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When is a BMW M car not an M car?

The BMW 850CSi is not a car that most people know. Even BMW fans might not have heard of it or seen one. Only 225 examples were sold in the U.S. when the car was new, although some 1,510 were produced in total. What exactly makes the 850CSi so special, and why did one recently sell for $147,500 on the new online auction platform Cars & Bids?

 

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https://www.hagerty.com/media/car-profiles/when-is-a-bmw-m-car-not-an-m-car/

 

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THE FIRST CAR FROM BMW TO HAVE A "cs" DESIGNATION WAS THE 
700cs OF 1960 .  THE TWIN CARB VERSION OF THE AIR COOLED BOXER TWIN 
PRODUCED 40 HORSES , AN INCREASE OF 10hp OVER THE PLAIN 700 MILL . 

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