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UK-supplied, right-hand drive, automatic finished in Bronzit Beige Metallic Classic 6-Series interior in Chocolate leather complete with 80's dealer fit telephones O/e factory stereo, dealer floormats, dealer plates and the glovebox torch. 58,000 miles. Complete service history (Fifteen Service stamps) by Cound BMW/ Cotswold BMW. Complete with a full toolkit, Michelin TRX tyres, all the handbooks, warranty card, and sales brochure. The BMW E24 was the first 6-Series coupe produced by the German manufacturer and was incredibly well received and with its beautiful styling soon became known as the 'Bavarian Ferrari'. Assembly of the 630CS and the 633CSi started in March 1976 at the Karmann works but production was soon moved in-house to BMW. In 1979 the 628CSI was introduced with fuel injection and marked the end of any carburetted cars in the range. However, it was not until 1982 that the 635CSI really came of age with an improved chassis, even sleeker styling and an improved cabin. The engine was now a smaller bored and longer stroked displacement of 3430cc. The flagship was the BMW Motorsport inspired M6, but the sporting pedigree for the BMW E24 had been established in the Seventies with BMW 635CSI touring cars being the mainstay of most of the European grids. Offered here is a very fine BMW 635 CSi automatic finished in Bronzit Beige Metallic and Chocolate leather. It was delivered with a tilt/slide steel sunroof, height adjustable drivers and passenger seats and the desirable 25% limited slip differential by Richard Cound BMW of Gloucester to Mr Ellams. The service book shows that it was serviced every three thousand miles (Twelve Service stamps) by Cound BMW followed by three services by Cotswold BMW. It has recently been serviced with the speedometer showing some 58,000 miles. Having only had three owners and a service history second to none this stylish coupe is in beautiful condition. The interior is stunningly original with the o/e factory stereo, dealer floormats, dealer plates and the glovebox torch. Most in-period and looking slightly quaint these days is the BMW dealer-fitted car phone still sporting the fitting tag. The 635 comes complete with a full toolkit, Michelin TRX tyres, all the handbooks, warranty card, and sales brochure. BMW raised the bar in the eighties with these superbly engineered coupes, very expensive in the day but now looking irresistibly undervalued.