The history of the M series BMW starts in 1983 when the
manufacturer took the M88/3 six-cylinder engine which was a
modified version of the M88/1 and put it in the E24 chassis
creating the M635CSi known as the M6 in North America.The M6 has
been a highly sought-after model with its elegant, aggressive
"shark-nose" styling, its luxury equipment and its performance with
a top speed of 255KM/h (158MPH).This 1984 M635CSi is a beautiful
example and has been extremely well cared for throughout its entire
life. The original owner purchased this BMW during his military
assignment in Belgium in July 1984. Upon his return to the U.S. in
June 1988, his BMW was imported to the States with an EPA waiver
exempting the car from emissions standards. He then sold the car in
1991. However, this BMW is now back with its original owner, he
bought the car back in 2011. His BMW had been with two other owners
over 20 years, both kept the car maintained and cared for to the
same standard as the original owner.During the entire 38 year life
of this M6335CSi, the only modifications done were HARTGE exhaust
header, DINAN exhaust, a brake upgrade(drilled and slotted rotors)
and a set of 17" Beyern wheels. On top of that, over $18,000 of
upkeep and preventive maintenance have been completed since 2011,
with most of the parts coming from Baron BMW, the local BMW dealer.
In 2017, this M635CSi was entered into an all-German car show in
Kansas City and won "Most Outstanding BMW" in a field of 30 other
1984 BMW M635 Csi
Exterior Color:Agate Green
Interior Color:Oyster White
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