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Key Information

Lot number
74
Sale Price
Not Sold
Make & Model
BMW M6 COUPE
Registration
RA55RTO
Year
2005
Colour
Black
Engine Size
4,999 cc
Chassis No.
WBSEH920X0CG99390
Engine No.
60293650
Documents
V5C; owner's pack & service book with 10 stamps; invoices; 7 old MOTs; current MOT February 2022 with 2 advisories

Full Description

2005 BMW M6 Coupe (E63)

Screaming 5.0 V10 pumping out 500bhp in menacing black throughout; showing 86,994 miles; huge performance on tap

Supplied new by Wood BMW of Hampshire in November 2005 this epic 501bhp V10 super-coupe packs the venomous 5.0 V10 S85 series engine mated to 7-speed SMG-III transmission with flappy paddles driving the rear wheels.

The E63 generation of M6 coupe featured a carbon fibre roof, aluminium bonnet, doors and thermo plastic boot and front wings for increased weight saving. The car defaults to normal P400 mode with 400bhp available until the M/Power button is pressed and the full 500bhp is then available.

Finished in Sapphire black metallic with black 19inch M6 alloy wheels, black tinted windows and full heated black Merino leather the car is a desirable package and colour scheme and shows just 86,994 miles covered.

Inside, we find HUD (heads-up display), i-Drive with navigation and in car entertainment, parking sensors, cruise control, on-board computer, automatic adaptive Xenon lights, electric memory seats with adjustable lumbar and bolsters and multi-function steering wheel.

The history file includes the V5C showing seven former keepers to the current, the owner’s pack and service book revealing 10 stamps + one hand-written entry, the last in March 2021 at 84,127 miles. Further more, there are seven old MOTs plus the current valid until February 2022 with two minor advisories recorded for rear brake pad wear and NSR tyre wear.

In addition, we see a host of invoices for routine maintenance including new front discs and pads in May 2020 at a cost of £640 at 74,943 miles, new coil spring in December 2018, new thermostat housing and O-rings, plus other works in 2017 costing £1,390 at 68,541 miles along with a host of others, a purchase invoice for £20,995 in August 2013 at 46,000 miles and another in 2014 for £19,200 at 53,447 miles and BMW spec list.

The car roared to life as we moved it around for these shots and looks ready to be enjoyed with that screaming high revving V10 engine, there’s much to like. Its also a rare car, with only 9,087 coupes built worldwide over the 5-year production cycle.

For more information contact - will.daniels@brightwells.com