• Oct 3rd 2006 at 6:55PM
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Continuing a long tradition of offering special edition rides in its Christmas catalogue, Neiman Marcus and BMW announced today the availability of the Limited-Edition 2007 BMW Individual M6 Convertible in the 2006 Neiman Marcus Christmas Book. Only 50 examples of this rare beauty will be sold, but for the pittance of $139,000.00, one gets a 2007 BMW M6 convertible bathed in Ruby Black paint and upholstered in a special Gold Brown shade of BMW Individual merino leather.

We're glad to hear that in addition to the car, this Christmas present also includes a four-night trip to Munich where the proud owner and a guest will steep themselves in BMW culture and meet the designers who designed, or really picked out the color combo, of their unique M6 'verts. One question for Neiman Marcus, though: do you guys gift wrap?

[Source: Neiman Marcus and BMW]

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      • 9 Years Ago
      that's a great color combo for the M6, the Audi TT they had a few years back was also the same color combo I believe.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Hey Fizzandpop- First go to your local Lexus dealer and drive the new IS then go drive the new s series. Then decide who's beat whom! The new 3 blows everone away! Can't wait to try the twin turbo coupe next! :)
      • 9 Years Ago
      I wonder if VW is goign ot give them any slack for using the "Individual" name plate?
      • 9 Years Ago
      BMW has had the individual program for a while. Any car that you order with a specific paint or anything else specific, that isn't an available option, they consider it under the individual program. However, sometimes its very hard to get an individual BMW in north america. Some dealerships won't order it, or your request will be denied by BMW in Munich.
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