When you are basing it on a style level, the BMW E24 6 series is my favorite car to wear the Roundel badge of all time. Whether itâ€™s an early 633CSi or M6, these coupes always drew me in. Their aggressive snout and perfect proportions still look good to this day. M6 prices have been creeping up in recent years, but itâ€™s still possible to get one of the lesser versions for a decent bargain. This 635CSi for sale in Washington state has yet to break 70,000 miles. Coupled with the switchable automatic transmission, this is a good coupe for someone seeking more of a cruiser than an outright perfomer.
Click for more details: 1989 BMW 635CSi on AutoTrader
Engine: 3.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 67,700 mi
1989 BMW Sport Coupe w/ 67,700 original miles. Automatic transmission, Cirrus Blue metallic w/Grey leather interior. Beautiful six series. No accidents or damages. Clean straight excellent classic vehicle, well taken care of – collector’s gem.
As with many of the cars we come across, the seller’s description is a bit short of detail. If this car looks as good as it does in pictures and can be accompanied by a bit of history and records, the asking price isn’t too far out of line for what a late model, lower mileage 635CSi automatic should bring. Anywhere between $9,000 and $12,000 is reasonable territory.