Bringatrailer has an interesting listing this week – a 1990 ALPINA B10 Bi-Turbo. According to the listing, this rare car was imported from Germany and it’s still in its factory guise.
Based on the E34 5-Series, the B10 is powered by a twin turbocharged 3.5 liter inline-six paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. ALPINA equipment consists of a body kit, graphics, wheels, and interior items. Extensive records are included and show a major service in 2009 that included the replacement of both turbos.
With 360 horsepower and 0-60 times of just over 5 seconds, the B10 was heralded as the fasted sedan in the world at the time of its production. This example shows 151k kilometers (~94k miles) and is located in Fremont, California. It is now offered with a clean Washington title.
The Alpina Blue paintwork is believed to be the original and shows no apparent signs of accident history. The finish looks to be in nice shape, exhibiting a deep and consistent shine.
Modifications to the suspension include Alpina springs and anti-roll bars. Bilstein shocks were used on front with automatic-load leveling units employed in the rear. Front rotors are 13.1-inch discs from Lucas Girling.
The interior-mounted Alpina badge indicates that this is car #170 of 507 built.
The bid price is currently at $16,260.