BMW 6-SE­RIES

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - The Best 1976 Buys - MUR­RAY SCUL­LION NEWS ED­I­TOR

WHAT TO PAY CONCOURS £10,000

EX­CEL­LENT £8000 US­ABLE £5000 PROJECT £2500 Style and sub­stance. A su­perb ride. Im­pres­sive kit. Speed. This Ger­man coupé is in­tim­i­dat­ingly good com­pared to most cars of this era, and in 2017 it turns more heads than ever. Val­ues have in­creased sharply re­cently, but it’s still well worth look­ing at.

The 6-se­ries made its de­but in 1976, in 630CS and 633CSi forms. Early cars were built by Kar­mann and power for the 633CSi came from a 3210cc 200bhp straight-six en­gine. By 1978 the 635CSi had ar­rived, pow­ered by a 218bhp 3453cc en­gine. M635CSi aside, this is the most de­sir­able of the bunch.

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