Wonderful rare power car in perfect condition.
The Interrieur is in very good condition with the original M seats.
Original wheels come with the car.
No rust or damage to the body, always maniacally maintained.
The engine and gearbox have had a complete overhaul.
In the future certainly a good investment given the limited supply on the market.
The car is registered in belgium with all certificates of roadworthiness.
Major maintenance was done and new tires.
Pistons represents quality and trust
At launch, the model range consisted of the base-model 4-cylinder 518 and 518i, the mid-range 6-cylinder 525i, and the top specification 6-cylinder 528i.
Over the course of the E28 model, the following models were added: the 524d and 524td using diesel engines, the 520i with a small capacity 6-cylinder engine, the 525e/528e as fuel-economy models, and the upper-specification 533i, 535i, M535i and M5 models.
518: Sold only in some European markets, the 518 was the lowest specification model which used a 4-cylinder engine with a carburettor.
518i: The base model in Japan and some European countries, the 518i used a fuel-injected 4-cylinder engine.
520i: A mid-range model with the smallest of the available 6-cylinder engines.
524d: A non-turbo diesel model sold in Europe only. It was released in 1986, four years after the introduction of the more powerful 524td model.
524td: This turbodiesel model was the first diesel car produced by BMW.
525e / 528e: The 525e (called 528e in North America and Japan) uses a 2.7 litre 6-cylinder petrol engine which is low-revving tuned for economy rather than performance.
525i: This mid-range model is powered by a 2.5 litre 6-cylinder engine. The 525i was only sold in Europe.
528i: Initially the highest specification available, the 6-cylinder 528i became a mid-range model following the release of the 533i and 535i models.
533i: Only sold in Japan and North America, the 6-cylinder 533i was the highest specification model during its production years of 1983-1984. It was replaced by the 535i.
535i: Released in 1984, the 535i uses the same 6-cylinder drivetrain as the M535i and sat near the top of the model range.
M535i: The top of the regular production model range, the M535i uses the drivetrain from the 535i plus M-Technic suspension, wheels and body panels not found on the standard 535i. The M535i was assembled on the standard E28 assembly lines in Dingolfing and Rosslyn.
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