The result of E30s becoming (arguably) very overpriced is that the remainder of BMW’s 80s collection also has risen in value. Still, the E28 and E24 represent a generally good return on an investment relative to the E30. You get classic styling, a superb driving experience, and you’re signaling your a fan while stopping short of jumping on the bandwagon. If you’re into the E24, the ones to consider are the later models with the 3.4-liter motor and E28 suspension upgrades. BMW offered three flavors of 6 in ’87 – the range-topping M6, the luxury-based L6, and the standard 635CSi. Today’s car is a high-option standard 635CSi with a few upgrades, and it sure looks great!
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1987 BMW 635CSi on eBay
Engine: 3.4 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 82,200 mi
Location: Lakeland, Florida
Price: Reserve Auction
1987 BMW 635csi
Powered by 3.4L Inline 6 Engine
4 Speed Automatic Transmission
Remarkable Bronzit Beige Exterior
Light Brown Interior
Front Lip Spoiler
Dual Power Adjustable Front Seats
Front & Rear Air Conditioning
Multi Piece 17″ BBS Wheels
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Bronzit is a color that I probably would not have chosen when it was new. However, the like the last late 635CSi in Luxor Beige Metallic, it looks great today. The 17″ Style 5s help and really set the car off, and the brown interior is a nice departure as well. This one has the upgraded rear air conditioning system that was seen in the L6 and ’88-up 635CSi, and it’s also got a limited-slip differential and an M Tech I steering wheel. It’s a nice-looking package in all, though admittedly I would probably opt to get one of the revised ’88 cars or a very early European E24 were I in the market. Bids have hit $15,000, which doesn’t get you much E30 today, and the automatic should hold it back from really high bidding. It’ll be interesting to see where this one ends.