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Lot 170

2020   |   Scottsdale 2020

1987 BMW M6

SOLD $42,560

Estimate

$55,000 - $75,000| Without Reserve

Chassis

WBAEE1409H2560457

Car Highlights

A True Icon of BMW’s High-Performance M Series
Outstanding Color Combination and Low Documented Mileage
Exceptionally Clean, Well-Maintained, and Original Example
Professional Mechanical Overhaul Completed 2017
Accompanied by Manuals, Tool Kit, Service Receipts, and CARFAX Vehicle History Report

Technical Specs

3,453 CC S38 DOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine
Bosch Motronic Port Fuel Injection
256 BHP at 6,500 RPM
5-Speed Manual Gearbox
4-Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Front Independent Suspension with MacPherson Struts
Rear Independent Suspension with Coil Springs
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Without doubt, the Paul Bracq-designed E24 6-Series coupe remains one of the most charismatic BMW models. Developed into ultimate M635CSi specification by BMW’s “M” (Motorsport) division featuring a DOHC six-cylinder engine derived from the M1 supercar, the M635CSi debuted at Frankfurt in 1983. Best known as the M6, five distinct variations were built for specific markets. This original North American M6 (Model 5514) utilizes a Type S38 engine producing 256 hp with a front air dam, sport suspension, limited-slip differential, Michelin TRX tires, and alloy wheels standard.

Showing approximately 73,650 km (46,000 miles) with four owners from new including the consignor, this 1987 BMW M6 is certainly one of the finest examples available. Sold new in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, it features the rare factory-original Zinnoberrot (Cinnabar Red) over black leather color scheme, and benefits from fastidious care with regular maintenance and mileage duly recorded on the CARFAX Vehicle History Report and service records since the late 1980s. Understood to deliver an excellent driving experience, this M6 further benefits from a comprehensive mechanical overhaul performed in 2017 at a cost exceeding $13,000. Features include power front seats, power sunroof and windows, five-speed manual gearbox, air-conditioning, and AM/FM radio. Highly original and quite rare today, this exemplary M6 retains its original metric speedometer/odometer and includes its tool kit and handbooks.