Hey, I actually have a 1985 BMW 318i, haha. So far I'm loving my car. It has the manual sunroof
ghead but thats ok. Some TLC inside would be nice, the outside is really good for how old it is. Very clean paint job. Anyhow, you were asking about its specific numbers? well, in my owners manual it says
Horspower: 101 @ 5800 rpm's.
Torque: 103 @ 4300 rpm's.
Curb Weight: 2394 (with full tank, ready for road.)
Compression ratio: 9.0:1
Turning circle is 32.15 feet, but that seems exagerated...
108mph top speed, haha.
0-50 mph happens in 7.9 seconds
standing start 1/4 mile is 18.3 seconds
I'm not sure what else you want to know, but its a fun car, that handles very strong. Kind of hard to drift in it so far because its got low power, but if you're familiar with weight shifting and whatnot its easy to make it happen then. My advice if you're going to get it from my own personal expierence over the past few weeks, get it - learn to drive it, and enjoy it. I pay 50 dollars monthly for insurance, and it doesn't burn the gas up too fast. Senoritas like it (until they get in, haha.), and alot of people think its a whole lot more than it really is. So if its as clean as you say it is, I'd say 850 for it isn't bad. How many miles? Thats the only concern IMO. I've heard that Cast blocks with slave inserts are only good for like 200k miles, and thats what our cars run. So I could easily say no if the milage was too high.