1983 BMW 6 Series 635CSi 3.4 from UK and Ireland
Utterly, absolutely fabulous
The car underwent a partial body refurbishment between October and December 2002 and both front wing panels were replaced, as well as the nose panel.
The front steering sub-frame was also replaced in 2002.
The cylinder head and head gasket were replaced at the 130,000-mile stage in September 2003.
All brake discs and pads were replaced in February 2005.
This twenty-two year old car with its distinctive shark-nose profile has become a classic in every way.
It has a serious amount of power and easily keeps up with many newer performance cars despite its own age.
The handling can be slightly untidy round corners, but gives you plenty of warning!
The luxurious interior has room to seat four people adequately, despite being a two-door coupe.
If used daily, a full tank of petrol will only last one week!
The original metric-sized tyres are very expensive and are usually priced at between £130 and £180 sterling per tyre.
Changing the oil and servicing the car every 3000 to 5000 miles is a good habit to acquire.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th April, 2005
My first car was an 83 633 csi and it was the coolest little sports car ever. Sad that they're hard to find nowadays.
Did it look anything like this?