1988 BMW 635 CSI Highline
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Barons - British Heritage, Classic and Sports Cars
4th Jun 2016
1988 BMW 635 CSI Highline
Production of the E24 series started in March 1976 with two models: the 630 CS and 633 CSi. Originally the bodies were manufactured by Karmann, but production was later taken in-house to BMW. In July 1978 a more powerful variant, the 635 CSi, was introduced that featured as standard a special close-ratio 5-speed gearbox and a single piece black rear spoiler. The bigger bore and shorter stroke facilitated max 218 hp at 5200rpm and a better torque curve. In 1979 the carburetted 630 CS was replaced with the 628 CSi; this car had a fuel injected 2.8L engine taken from the BMW 528i. In 1982 there was in a major change as pre-1982 cars were based on the E12 5-series chassis; after mid-1982, E24s shared the improved E28 5-series chassis. The only parts that remained the same were some of the exterior body panels. This fact can be verified by studying the parts lists. 1989 was the last year for the E24 with production stopping in April. This 635 CSi Highline is showing five owners and has been stored for the past eight years in a dry barn but did have a new water pump and radiator fitted before being laid up . The paintwork looks original but needs re spray. It is said to drive well and the engine / gearbox performs well. The interior is in clean condition and the carpets all good but the drivers seat does need treatment. No rust in the boot or engine bay. Offered with original wallet with all manuals and service book, a spare wheel, which is original and looks unused from new and a full complete tool kit in boot. An excellent restoration project. Note: This description is provided by the vendor and unless otherwise stated is 'Not Verified' by Barons or any person employed by Barons. Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any statements made, whether they be statements of fact or opinion.
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