BMW’s fresh take on the iconic 507, powered by a 5-litre, 400-horsepower M5 engine. Pioneered at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show, this hand-built aluminum car initially disappointed in sales numbers, yet it skyrocketed in price as soon as production ended in 2003. A 375hp automatic version was made by Alpina, focused on long distance comfort driving, rather than pure performance, with the model’s unequivocally retro looks.
If your 2000 or 2001 BMW Z8 is missing your manuals, this is a great start! You can choose between a standalone owner’s manual for $300 USD, or the factory leather pouch with user manual and radio manuals for $1,000 USD! Alternatively, take the whole package for $1,250 and get an extra user’s manual for free!