Lot 143: BMW 635CSi
With their successful new compact saloon BMW were well on the way to becoming the world-renowned manufacturer we know today. Another model responsible for this recovery was the CS, which was first seen with Frazer Nash styling and 2.8 litre engine in 1968 and developed into the world-beating CSL/CSi/CSA range, of the early to mid seventies. This was further developed with the 633 CSi in 1977, which eventually morphed into the 628 and 635CSi.
The European Touring Car championship of the early 1980's was a competition between the Rover V8, BMW 6 Series and Jaguar XJS, more often than not, the BMW brought home the silverware and this converted into sale. The 635CSi was an extremely potent machine.
Offered here is a later, Csi automatic, which is said to be complete with extensive service history (13 service stamps) and 13 previous MoT certificates.
Finished in silver with blue interior, the car is equipped with electric windows, sunroof and mirrors, 17 inch BMW alloy road wheels and tinted glass. The car is said to drive very well.
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