It was then used as a daily driver by its Dutch owner for 10 years. Powered by a 2.8-liter straight-six, the Spicup was eventually placed in storage for nearly 20 years before it resurfaced in 2008. It then underwent a complete restoration in Milan, Italy and was returned to its original colors. Its first appearance afterwards was at the 2009 Villa d'Este Concours d'Elegance and shortly after was placed in the BMW Museum before being put up for auction. And just this past weekend, someone paid €460,000 for it at the latest RM Auction
. We just hope this one-off Italian-German beauty won't disappear for another 20 years in storage. Photos courtesy of Bonhams.