Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The first-generation BMW 6-Series is that perfect grand touring machine that combines modern driving appeal with a growing collector car status. So this fuel-injected classic already has a ton of attraction. But what makes this 1986 BMW 635CSi an exceptional standout is that it also happens to be an all-black one-owner coupe that was cared for like you always wished you could have from the beginning.
A top-of-the-line European grand touring coupe like this gets treated with respect from day one. That's why the original black paint retains an impressive luster. Of course, it also looks so nice because the sheetmetal retains its precision gaps. That's what you get when looking at craftsmanship that has been under the same owner's care all its life. And as you look at the details, it becomes clear that this is a premium coupe for those who like to both collect and drive. For example, one of the few non-factory pieces you'll spot are the polished alloys. The larger 18-inch size makes it easier to fit modern performance tires. Plus, they are still BMW wheels, so they have the right lineage, and they go terrific with the pinstripe. So this premium coupe still wears its BMW propeller badge with pride, which is exactly why it still commands respect on arrival.
A black interior against a glossy black exterior will always have appeal, and so it's great to see the original presentation still looking so luxurious. BMW makes The Ultimate Driving Machine, and that means an inside built around you. This boasts some of the era's most comfortable leather bucket seats, and the front ones are power adjustable to strike the perfect balance for grand touring comfort. The three-spoke factory wheel is engineered to give you a clear view at the full gauge package. Plus, the stick shift is exactly where you always want to rest your right hand. And as a premium vehicle, BMW's engineers expertly worked to make sure that it was luxurious without being distracting. You are always just a short reach away from features like the power sunroof, power windows, cruise control, factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning upgraded to R134a refrigerant. And yes, the trunk even still retains its full tool kit!
BMW's famous line of inline-six engines is the bedrock of their premium and sporting reputation. And it only gets better as you go through the receipts that show this factory original motor was expertly maintained. The 3.5-liter was the largest they offered in the first-generation 6-Series. With its fuel-injected power, the 635CSi has the reputation of providing the perfect balance of refinement and performance. And you are in complete control of it all thanks to the five-speed manual transmission. But this superior status doesn't just come from the motor. The fully-independent suspension has been engineered to be one of the best of the era. Plus, grip is always well in hand with the four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and grippy ZR-rated tires.
The sale come complete with the owner's manual packet and $10k in maintenance receipts documenting a lifetime of great care so far. We bet you never knew a stunning survivor status symbol like this could be so affordable. But you're not the only one who desires the best from BMW, so don't miss out. Call today!!!
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