A number of car companies are trying to prevent speculators from selling rare pieces for hard money to those who did not have time or could not order them. However, this is apparently not the case with BMW…

The Bavarian brand recently shocked with its handmade special 3.0 CSL, with which it celebrated 50 years of the M division. Under the hood, it has an improved version of the unit from the M3 and M4, tuned to 412 kW (560 hp) and with 550 Nm of torque, which go to the rear wheels via six-speed manual. There are plenty of technical goodies – traction control adjustable in ten steps, electronically controlled shock absorbers, giant carbon ceramic discs, forged discs, titanium exhaust and so on. Simply the best that BMW could offer.

The BMW 3.0 CSL completes the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the M division. It will offer 560 hp and could be the most expensive M in history

The car was produced in only 50 copies and, like the technology, its price was also extreme – they are talking about 750,000 euros, which is roughly 18.3 million crowns. One piece has now appeared at the RM Sotheby’s auction in Munich, it is a serial number 44 car with only 33 kilometers on the clock. And the price? Someone bought it for an astronomical 1,017,500 euros, or almost 25 million crowns. So the seller came up with around 6.5 million crowns – decent panning, right?

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