1984 BMW 633CSi

I find it pretty interesting that while the E30 and E28 market have really heated up, for whatever reason the E24 market seems to be relatively stagnant. For some time the big coupes held a price advantage over their siblings, but look in the right spot now and you can find a pretty good deal on a nice one. Case in point is today’s late run 633CSi. Now, I’ll admit that at least on paper the 633CSi might be the least appealing of the E24 lineup; the earlier 628 and 630 models were a bit prettier in their simplicity and 1970s style, the later 635 and L6 models were quicker, sportier and more luxurious and the M6 has the name and motor you want. But bear with me, because there’s actually quite a lot to like here:

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Year: 1984
Model: 633CSi
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 109,174 mi
Price: $9,000 Buy It Now

Stunning garage kept Florida car thats original and unbelievably clean. As the 90+ pictures will show, the car is in overall OUTSTANDING CONDITION inside and outside and most importantly drives ABSOLUTELY PERFECTLY without any known issues. The undercarriage is completely rust free and leak free. Will be hard to find a nicer car.

Cosmetically, the exterior is in very very clean condition with only very minimal wear. Slight imperfections are only noticeable from very close up but overall a strong 9.5 out of 10. We purposely took over 90 pictures and of every panel .. THERES NOTHING TO HIDE! All the chrome trim pieces on the outside are in excellent condition, and the plastic moldings and weather strippings are in excellent condition.

Interior is extremely clean and 100% intact with all pieces/panels intact. The seats show the typical wear of any 30 year old and the stiching on the driver’s seat has come loose as the pics show. We could have EASILY reupholstered the seats for approximately $800, but strongly believe the charm and originality of this rare car should remain in this vintage shape. Should you want the seats done to perfection, our upholstery shop will do so for around $800. UPDATE: Since we got the car, the DRIVERS seat has been restitched on the left bolster.

Frozen cold ac and heat works too. Every single power options worked including the power seats, sunroof, lights, turning signals, radio, etc etc. We drove the car extensively up to 90 mph… on the highway, the drive was smooth, comfortable and quiet. STraight alignment and ABSOLUTELY no known issues. Our shop put the car on a lift and did an extensive inspections which passed easily. This car was much loved for and it shows. The stick shift shifts very smoothly, the brakes are strong, the engine sounds quiet and healthy, and the Michelin tires are near new.

The spare tire looks like its never been used, and all the tools are 100% intact. comes with 3 keys. Original car in original condition and mechanically LIKE NEW… dont miss out! Call or email w/ any questions. Thank you.

First off, even with “only” the 3.2 you get the great and iconic E24 shape. It’s just a lovely design that still captures my imagination today. Perhaps it’s because I grew up with two 6s in the household, but I’ll always have a soft spot for the 633CSi. My father bought a 1982 example when I was a young lad, and going for trips in that car always seemed like epic adventures. This 1984 model benefits from the updates of the E28 chassis but the 633 didn’t get the deep chin spoiler that the 635 did later, so the look is still classic and clean overall (excusing the U.S. dinner tables for a moment). The color is Polaris Silver Metallic and it’s matched by Pacific Blue inside. The seats show the most age in the package, but my guess is some time with a leather expert could have them looking smarter. Miles are in check and the car appears to be close to all original, plus it’s an all-important manual. That said, there are some issues; aside from age and sun cracking, the driver’s seat has a tear, and either the car had a budget respray or the clearcoat is quite tired, at least from what can be seen in the photos. It’s not a show car, but at $9,000 this looks like a quite respectable driver that could be improved upon. As long as the chassis is rust-free, it certainly looks like a pretty decent basis for a classic BMW.

-Carter

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