We conclude our celebration of Bracq Friday with another classic coupe from Paul Bracq, but this time from his later years at BMW Design. The E24 generation BMW 6-series was built from 1976-1989 and proved that you didn’t need a V8 to build a fantastic grand tourer. It also proved that a guy named Paul Bracq knew how to design a car that looked like a shark. Get one today before they become ultra expensive and live in fancy garages. Find this 1984 BMW M6 E24 offered here on eBay, currently bidding for $15,200 reserve-not-met with 7 days to go, located in Spring, Texas.
The Bracq designed shark nose E24 is truly a timeless design and the M6 version features an aggressive body kit and a hopped up engine. This is a catalyst free Euro version, which means it pumps out 286 horsepower from its M88 inline-6. Of course, if it had the ///M emblem on it, you could only get it with a clutch pedal and this one has a 5-speed manual transmission.
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