Today we have a very clean M6 without too many miles. 136k is midlife for the fantastic S38 powering this sharknosed GT. The interior appears to have been reupholstered in something close to Natur, though the M-stripes are missing from the seats and the classic 3-spoked M steering wheel has been surprisingly switched for a much less desirable later airbag wheel. My biggest gripes are that the ground effects remove some of the litheness that makes the E24 so sexy, and the wheels are incongruously cheap-looking. With some proper upsized OEM+ wheels, the bodykit would probably stick out less and this would be a great-looking M6 with plenty of life left.
Engine: S38B35 3.5L Inline-6 w/ 256hp
Transmission: 5-speed Manual
An amazing powerful machine that will never go out of style and even better yet it is extremely affordable, the 1988 BMW M6 in great physical and mechanical conditions. This vehicle as you could see from the pictures is in great shape. The interior is equipped with tan leather upholstery, power windows, power locks, power side view mirrors, sport bucket seats, 5 speed manual transmission with a Nardi Torino leather wrapped shift knob, air conditioned climate control, front and rear window defroster, in dash vehicle information panel, cruise control, anti-lock brakes, rear climate controls, rear storage compartment, rear bucket seats, SONY detachable head unit, AM/FM/CD player, Sony Xplode 6 disc CD changer, power sunroof, Racing Dynamics upper front stress bar, Racing Dynamic aluminum pedals, drilled rotors, painted calipers, 5 double spoke alloy wheels and so much more. Call today and speak to any of our many sale associates who will gladly assist you in anything you may need to begin feeling your adrenaline rush every time you press on that gas pedal.
I don’t normally include the dealer’s final “call us!” line, but this one is a little more creative than normal, especially when referencing an S38. I like this car, and while I might put an M6 together slightly differently, it does appear to have been loved and cared for. It also inspired a random new project idea: take the rear bucket seats/console from an E24 and install in an E28. Maybe not right for the M5, but it could be awesome in a 535. We’ve seen M6s go for less but considering the market and condition of this car, the $13,995 asking price seems close to reasonable.