Black wheels. Do you know what they look good on? Porsche 917s, and a smattering of the 911 and 944 models that came with black and polished Fuchs. And, perhaps the “Bluesmobile”. That, as far as I can figure, is it. Don’t get me wrong, I understand one aspect of the appeal of the black wheel. The last 20 years of my life have been a constant struggle of cleaning brake dust off of brilliant silver wheels. Would it be easier to just paint them matte black and never worry about it again? Sure, it would end my Sisyphusian struggle against pad deposits on my wheels. But then, I’d stand back and look – and I’m quite sure, every time I would shake my head. No, it just doesn’t look right to me – even when they’re very expensive wheels on an otherwise stunning car:
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1987 BMW M6 on eBay
Engine: 3.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 93,747 mi
Price: $22,500 Buy It Now
1987 BMW M6
The ” Big Coupes” are finally beginning to receive the recognition they deserve. Fast, Luxurious and elegant.. e24’s are the next bimmer to sky rocket behind e30 m3’s. As everyone knows, all 80’s cars are beginning to climb in price and are going to continue to do just that…
realmuscle1’s 1987 m6 album on Photobucket
3 Owner / Garage Kept / Rust Free / Clean Carfax
California ordered car until 93′ to where it went to Colorado from 93′ to 2005′ and then to sunny South Florida for the remainder of its life.
The s38 engine has had its annual inspection 1 and 2’s along with oil changes and basic maintenance. Pulls nice and hard until the redline with no hesitations. The 5 speed tranny has a newer clutch and all sychros are perfect. Just recently was the entire wiring harness replaced, and the A/C was converted to r134 to make it comfortable to drive in this Miami heat.
Never has this car seen any type of engine or cosmetic modification expect for the genuine 3 piece wheels.
Exterior paint is near flawless with the exception of a few rock chips on the front of the car. Shines beautifully and was just recently detailed.
Interior shows minimal wear on the drivers seat, leather is still soft and fresh. All electronics work inside as they should.
This Sharknose is a absolute joy to drive and turns heads everywhere you go. A very sought after car by many enthusiast. Buy this one now before the prices sore just like other M cars have… these e24’s are great investment, and this particular one wont disappoint you one bit.
If there are any questions please call/ text us at (305) 772 – 8635 Peter or (786) 291 – 3622 Danny
We will entertain other cars and shipping is available around the world
Inspections are welcomed before auctions ends, car can be seen in Miami, FL 33156
The vehicle is Sold as – is with no warranty expressed or implied.
I honestly think the seller might be wrong; the M1 is leading the charge on top value and the M5 is currently next in line, I think – but that’s nitpicking, as M6 values are certainly bound to creep up. Minus the already discussed wheels (which, admittedly, are probably better to drive on than the original TRXs) and a bent front air dam, there isn’t much outside that looks bad. The pre-88 refresh U.S. spec cars aren’t my favorite look on the E24 – honestly, I’d probably prefer to look for a clean M635CSi over buying this example – but if you love the U.S. spec M6, this overall looks like a car that won’t disappoint. I think the price is probably slightly high, but it’s not outrageous compared to what that amount buys you in the E30 market right now and roughly in line with what kind of original M5 that amount would buy.