When BMW released their M6 model in 1983, they did so with the intentions of creating a flashy performance car that continued the legacy of the popular M1. Few cars stood out like the BMW M6. Its shark-nose body style gave the car a sporty and menacing look that helped to make it one of the most recognizable BMW models of all time. Like previous model years, the 1988 BMW M6 was built with a modified version of the M88/3 engine, the same engine that powered the M1. This 3.5-liter inline six motor was able to put out 243 lb-ft of torque and 256 hp. European versions of the 1986 M6 were slightly stronger due to fewer restrictions. The M6 came with a five-speed manual transmission, an upgraded braking system from the M1, and attention-grabbing aluminum wheels.
The automobile was extremely popular with professional racers, and was able to win a number of different championships over the years. This boosted the M6s popularity and helped the car receive positive reviews from Car and Driver Magazine and Road and Track.
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With only 1,767 units sold in the United States, the BMW M6 is one of the companys rarer models. Finding one can be a challenge due to the fact that few collectors want to part ways with this car because of their performance and high durability. With that said, finding your 1988 BMW M6 isnt impossible if you know where to look. Contact the friendly team at the Beverly Hills Car Club for assistance with finding a well-preserved M6 with all of its original working parts. The Beverly Hills Car Club specializes in working with classic cars from all over the world. Their years of experience in the industry has allowed them to build a vast network of traders and collectors who they can contact to help find your classic car. To learn more about how you can get the car of your dreams, call or email the Beverly Hills Car Club today!
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