BMW 635 CSI MANUAL

1978 • 54,000 miles • £22,850

The E24 Coupe was the replacement for the CS and CSL coupés first produced in 1965. The 3.0 CS was almost redesigned first by adding a few centimeters in height to make it easier for customers to get into the car but Bob Lutz rebelled against the decision and rough drafted an alternative version that soon became the 6 series.Production started in March 1976 with two models: the 630 CS and 633 CSi. Originally the bodies were manufactured by Karmann, but production was later taken in-house to BMW.

In July 1978 this more powerful variant, the 635 CSi was launched with bigger bore and shorter stroke engine producing a healthy 218 hp at 5200rpm and a better torque curve.

This stunning three owner example is probably the oldest surviving manual gearbox 635 in the Uk.

Finished in Kashmir Bronze with all original features she has been cherished all her life with an amazing history file and also featuring in magazine articles.

Recent maintenance for the past few years has been carried out by specialists Jaymic BMW and no expense has been spared to continue the consistent history including all mots and stamped service book.

Surely one of the best looking Coupes ever produced with style and quality

not matched and must be a wise addition to any collection.

On the road the drivability is transformed with the famous dogleg 5 speed gearbox also used in the M Power models.

She is very quick and very sure footed with high levels of cruising ability available for continental trips with total reliability.

Supplied fully inspected and serviced with a 12 month warranty.