The BMW M1 had a depressingly short history as the production lasted from 1978 to 1981 after the deal with Lamborghini collapsed. When BMW introduced the M1, designed by Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro, it was the first BMW with a engine placed in the middle. Today it is very rare and is required, so it is clear why the new BMW M1 AHG Studie from 1981 will cost almost a million dollars.
This M1 AHG Studie is extremely rare, as it is one of only 10 copies with a wide bodywork, but it is also the only one with this kind of design.
Previously, it had only one owner, the director of AHG Peter Gartemann. The restoration was completed just recently, and since then it has only crossed about fifty kilometers.
The gearbox is also restored, and the fuel tank is rebuilt. The water pump has been improved, new hoses have been installed, and the suspension has been improved. The unique color is mostly original, just damge from the stones are repaired.
The car now has flexible suspension, wider wheels, spoilers including rear, sports camshafts and more. Such a car is impossible to get inexpensive, and the current owner is asking $930,000.