I couldn’t agree with you more. I HATE HATE HATE people ruining great cars with modifications, lowering it, changing its exhausts, etc… as if BMW couldn’t have done that. Final result: failure.
      I just like the car to be stock. If you want to modify it with original equipments, that’s fine as long as everything is original and within limits.

      • Michael

        +1

  • auaq

    I do like the paint job but would rather have the 1M powertrain as stock as possible. And, by the way where can I give my credit card detail here as I would like purchase it.

  • Marius Rotaru

    So I’m not very up to speed with the baby M, but, has it been discontinued? Will they make a newer gen or is it out of grasp in terms of buying one fresh from the dealer?

    • bfd

      The 1M was only made for one year, which I believe was 2012. If you want new, the closest car offered is the 135is. However, the 135is doesn’t have the flared body work and no limited slip differential, not even as an option! So sad….

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