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M5 and M6 Hand built E28 M5 of the late 80's to the E60 M5, estimated for 2005 model production. Read more about the latest on the E60 M5 Here. Note: M6 Discussions Added


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Old Wed, Apr-18-2012, 04:24:56 AM   #1
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Default To buy a 87' 635 csi or not to? That is the question

I know its not an M6 but I was kicked out Bimmerforums for a vague threat and this seemed to be the closest.

My 95' M is out of commission at the moment so Im looking for a decent inexpensive DD.

So I found this 1987 BMW 635 CSI 5 speed w/ 106k, SILVER METALLIC WITH GRAY LEATHER INTERIOR and two set of wheels . Its claimed to "run and drive good". I'm going to see it tomorrow. So far it looks good. Let me know what you think if you have any type of experience with this model. I love the way it looks. Definitely wouldn't change a thing but having it running properly "OEM".

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Old Thu, May-03-2012, 06:53:00 PM   #2
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Default Re: To buy a 87' 635 csi or not to? That is the question

I have 0 experience with this car, but if you're looking for a DD to replace your broke down M3, and even older BMW (that's more likely to break down), probably isn't a great idea.

Car looks nice though
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