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1989 BMW, 635csi, Rare manual!!! E24...

1989 BMW 6-Series

Condition: Used
Make: BMW
Model: 6-Series
Type: Coupe
Year: 1989
Mileage: 183,000
VIN: WBAEC7412K0608594
Color: White
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Safety: Driver Airbag
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Walnut Creek, California, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Cassette Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof
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Description for BMW 6-Series 1989

Selling my 1989, 635csi with rare factory manual transmission. This is a clean and for the most part very original example of this classic style, last year made. In 89 only 61 were imported with manual transmission and I believe only 7 with this color combo, probably only a few left by now if any, this may be the only one! Another rare feature is the factory Limited Slip Deferential!! Also being that it's an 89, it came with more leather trim than older models, such as lower dash area, door panels, center console, headliner and rear by speaker panel, all leather and beautiful stitching still intact plus heated seats and rear shade! The car has a very straightforward history, I bought it less than a year ago from a local gentleman, his dad bought it new and sold to him when the car was three years old so, he owned it most of it's life and took very good care of it with services done at Bavarian Professionals in Berkeley. He kept it is mostly original with the exception of the following; -Dinan suspension all around, shocks, springs, sway bars. -UUC short shifter. -Late model E39, 530i M sport package rims. -Front clear corner lights( I have the original orange set). While I've owned it, I've done the followings; -Full A/C service and conversion to R134. -LSD rebuilt professionally. -Rear brake pads and rotors. -Front brake pads. -New water pump and Thermostat. -Oil service. -New leather shift boot and M lighted shift knob. This car drives solid, engine feels strong, manual transmission with the short shift feels great. I do believe the Dinan suspension upgrade was a smart choice also, it gives the car a much improved handling not to mention a beautiful sportier stands. In the interest of full disclosure here are a few of issues I'm aware of; -All the panels are original with the exception of front right fender, I was told by previous owner that it was replaced while his dad owned it, there is nothing wrong with it however the very top of the fender is showing some fading( I've included a photo) the passenger door was repainted to match also. -Dash has cracks. -Driver seat has a tear on the bottom and left bolster is worn. -Antenna doesn't go all the way down. -A few small cracks on the front spoiler. Other than that the car is very solid and intact, all tools, jack, books and keys are intact, even the glasses are all OEM BMW ones from factory. I'm a BMW CCA member, this is my 4th E24 and probably the 80th BMW!! I love these cars and have a lot of respect for them specially the early years. Reason for selling this car is due to a new project car I've acquired so, I need room. I also collect high end watches, I might be interested in trade of a high end watch plus cash for my car. Patek, Rolex, IWC, etc..