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The Neiman Marcus limited edition individual M6 Convertible: Blows the roff off other sports cars.
If ever there was a vehicle worth splurging on, it's the Neiman Marcus Limited-Edition 2007 BMW Individual M6 Convertible, if you can get your hands on one. With only 50 available in the United States, exclusively through the Neiman Marcus holiday catalog, it's the ultimate in exclusivity, performance and style.
At the heart of this machine is a Formula 1 inspired V-10 engine with 10 individual throttle butterflies capable of revving up to 8.250 rpm. Coupled to a seven-speed Sequential Manual Transmission with Drivelogic, it can launch you from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 exhilarating seconds. Beyond its power, the M6's shimmering Ruby Black exterior and plush details inside the cabin were created to satisfy the most discerning drivers.
This machine is far too unique to be picked up at a Dealer. Instead, your ultimate experience includes two business class tickets on Lufthansa from New York to Munich, where you'll meet the BMW of your dreams. The rest of the exclusive European adventure includes gourmet meals and luxurious accommodations for four nights and behind the scenes access at BMW, including the opportunity to meet the engineers and designers who helped create the 2007 BMW Individual M6 Convertible.
This once-in-a-lifetime trip, scheduled for high noon on October 18th, of 2007 sold out in 1 minute and 32 seconds.
The Neiman Marcus Limited-Edition 2007 BMW Individual M6 Convertible suggested retail price is $139,000.
(source: BMW of North America).
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