BMW 635 CSi E 24 group 1, 1979
The BMW 6 Series coupe introduced in 1976 was at the top of the BMW range, replacing the 3 0 CS and CSi. French designer Paul Bracq has created his shapes inspiring a new generation of design throughout the brand. Only available in 630 and 633 CSi versions at first, the 6 Series Coupe was the ideal car for high-speed highway travel, the handling was very safe even at high speeds, and the interior was luxurious and very well soundproofed. Then in 1978 the 635 CSi appeared. This 3430 cc is part of the legendary BMW 6-cylinder in-line line, easily recognizable by its voluptuous voice that becomes metallic when climbing in high gear. With 218 horsepower, it can take the car up to 225 km/h and is coupled to the excellent Getrag 5-speed manual gearbox. The 6 Series Coupe demonstrated BMW’s expertise and positioned the brand in the segment of high performance, innovative design and luxury.
This BMW 635 CSi was delivered on December 10 1979 with identification number 5548879. It was prepared according to FIA specifications in group 1 configuration with roll bar, belts and buckets, equipped with a Getrag gearbox with limited slip, a camshaft and a electronic unit box have been installed that allows the engine to develop about 250 hp. This magnificent car will be delivered with an approved value expertise, its FIA passport regularity, its virgin technical control and its French registration.
This 635 CSi coupe is ideal for historic regularity rallies and circuit competitions, it is ready to run!