The BMW 6 Series Coupe, designed by the Frenchman Paul Bracq, was introduced in 1976. Initially code named E24, the serie had two models: 630CS and 633CSi. Production was taken in-house after being first manufactured by Karmann. The more powerful 635CSi arrived in 1978. It was equipped with a Single Overhead Cam (SOHC), a 3,4L straight six engine and, in 1988, the “Highline” luxurious option comprised of a federal-style impact bumpers, ellipsoidal headlamps and full leather interior.
This model is a petrol, automatic 1990 BMW 635CSi Highline model with 188K miles. It comes with the original owners hand book and a service book with 28 BMW main dealer stamps. The last service in the book was done at 174K miles
This 1990 BMW 635 CSI HIGHLINE is offered as a “light” restore project as we do not have the bandwidth to finish off the work. It runs very well, just had a new mot but requires a little work, as per the photos:
– Some bodywork
– Driver’s side interior door handle
– Bumper trim to finish
The interior is in fantastic condition as can be seen in the photos.