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Looks like it could have recaros under those sheepskins! Pick this one up, keep the parts you want and sell off the rest! It probably has a LSD too (side loader type). It could be a 635, not a 633. You could easily sell the C/R 5 spd for $1k alone. And if it happened to have the rare M90 motor, this would be valuable to someone in the E24 group. If only I was closer......I parted my 1979 635CSi last year....


Up for sale is my German grey market BMW 6 series.

The good:

Euro Spec 230 horsepower engine

Close ratio German 5 speed transmission

All paperwork going back to 1979

In relatively good shape given its age

The Bad:

It hasn't been driven or started in 3+ years

Make me an offer on this beautiful old car. It's a project I no longer have time for, so you're unlikely to be refused.


1974 2002 Verona & 1973 2002 Riviera

1982 320iA & 1983 320iS
2002 Ford Excursion Limited 4x4 7.3L PSD Wife's

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