Another one of those very special, very limited production run South African BMWs, a clean E23 745i is a rare find these days. Powered by a version of the M88 engine also fitted to the M635CSi and E28 M5, the local 745i boasted a power output of 213kW and 340Nm of torque.
When CAR magazine tested it in September 1984, it rocketed to 100kph in only 7.14 seconds. It was offered in manual and automatic forms, and in total 209 were built. A 745i raced in Class A of the South African Modified Saloon Car Championship, taking the title in 1985.
Only 50 copies of this print will be made (in A2 and A3 sizes) and it looks best with a thin frame and behind glass (frame not included).