The 'Bavarian Ferrari' is a compliment that this very German car, thanks to its almost un-German appearance, deserves. Although it is often assumed that the car actually was designed in an Italian design studio, it was the French top designer Paul Bracq who designed the so-called E24 in Munich. The E24 6-series is regarded worldwide as one of the most beautiful BMW models ever. Especially in recent years, interest in this model has increased sharply and well-preserved copies are being sold at increasing prices.
This 6-series was delivered new to a Swiss lady in Zurich, according to the carefully maintained service booklet. In 2003 this 635 CSI came to the Netherlands. The BMW has recently undergone major maintenance including new fluids, spark plugs, belts, etc. and therefore drives very well. The equipment is very complete with black leather, electric windows, central locking, on-board computer, Alpina rims, automatic gearbox, etc.
The beautifully preserved car is largely in the first paint, has very nice panel fittings and the chrome is without weather influences. The interior is completely original and very beautiful. In the proper maintained engine compartment you will find the original 6-cylinder in-line engine with 218 hp. Obviously well maintained. The inner fenders and bulkheads of E24s can be rusty, of course this is a nice, undamaged and rust-free copy. The trunk seems unused. Original upholstery present and clean. The tool set is not rusty and complete. The optional Alpina rims are free from parking damage and brake dust. Four new tires around it.
If you are looking for an untouched and well maintained 635CSi, this is the car that suits you.
Automatic - Alpina rims - Partly original paint!
Do you want to have a close look at this BMW 635 CSI Automatic yourself? Please make an appointment by entering your data in the contact form below. We will contact you as soon as possible.