This 1979 BMW 320i is a modified Baur cabriolet was acquired BMW builder Ron Perry.
Power is provided by a stroked M20 inline-six equipped with an E28 crankshaft, a Schrick camshaft, and Ireland Engineering headers. The engine is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission and a 3.46 limited-slip differential.
Additional modifications include Recaro seats and Alpina-style wheels, upholstery, graphics.
The exterior has reportedly been repainted in white, and two-tone Alpina-style stripe graphics were also applied to the body. Additional equipment includes Euro-spec chrome bumpers, a front spoiler, a Zender rear spoiler, Alpina badging, clear corner lenses, and yellow Hella driving lights.Refinished 15” Alpina Ronal wheels measure 6” up front and 7” out back and are mounted with Yokohama S-drive tires. A replacement retractable top and boot cover were reportedly installed by Ron Perry during the refurbishment.Manually-adjustable Recaro sport seats feature Alpina-style fabric inserts. Black vinyl door panels are equipped with manual crank windows, and Alpina-branded floor mats cover the salt-and-pepper carpeting. The car is equipped with an aftermarket CD stereo in place of the factory radio.An Alpina four-spoke steering wheel, shift knob, dead pedal, and reproduction dash plaque were added, and the factory gauges were modified with Alpina font and red needles.
The M20 inline-six is said to have been stroked to 2.7 liters and features an ETA block, a 325i head, a E28 524TD crankshaft, an E28 radiator, a Shrick 284 camshaft, and Ireland Engineering headers. The intake manifold and valve cover have been powder coated black.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission and a 3.46 limited-slip differential. New Bilstein shocks and sway bars were added under previous ownership