BMW unveiled its iconic M6 model in 1983 with the hopes of capturing the interest of luxury and sports car enthusiast. It was released as a successor to the E9 series coupe and was widely popular in Europe and North America. The 1983 BMW M6 was built using a modified version of the M1s engine, which was put on the chassis of an E24 BMW 6 Series grand tourer. Its engine was a powerful 3.5-liter inline-six engine that put out 282 hp and helped the car reach a top speed of 158 mph.
This made the M6 BMWs second fastest car of the time; the companys fastest car was the M1, which had a top speed of 162 mph. The 83 BMW M6 came equipped with a five-speed manual transmission and was a popular car for race car drivers around the world. This is one of the reasons why the North American version of the M6 received a lot of positive publicity from critics, including Car and Driver Magazine.
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If you want to purchase a high-performance automobile that is fast, easy to maneuver, and has all of the luxurious features that BMW automobiles are known for, the 1983 BMW M6 is the right car for you. This two-door coupe has a sleek body style that is guaranteed to turn heads, especially because of its iconic shark-nose design that was unique to BMW models during that time period.
Let the team of experts at the Beverly Hills Car Club help you with finding your M6. Their knowledgeable professionals have years of experience working with classic cars, especially BMW models, and are happy to verify the of any M6 cars you’re thinking about buying. The Beverly Hills Car Club can even reach out to their network of traders and collectors and try to find the right ’83 M6 for you, so that you don’t have to do any of the work. View their online gallery or give the Beverly Hills Car Club showroom a call today to learn more.
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