2013 BMW M635 CSi at the ADAC 24h Classic (May 17 to 18)

The BMW E24 series was produced during the 1976 and 1989 model years and was the first 6 Series coupe made by this automaker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_6_Series_(E24)). BMW Motorsports introduced the M635 CSi in Europe in 1983. It was essentially an E24 powered by the M88 engine from the M1 and produced about 282 hp. Most of the cars were equipped with special 415 mm diameter wheels requiring Michelin TRX tires. A catalyzed, lower compression ratio version of the car with the S38 engine, producing 260 hp, was introduced in the US in 1987. 4,088 M635 CSi cars were built between 1983 and 1988 with 1,767 US M6 built. Continue reading “2013 BMW M635 CSi at the ADAC 24h Classic (May 17 to 18)”