As you can remember from our previous news, the last standing F10 BMW M5 “30 Jahre Edition” was put for an auction at “The Ultimate Driving Community…Building the Foundation” Capital Campaign of the BMW CCA Foundation, a few weeks ago.
Now, we are glad to announce that the F10 BMW M5 “30 Jahre Edition” has been recently sold to Rick Hendrik, driver and owner of a NASCAR team, for a whopping price of $700,000.
Rick Hendrick is a passionate and a fervent car collector who has spent most of his money buying and collecting one-off vehicles, now owing over 200 cars in a personal museum owned in North Carolina. But according to his sayings, the F10 BMW M5 “30 Jahre Edition” is one of its special acquisitions.
“This baby’s going to go right beside the i8 in the museum. The only miles it’s going to get are in the truck (sending it from Arizona to North Carolina.),” Hendrick also stated.
Apart from BMWs models such as i8 or this one recently purchased, Rick Hendrick also brags with other famous models, which have cost a fortune. For instance, the first Corvette C7 Stingray has made him spend $1,000,000, with other models to follow, like the ZO6 Stingray Coupe, C7 Corvette Convertible and much more.