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Autotrader Find: Pristine 1987 BMW M635CSi For $73,995

If you’re looking for one of the ultimate 1980s BMWs, you’ve found it. Not only is this a fantastic example of a 1987 BMW M635CSi, the ultimate version of BMW’s well-loved E24 6 Series, it’s also in excellent condition with shockingly low mileage — and a price to match.

Here’s a basic overview of the car: Back in the 1980s, BMW started offering sporty "M" versions of many of its models, including the E24 6 Series. The M6 that was sold in America used a 256-horsepower 6-cylinder, and it was a well-liked car, but it wasn’t as impressive as the European model. That model was called the M635CSi, and it used a more powerful engine, touting up to 288 hp.

The M635CSi doesn’t come up for sale very often, and it’s especially uncommon to find one in this condition — it’s only traveled 32,500 miles from new. The car is finished in black with a black interior, and the entire vehicle looks exactly like you’d expect for a high-quality, well-kept, low-mileage vehicle from this era with little wear and tear.

Given the rarity of this car, it’s no surprise to see the high asking price. It’s listed for $73,995, which is big money for an older BMW, but that kind of price is becoming the typical amount, as vintage BMW prices just seem to keep going up. This car is offered by a private seller in the Atlanta area. Find a BMW 635CSi for sale

Editor’s Note: This vehicle has sold since the article was originally written.

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