Bracq And Roll: 1985 BMW 735i E23
The Paul Bracq designed E23 generation BMW 7-series was released in 1977, right in the middle of the malaise era when American companies were trading performance for float and fancy stickers. Domestic cars might have offered luxury in the form of a vinyl top or total isolation from the road, but the German version of luxury involved a properly fast ride with a manual gearbox, taught suspension, and rear-wheel-drive. Find this 1985 BMW 735i E23 offered for $7800 in Sacramento, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: black
title status: salvage
Hello thank you for looking at my ad I have a 1985 BMW 735I Manual E23 5-Speed Manual I have been having the vehicle for a couple of months this vehicle does have the red leather watch on the E23 it was a special order when the vehicle was brand new in 85 vehicle did pass smog and the tags are up to date just put brand new Michelin Pilot Sport All-Season tires I do own couple Bmw’s I am open to offers, low offers will be ignored no IF OR BUTS I will only trade for an E24 ONLY NOTHING ELSE I do not need help selling it. As well the vehicle does hold a salvage title the accident happen on 04/17/1995
All the windows work perfect and Moon-Roof
A.C Works Perfect & Heater
Power Seats Work Perfect
Upgraded Deck to Bluetooth
Brand New Super Star Battery
Seats are ripped as shown in images
Minor Dent On The Kidney Grille
The Odometer Does Work Perfect The Gas Gage, RPM the Speed just not the miles
maybe taut is the correct adjective for describing the suspension.