The late Paul Walker had a ridiculously impressive collection of cars. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a number of them change hands on the interweb, but this might just be the best one yet.
Yep, this brilliant M1 was owned by Walker and Roger Rodas before they died in 2013, and it’s now listed on the US auction site BringATrailer.com.
Glorious-looking thing, isn’t it? This particular M1 was first delivered to BMW Schneider in Germany, before being modified in the early ’80s. The so-called Studie package was applied by BMW dealer AHG, and included the Procar-style bodykit, a custom BMW Motorsport livery, and those brilliant 16-inch BBS wheels.
It also meant a power increase, with the 3.5-liter straight-six now putting out around 350hp, and a custom exhaust presumably sounding like absolute heaven.
That interior is stunning in its functionality, too, with leather seats, a five-speed manual gearbox, and a Blaupunkt cassette player. Lovely.
The current owner has apparently only put 80km on this thing, and the M1 only has 6,800km on its odometer in total after 40 years on this earth. How much do we think it’ll go for, folks?
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NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.