BMW doesn’t offer a stick on their current G11 7 Series here in the States, but they once did on the original E23. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 733i rocks that five-speed, but you’ll have to decide if its price means the seller is trying to stick it to you.
BMW hasn't offered a manual in their U.S.-bound 7-series for years. That wasn't always the case, and in fact today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 733i comes from an era when the big Bimmer still let you row your own. Will it's price however, make you reject it automatically?
Much like a four-door Cinderella, BMW's 7-series has never been invited to the M-Car ball. Sometimes all it takes is a fairy godmother to make things right, and while today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe E23 demands more of a lead foot than a glass slipper, will its price turn it into a pumpkin?
If the waistband of your tighty whities advertise any designer other than Flute of the Room or possibly Hanes, then you just might have designs on today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom 733i.
Do you like happy little trees? How about big German sedans? Well, today we're opening up the art gallery for a show whose theme is: Nice Price or Crack Pipe.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. I've been neglecting the big BMWs for most of this series, so it's time to follow up the the '86 735i with another E23 from the cocaine-and-S&L-money-mad mid-1980s. Remember the …