Clutch Player: 2006 BMW 550i

By the early 2000s most mid-sized luxury sedans were equipped with automatic-only gearboxes, unless it was an expensive and finicky motorsports edition (such as BMW’s M-cars, Audi’s S-line etc).  The notable exception to the torque convertor brigade was the BMW 5-series that offered a V8 mated to a manual gearbox in a large sedan, starting as far back we can remember and continuing to 540i, 545i, 550i, etc. Find this 2006 BMW 550i here on eBay with starting bid of $5,000 and $9,900 buy-it-now located in Brooklyn, NY.

From the seller:
Up for sale extra clean BMW 550i ,super rare collectable, m package color ,red brick color interior, it 6 speed manual transmission, 4.8 engine, heads up display navigation,sport seats ,sunroof parking sensors, ,new tires micheline and new brakes, no issues at all,drives like new ,no rattles no squeaks,no issues at all  ,no warning lights , on the rear bumper and hood there is plastic protection, on the pumper it has scratches and it is plastic peal off, oterwise car is extra clean, only serious buyers, call me for more detailed info 9292910102

 Item specifics

Condition: Used Year: 2006

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): WBANB53596CN93222 Mileage: 107,232

Make: BMW Exterior Color: Blue



Interior Color: Red

Trim: 550i Number of Cylinders: 8

Engine: 4.8 Transmission: Manual

Drive Type: RWD Vehicle Title: Clear

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