1978 BMW 635 CSI E24
Category : Classic Cars
Year : 1978
Engine Size : 3500
Transmission : Manual
Colour : orange
Interior : racing
Chassis No. : WBA53310005547721
No longer available - Sold or withdrawn from sale
CT / Group 2

Engine M30B35 3500 6-cylinder 2 valves, dry sump, 3 carburetors Weber 48 DCO2 SP
Gearbox Getrag BMW Motorsport close ratio
HTP FIA n. I-8964 (TC/Group 2 1979, Period I)
Prepared by: Dry sump with oil tank in the trunk; Racing exhaust manifold; Roll bar FIA a reinforced cage; Brakes Lockheed 4 pistons calipers and Brembo discs; Racing Suspension with Eibach springs and Bilstein shocks; Domes Ergal on uniball; Differential Alu drive with oil pump and radiator for cooling; Lightweight Lithium Battery 1,5 Kg; Plus fuel tank for endurance racing. Weight: 1100 kg.
Ready to race.

Car built in 1979, registered for the first time in Italy in 1980 in Cremona. He has been circulating on the road until 2003 with 4 different owners, when it was removed (Brescia last plate). And it was subsequently purchased by us in 2007 in order to be prepared for historic racing. Initially it had been prepared as Series Tourism / Group 1 and raced in that configuration for Supergenco until 2008.
In 2009 it was bought by a Roman stable of vintage cars who decided to transform it, always in our workshop, in Competition Touring / Group 2; preparing it to the maximum allowed by the fiche FIA of era.
The car has participated in several hillclimb races, where it has always proved successful in its class and some on track. The best race was the endurance race Red Bull Ring in Zeltweg in 2011 of Italian Championship where the couple Argenti / Peroni, starting in the wet, were placed 1st Class and 5th Absolute (before of groups 5), remaining first until It has not dried up. The car was repainted in 2012 maintaining its original color and in October 2013 it was exhibited at the fair AutoMoto d'Epoca of Padua.
In the middle of 2016 it was acquired by its current owner.
In 2017 he won the TC +2500 class (3rd group) of the Italian Championship and scored 4th overall (with only Groups 5 in front).

Last race hill-climb: Camucia Cortona 13/4/2014 (Italy)
Last race track: Imola Italian championship 1/10/2017 (1st Class / 4rd Absolute)

Various videos on Youtube about the effective competitiveness of the car.

What a deal: spent over € 100,000 of preparation; It is away for less!!

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