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Concours Ready 1987 BMW M6

I can still remember the first time I saw a 6 series.  It was about 1986, and I was able to stay up late enough to watch my first episode of Moonlighting.  After watching David Addison thrash his E24 635csi, the car instantly became as iconic to me as Magnum PI’s 308, and Sonny Crockett’s Daytona.  I instantly fell in love with the 6 series, but love turned to lust once I saw the E24 M6.  From then on the shark nosed bimmers became one of my “bucket list” cars.  This pristine 51K mile example from North Carolina embodies everything that was great in BMW tuning for the late 80’s, from the Dinan stage 4 upgrades to the BBS RF wheels, it is truly a BMW tuning time capsule.

1987 BMW M6 on pelicanparts.com

Truly a collector car and award winner, it is in Concours condition inside and out. Runs excellent with zero issues, all electronics work as new. No warning lights on dash.
51,000 miles, California and Arizona car. Owned since April 2005 when it had 48,000 miles on the clock.
Royal Blue Metallic with Natural Leather. 100% original paint – no accidents, no touch-ups. Full Dinan Stage 4 Car (Headers, Exhaust, Chip, Suspension, etc) Full leather including a perfect dash with no cracks Smoker’s package (although it’s a non-smoker) Power front seats Rear passenger temp control Rear drink electric cooler (it will keep a 6pack cold!) Power everything Complete tool set California smog BBS 3 piece wheels in 17×9.5″ with Toyo Proxy tires (plenty of tread)
This is undoubtedly one of the best M6’s you will find available for sale any time soon, a true collector piece of investment quality.
33,000 Firm.
For more information, please call Patrick at 706.973.0169

The original Royal Blue paint, and flawless tan leather interior in this car are nothing but pure class, and with the stage 4 Dinan upgrades, this car will certainly hold its own on the streets.  To the right buyer, this car very well may fetch $33K asking price, however with the market for collector cars on the slide, a $25K price tag would seem a bit more in the realm of reality.

All things considered, this is likely one of the nicest examples of a Dinan equipped E24 M6 you’ll find, and from where I’m sitting it has only one major flaw.  With the pristine condition, and the high price tag, any buyer will be hesitant to drive this thing like David Addison did back in the 80’s, hard, fast, and often sideways.

-Brian

Please join me in welcoming our newest contributor to the team! This is Brian’s first post and we’re eager to see what he spots next! -dc

2 Comments

  1. Erik S.
    Erik S. May 31, 2012

    “however with the market for collector cars on the slide,”…

    Brian, congratulations on a very good first post on a very cool car. However, please present the evidence for your statement above. According to to the latest auctions, and even private sales the trend seems to be heading upwards, not down.

    Again, great post and am looking forward to more of them.

  2. Larry
    Larry May 31, 2012

    Not to be picky, but Sonny Crockett’s Daytona wasn’t a Daytona. It was a kit car based on a Corvette.

    By the way, this M6 is a great find. It embodies everything that made the E24 such a great car to lust after.

    As usual, it’s priced for that one rabid E24 M6 collector who thinks $33K is reasonable.

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