Selling a 1986 BMW M6
There are few cars from the 1980s that attract as much attention as BMW’s M6 model. This ultra-fast performance vehicle was built with a modified M1 engine, making it the second fastest BMW model of the time. It reached a top speed of 155 mph, had over 280 hp, and handled better than its competitors. This fierce reputation for performance and comfortable driving made the M6 one of the most popular racing cars in the ‘80s. Overall, critics had few complaints about M6 models, aside from the fact that versions from 1984 and beyond were fitted with an electronic speed restrictor. That, and that 1986 BMW M6 models made for the North American market were slightly weaker due to their catalytic converters. Despite those minor setbacks, the European and American versions of the M6 were both renowned for being powerful and comfortable to drive at high speeds.
1986 BMW M6 Seller’s Guide
The M6 is a beautifully designed two-door coupe with the iconic shark-nose body style, which gives the car a sleek and aggressive look. The automobile has been the recipient of many awards, thanks to its speed and excellent handling. For this reason, the M6 has a cult following among racing enthusiasts and fans of German automotive engineering. This makes selling your 1986 BMW M6 relatively easy.
If you would like to find someone willing to take your M6 off your hands for a competitive price, contact the team at Alex Manos. They are happy to give you cash upfront for your BMW, regardless of the condition that it’s in. This means that you don’t have to worry about investing your money in repairing or restoring your car! Alex Manos will also take care of all the tedious work for you, including having your car shipped to their Los Angeles office from anywhere in the United States. To learn more about how you can turn your BMW M6 into cash, contact the Alex Manos team today.
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