BMW 635 CSi 1985
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Unlike any other automobiles in the world, the BMW sport coupes have monumental performance and style with the added luxury of design and technology. Showcased at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1976, the 6 Series E24 sport coupes were the successor to the E9 3.0 CSi coupe.
The coupe tradition in the early and mid seventies had been so widely successful, that BMW decided the era of 1965-75 coupes needed a successor. Transferring the tradition and image created by BMW with beautiful models like the 2000 C/CS and the 3.0-3.5 CS/CSi/CSL coupes, the new generation of coupes needed timelessly capture this same image and effect.
The most popular model was the 635, introduced in 1978, and produced as the 635CSi. Responsible for setting various standard for BMW, the E24 showcased the concept of the ‘check control' test panel that has been utilized widely in BMW ever since. A test panel was placed in the dashboard with seven green lights that showed the status of the engine oil level, brake fluid level, brake lights, tail lights, brake pad wear, coolant level and windshield washer level. This was a highlight of the E24, and the beginning of a standard widely used in the future models.
In 1982 (Europe) and 1983 (US), the E24 changed slightly, with an improved interior and slightly modified exterior. At the same time, the 635CSi received a new engine, a slightly smaller-bored and longer-stroked 3430 cc six to replace the former 3453 cc engine and became available with a wide-ratio 5 speed manual or an automatic.
Manufactured in Germany in 1984 and originally produced for the European market (probably Germany), this car was first registered new in Japan in 1985. It was imported from Japan to New Zealand in 2008 and has had three owners since.
This LHD car is a beautiful example throughout. Chassis number: WBAEC810008182906 & Engine number : 346EB – Covered.
Body VERY Straight. Good Paint. Immaculate Interior and Low Mileage. All this is great but the real masterpiece of this car is under the bonnet – the four-valve M88 motor is what makes this car a most desirable, a most fantastic car to Drive with Great Power & Great Sound.
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