1986 BMW M635CI ($95,000)
90,100 original miles
A BAVARIAN BOOMER
The “M” prefix is the racing division’s calling card. The M6 was developed entirely by Motorsport, along with its M3 and M5 sister ships. Yes, this is the same Motorsport that was responsible for both the BMW Formula 1 engine that won the World Championship in 1983 and for the M1 exoticar that burst upon the scene back in 1979.
This stunning example has been in restoration for the past 6 years & not an inch was skipped, from the immaculate – factory condition wheels to the spotless interior which looks as though it had almost never been driven! The M88 engine, in this condition is a sight to take in as well, demanding your attention with it’s exposed individual throttle bodies, exterior spark plugs & of course – the “M Power’ prefix so proudly polished into the rocker cover.
This restored example is in immaculate condition, many of it’s features and conditions include:
- Factory Right Hand Drive
- Appreciating asset
- OFFICIALLY Verified BMW Original 1986 M6. All papers available
- FULLY RESTORED over last 6 years
- None were delivered to Australia. UK import before full restoration.
- Full log books, Owner’s Manual and Authenticity Certificates
- Original 3.5 Litre M6 High Performance engine (The engine is the original Euro-spec High Performance engine that went into the BMW M1)
- Only 90,100 original miles
- Brand new Paint job in original colour: Cosmos Blue.
- Brand new interior treated Buffalo Leather
- Factory Electric SUNROOF with Dual mode. Large Factory metal Sunroof
- Fully serviced
- Original BMW Toolkit
- Only 2 previous Owners
The life force of this Bavarian boomer is a special version of the in-line six-cylinder that powers the standard 6-series car. Upgraded for M duty with a slight displacement increase, two overhead cams, and four valves per cylinder, the M6’s 3.5-liter wails out 256 hp at 6500 rpm, a 74-hp improvement. The new motor is the same basic engine that powered the M1, outfitted now with Bosch’s latest Motronic electronic engine-management system.
A true drivers’ car few people are fortunate enough to ever drive, let alone own!