Alpina B11 (E32) 3.5 1987

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Engine:
  • 3.5-liter BMW M30B34 Inline-6.
Power:
  • 251 hp (187 kW/254 PS) @ 6,000 rpm.
Torque:
  • 240 lb-ft (325 Nm) @ 4,000 rpm.
Transmission:
  • Getrag 260 5-speed manual.
  • ZF 4HP24E 4-speed automatic.
Final Drive Ratio:
  • 3.730.
Drivetrain:
  • Rear-wheel-drive.
Weight:
  • 5MT -- 3,505-3,527 lbs (1,590-1,600 kg).
  • 4AT -- 3,527 lbs (1,600 kg).
0-60 mph:
  • 5MT -- 6.3-6.4 seconds.
  • 4AT -- 7.5 seconds.
1/4-mile:
  • 5MT -- 14.7 seconds @ 95 mph.
  • 4AT -- 15.6 seconds @ 91 mph.
Top Speed:
  • 5MT -- 154 mph (248 km/h).
  • 4AT -- 149 mph (239 km/h).
Driving Range:
  • 5MT -- 397-399 miles (641-644 km).
  • 4AT -- 411 miles (662 km).
Production Figures:
  • 332 cars (1987-1993).

http://www.automobile-catalog.com/car/1987/1186235/alpina_b11_3_5.html
http://en.wheelsage.org/alpina/bmw_7_series/e32/3829/pictures/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpina#Petrol-engined
http://www.alpina-archive.com/?page_id=201

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Alpina C1 (E30) 2.3 1983
Alpina C2 (E30) 2.7 Coupe 1986
Alpina B12 (E31) 5.0 Coupe 1990
Alpina Roadster Limited Edition 1990
Alpina B8 (E36) 4.0 1995
Alpina D3 (E90) 2005
Alpina D3 (E92) Biturbo Coupe 2008
Alpina D5 (F10) Biturbo 2011
Alpina B3 (F30) Biturbo 2013
Alpina D4 (F32) Biturbo Coupe 2014
 
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New-ish article by R&T on this car:

The E32-generation BMW 7-Series was BMW's first shot at a modern, big, luxurious, driving machine. It was perfect for going from place to place in great comfort, and looked good doing it.

Alpina, the German tuning company that puts out all sorts of obscure performance-oriented BMWs, got its hands on the E32 back in 1988 when it was new, and turned it into something great.

Called the B11 3.5, it was Alpina's view of what the 7 Series should be. Distinctive decals, iconic wheels, and a weird interior all add up to the B11s uniqueness. Its straight-six engine was upped to 254 horsepower from around 200 horses, and even came with a manual transmission(!).

Back in the day, just 332 examples rolled out of Alpina's workshop, making this big 7 truly special. The seller claims the car was just imported from Japan, but even after spending its entire life overseas and weeks on a boat, it still looks the business. With a little TLC, you can have the classic Alpina of your dreams.

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