RM Sotheby's is auctioning off Steve Jobs' BMW Z8 sports car.
The car, which has been in California since Jobs bought it new, has just 15,200 miles on the odometer.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison suggested Jobs pick up this rare Bimmer, and he did.
Jobs' Z8 was the 85th overall Z8 ever produced, and the 67th customer car.
Over the course of its production run, BMW built just 5,703 Z8s.
It used the same naturally aspirated V8 engine as the E39-generation M5 sport sedan.
Jobs took delivery of the car on October 6, 2000, and he kept it until 2003, when it was sold to its current owner.
That owner sold and eventually repurchased the car, driving it less than 1,000 miles each year.
The current owner has serviced it regularly, and it carries all its important original documents, including the owner's manual, service records and even the CDs for the navigation system.
It also has its original Motorola flip phone, which is a fun little throwback.
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