BMW's M motorsports division began offering cars to the public with the mid-engined M1 in 1978. By the mid-80s, the M badge was on the 3, 5, and 6-series. This 1987 M6 is powered by the sublime SB38B35 inline-six making 256 horsepower, backed by a five-speed transmission. The two-door coupe is presented in black over a Lotus White interior, with a few tasteful modifications like 17-inch basketweave wheels, M-Tech I steering wheel, and Supersprint stainless steel exhaust. Well maintained and recently serviced, this is a great example of the youngtimer classic.